RPG Gamer Man Jul 9, 2014 @ 6:27pm
Did anyone else get teh free trilogy set back in the 90's?
If you beat one of the games in the arcade, it gave you a web site address where you could leave a comment and the designer of the game mailed you a physical copy of the triliogy game..i beat all 3 and got the triligy pac, don't own this version, but im sure all copies are about the same..the copy i had was on cd rom, not dvd...it was before DVD roms existed..

Also he (the designer on the website) hinted back in the day he was making more DL game..(which apparently he did on the gameboy systems..and i believe that is what he was referring to continuing the DL saga)..

Oh and this idea about going to a website for beating a game? They did the same trick on a ps2 game called "HAVEN: CALL OF THE KING"..too bad they never made a 2nd game in that series..
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Kyle07 Sep 12, 2014 @ 11:35am 
Sounds very interesting :)
Never played the original arcade.
I was born in 1993 and I live also in Germany, were Arcades were in Casinos and so on, so I had to be 18 years old or older.
RPG Gamer Man Sep 13, 2014 @ 8:46pm 
Arcades only in casinos? That is bad. I played my first arcade games in a mall near my house when i was like 6 yrs old..
Kyle07 Sep 14, 2014 @ 3:21am 
Originally posted by RPG Gamer Man:
Arcades only in casinos? That is bad. I played my first arcade games in a mall near my house when i was like 6 yrs old..
No, I never saw Arcades in Shopping Malls.

But what I saw in Malls were consoles like playstation 1 or nintendo 64 :D
I was around 5 years old and I played Grand Theft Auto 2 on PS1, which is in germany for people above 18 years if I'm not wrong now :D

Rating system was always ♥♥♥♥ed up in germany. For me GTA 2 is a game that can be easily played by children with 12 years.
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