Posted: Sun Jul 17, 2011 4:17 pm
D really does rock! Welcome!
The Only R.E.A.L. 3DO Experience.
Allright then, let's have some lines about myself - I guess after being a member for almost a year now, one could call it overdue regarding the forum rules.3DO Kid wrote: 3. New Users are encourage to properly introduce themselves.
Your English is fine ... better than many actually.Jones wrote: And apologies for a poor German's crude English!
Yes, I guess Germany was the country where the Amiga computers3DOKid wrote:I remember reading about the Amiga's popularity in Germany, it was always an intriguing and I suppose exotic thing to us Brits.
We had some quite skilled groups - but the best people have been3DOKid wrote: Especially the demo crews you chaps had over there. I spent hours downloading demo's via FTP and taking them home to my A1200
I think the problem was just the advertising - because there was almost3DOKid wrote: Interesting you mention the 3DO-to-Amiga link. I think some parts of the 3DO community back in the day felt a lot more Amigaphiles would make the jump to Needle's next venture -- but it wasn't to be I suppose.
Thanks!3DOKid wrote: Anyway, thanks for the proper introduction, it is greatly appreciated. And please, don't worry at all about the English. I just banned a native speaker who appeared to have a far less command of the language.
Indeed, thank you. I'm buying you a virtual pint!3DOKid wrote:All the best people were birthed in 1973
welcome aboard, the boardVertigoProcess wrote:Hey, i'm vertigoprocess or vp for short... I'm a over all collector of systems and the 3do has always caught my eye for some reason i don't really know why... but i finally found the right deal on a Panasonic fz 1 that although needs some work i love it (my be asking for some help fixing it sometime soon since i am not yet familiar with the hardware). I actually also have a fz-10 on the way, I spotted it and the price was to good to let it go. I am a retro game refurber that collects and works on all systems I can get my hands on.
Look foward to talking to all of you!
boabject78 wrote:Evening all. First of all i have to congratulate everyone involved in the creation and continuing greatness of this forum as its nice to know there are still plenty of like minded 3DO owners out there. I'm another 70's child who was brought up owning or playing just about every computer/console/handheld that was released my favs being the Atari Lynx, Amiga, Neo Geo and of course the mighty 3DO.
I've always gravitated towards systems that have killer hardware but poor support, probably the reason I've never owned anything with SONY printed on it.
I've just finished Lucienne's Quest for the first time, 50+ hours, and I'm still impressed with the 3DO after all these years.
Looking forward to talking with all the forum members as I have a few questions that I hope you can all shed some light on.
Big respects again to everyone involved in keeping the 3DO and this forum alive and kicking.