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I hate that Quantum Leap is so overused, like Extreme.

Their quantum leap is my 'dramatic improvement'. Quantum leap to me is going from oil based energy to fusion, or from current smartphone OS's to something that is 3x faster IRL, not just on some arbitrary point system from a benchmark.
    
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haha, a quantum leap. Literally that means maybe a leap of a distance of maybe an atom or two at most .
    
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Yes. Dark Forces, AFAIK, featured the first look up and down which was pretty advanced at the time. Except you had to use page up and down which was really hard. Man. Memories. Windows 95. I had to use cheats to beat the game though. Really hard.
lol cheats? It was hard... back when games were designed to be somewhat challenging. Games are so... mainstream now.
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lol cheats? It was hard... back when games were designed to be somewhat challenging. Games are so... mainstream now.
You remember times when you had to spend hours to figure out how to get to the next level.

Nowadays, you only need to get the most points, so anyone can play.
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You remember times when you had to spend hours to figure out how to get to the next level.

Nowadays, you only need to get the most points, so anyone can play.
Or google the portion of the game and get the tips to complete or the hacks to win...
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You remember times when you had to spend hours to figure out how to get to the next level.

Nowadays, you only need to get the most points, so anyone can play.
I remember times when you had to spend hours just to get to the next room.
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I remember times when you had to spend hours just to get to the next room.
We're talking here about Doom and Wolfenstein 2D
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A Quantum Leap...surprised no one has said it yet...

Wait for it....

..."Oh Boy"

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If I remember well, it was auto-aim for up and down.
I don't think so. But I can't be to sure. I lost the cd-rom years ago although I still have the box somewhere. I have it on Steam and it's manual look up and down. It does have auto aim but it doesn't look and up and down for you. You have to get somewhat close.


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lol cheats? It was hard... back when games were designed to be somewhat challenging. Games are so... mainstream now.
Yea I used cheats sadly. I was only 9 or 10 at the time and we just got our new computer. I still thought there was going to be a light saber at the final fight so I used cheats to get there. Sadly there was no light saber.
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ugh... do people realize that honeycomb has been out since the nexus s launched?
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