Who had to upgrade?

#1 Posted by super_machine (1930 posts) -

I remember when this game came out my brother had to buy a 2x CD-rom drive. cost him about $500. I was worth it because almost every game after came on CD.

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#2 Posted by Joshua (26 posts) -

I was actually lucky enough to have a father who worked with computers quite a bit... mostly light graphical design and presentations for his company... because of that, we got all sorts of expensive computer junk as a "work expense."

I was one of the lucky ones lol

#3 Posted by super_machine (1930 posts) -
Joshua said:
"I was actually lucky enough to have a father who worked with computers quite a bit... mostly light graphical design and presentations for his company... because of that, we got all sorts of expensive computer junk as a "work expense."

I was one of the lucky ones lol
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Lucky you. I still dont know how my brother got the cash to buy that CDrom drive. My dad was into computers too. Thanks to him I got to enjoy the golden era of PC gaming.
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#4 Posted by Ravenhoe (111 posts) -

I remember I bought this game because updated my system and not the other way around. I was looking for games to make use of my new rig so I bought the 7th Guest.

#5 Posted by johnrogan (18 posts) -

Not I.  I had a Packard Bell Navigator 486/25, 4 mb ram, 512k video ram, and a 2x cd drive.  T7G ran great.  11th hour on the other hand....

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