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Alex IDV

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  1. EDIT: Welp. "Discuss only activities that are legal. If you talk about illegal drugs, how to pirate software, or anything else that violates the laws of cows or man, you will be instantly BANNED across all space, time, and dimension. Nobody will like you, and you will probably die alone. And high."
  2. The extra content isn't that interesting to be honest. And there's only commentary for MI2, if I recall correctly.
  3. My current rotation: -Kid Icarus: Uprising -Psychonauts -Professor Layton and the Spectre's Call -Team Fortress 2 -Metroid Fusion -Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse
  4. I was under the impression that this game wouldn't just be a nostalgia fest. Also, I'm 18, and from Europe. EDIT: Oh, and in case it wasn't obvious from my username (or is Alex a unisex name?), I'm male.
  5. I remember playing that with my dad. I didn't speak English at the time, so he translated everything for me. It was fun, but we didn't get very far. And I have to revise my earlier answer. My very first point and click adventure game was one of the Putt-Putt games. I have no idea which one it was.
  6. Probably Freddi Fish 1 or something.
  7. Had my post and account lost in the server move... Oh, well. I consider DS “point and touch” games the same as “point and click”. The Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney trilogy (The first game was released in 2001 in Japan, and in 2005 internationally) Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth (2009) - closer to a classic point and click adventure than the Phoenix Wright trilogy. Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective (2010) 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors (2009) Machinarium (2009) Tales of Monkey Island (2009) Telltale's Sam & Max seasons (2006, 2007, 2010) The demo for The Journey Down
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