I know i wasnt the only one.
I still have my Dreamcast with the memory card 2 controllers and a keyboard for internet, and once in a while I throw in NBA 2K
nice i was looking into buyng another one since i lost the chords and controllers to mine
didnt own one, but played nba 2k endlessly at my friends house. i remember playing with allen iverson, matt geiger and todd mccullough with the sixers, mighty mouse with portland(damon stoudemire) and jeff hornacek with the jazz(my friend called him horny sex, we were like 12). great times on that machine.
I had one it actually had some good games especially thte football games 2k was killing madden in football when it came out for dreamcast and 2k basketball was also good.
I played the Shenmue series endlessly. I was the only one of my friends that liked the game. One night, I stayed up until 6:00 A.M. earning money through the forklift job. I could never beat Chai, the old, spotty Muay Thai fighter in the purple robe. Here's a parody of it:
I spent a whole 3 months on that game...sometimes the realisticness pissed me off, especially the walking everywhere, i think i made it to the end of the last disk where you had to ride a motorcycle somewhere but i couldnt get past it and gave up
Wow. The infamous motorcycle scene. That brings back so many scenes. Snot bubbles, tears, and being grounded for dropping the F-bomb with every odd-numbered word over the span of a minute at the top of my lungs. I also called Nozomi an "AIDS-infested whore" out of pure anger. It took me at least a dozen tries before I could get past that scene. I must have played the 70-man battle 15 times just to release my anger.
I had that shenmue game for the dreamcast I really liked I thought that it was a well put together game for that time period.
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