I've been playing video games for many, many years, starting at the innocent age of 4 (back in 1981). I have no affiliation to any one system; if a console has good games, I'm there. Currently own an NES (yes, it works), Genesis, DS Lite, Gamecube, PS2, Wii, and 360...oh, and a PC, but I rarely play games on it. With well over 300 games for all systems in my collection...pretty sure it's approaching 400 now.
As of late, my 360 has been getting as much play-time as my PS2 had. My poor Wii hasn't been touched in a long time...heh heh. He said "wii".
For my win on Chad's "The Great Retro Quiz! .23: Zelda II: The Adventure of Link":
'Bout time my knowledge of the red-headed step-child of the Zelda universe came in handy. Not counting the CD-i games...they are like the bald, albino street urchins that somehow made it into your house and refuse to leave even after you feed them rat poison.
[zombiekill13 talks about how Fallout 3 really sucked him into the experience. -- CTZ] Before I begin, there are going to be spoilers. If you haven't finished the game, or haven't completed a full good/neutral/evil run, be fo...