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Games with multiple generations of fans.

#11NightSadPosted 5/12/2014 10:52:11 AM
zelda
final fantasy
chrono trigger
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#12Kurgan777Posted 5/12/2014 10:57:05 AM
pothocket posted...
Kurgan777 posted...
pothocket posted...
Resident Evil definitely has two generations of fans. The horror game generation vs the action game generation.


Those aren't "generations".
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Yes it is, shut up. The game has evolved from one play style to another. There's two very distinct generations (no quotes) of Resident Evil games. Go find some other non-argument to get stupid about.


Those are different game GENRES, not generations.

Pick up a dictionary for once in your life.

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/genre?s=t

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/generation?s=t
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#13pothocketPosted 5/12/2014 10:59:38 AM
Just admit that you're full of crap. Once in your life, just admit you opened your mouth when you shouldn't have.
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#14Kurgan777Posted 5/12/2014 11:07:40 AM
pothocket posted...
Just admit that you're full of crap. Once in your life, just admit you opened your mouth when you shouldn't have.


You're the one that f***ed up, not me, read the links and go back to school.
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#15pothocketPosted 5/12/2014 11:13:42 AM(edited)
LOL, read the original post and then maybe you'll realize my reply is exactly what TC was looking for.

I'm not talking about the different console generations a series may appear in, but the actual fan bases themselves.

You owe TC an apology for derailing his topic as much as you did. Try not to make it worse (I already know stig can't help but make it worse)
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#16infinitexxPosted 5/12/2014 11:14:48 AM
A great many. Too many to run through all of them, but all four that you mention (GTA, Fallout, FF, TES) I've played since either their first or second incarnation, and if it was the second, I've gone back and played the first.
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#17darren19822000Posted 5/12/2014 11:18:28 AM
growing up on atari and nes it amazes me how much the younger gen cries about graphics. im making my kids start from the nes and work their way up. dont get me started on how easy games are today. i remember spending months and months playing battletoads.
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#18Tyronelio1Posted 5/12/2014 11:20:47 AM
darren19822000 posted...
growing up on atari and nes it amazes me how much the younger gen cries about graphics. im making my kids start from the nes and work their way up. dont get me started on how easy games are today. i remember spending months and months playing battletoads.


So you'd rather your kids play old outdated games with primitive game mechanics than the latest games their friends are playing and that they see on the Internet/tv?

Wouldn't you just let them play whatever they wanted? And teach them the difference between right and wrong?
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#19Kurgan777Posted 5/12/2014 11:21:43 AM
pothocket posted...
LOL, read the original post and then maybe you'll realize my reply is exactly what TC was looking for.

I'm not talking about the different console generations a series may appear in, but the actual fan bases themselves.

You owe TC an apology for derailing his topic as much as you did. Try not to make it worse


The word generations, when referring to people, means grandfathers, fathers, sons, and so on down the line, different GENERATIONS of people, different generations of gamers throughout the years liking the same games.

Your reference was to fans of different GENRES of a certain game series, that's not generations, that's still just genres and factions.

You fail miserably at English.
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#20Gunvalkyrie2Posted 5/12/2014 11:29:30 AM(edited)
OKRecords1138 posted...
I've been gaming since Magnavox's Odyssey, so as far as generational games, I've pretty much seen them all come to be from the dawn of gaming existence, and even ones that have evolved over time such as Donkey Kong to Donkey Kong Country. As such, it really makes me laugh when I hear kids talking about how much harder the first Ninja Gaiden was as compared to the third, and they're talking about the Xbox/Xbox 360 versions. Sorry, Jr. but they go back much farther then that, and you don't even know the meaning of the word difficult if you haven't played the NES versions.


It's sort of doesn't really matter how long you've been around.. That doesn't mean you been a fan of particular series.. A series like shinobi has been around for years and years as have I but I only got interested on the PS2
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