Lords Of The Rising Sun and Battletech The Crescent Hawk's Inception both for the Commodore Amiga 500 around 1989 or 1990 at Amiganation in New York City. For the pc it was Ravenloft Strahd's Possession and The Elder Scrolls Arena in the spring of 1994 at J&R Computer World also in New York City. Good times good times :D
Sadly both those stores are no longer around except for J&R which is just a shadow of itself at another nearby location.
This is a good day. Thank you STEAM for helping to make it possible. Cant wait to play HATRED with its much more serious tone just like the first POSTAL was before they got carried away with the humor in the sequels that followed..
@cilvar@dadlm: Indeed and i'll be waiting with Steam wallet in hand to say thank you financially to all the fantastic Modders who have enhanced my Elder Scrolls and Fallout gaming to new zenith planes of euphoria since 2002. Too bad some of the old time Modders have retired. Would have been cool to see them partake of some of the riches to come which them being Modders will as always be working mighty hard to earn the coins cause their proud like that.
A most unexpected welcomed patch full of FRESH RAW SWEETNESS. Truly TECHLAND knows how to do open world sandbox games with zombies! zombies! ZOMBIES. Just imagine if they were to do one with Terminators or H.R. Giger's Alien.