I think it may have f1 grand prix on a i386 cpu with ms dos. still one of the best racing games ever made. lots o fun.
pc's and gaming have come along way since then
First PC game i played was in 1992 was Ultima 7 on my 386sx 25mhz PC. And it still stands as one of the best games i've played despite its game breaking bugs. The game was a bit choppy, it ran super smooth later on when i ran it on a newer 486 pc with a faster hard drive.
I had played games on Atari several years before that, but the term PC didn't apply to that until IBM made computers mainstream in the late 80s.
Technically the first PC game I have ever played was Megaman X3 back in 1996. But the first game I played with my own first build PC was Sonic Generations in 2012, playing that game on an HD7870 at 1080p 60fps in comparison to the PS3 version which was 720p and barely 30fps (with extreme long loading times, motion blur as far as the eyes can see and overall not great quality) I was blown away by the difference, and then I tried Batman Arkham City which looked beautiful at 60fps and then Assassins' Creed II which was a full 60fps (compared to the PS3's 20fps) which way actually playable. There was no way I can possibly go back to consoles and this gen didn't improve things at all.
I remember some arcade style racing game called MegaRace, I'm pretty sure, that I played when I was a really little. First one I remember really getting into, at an age where I could really understand and get into a game, was definitely Warcraft. OG. Orcs and Humans. Followed by all of Blizzard's other games, as they came. Good times.
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