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AuthorTopic: Is it me, or do you find booting a game from disk much more 'romantic' than WHDload  (Read 4077 times)

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Offline _ThEcRoW

Floppies rocks!!!. I still like to load my a500 games via floppies, as i like the sound of the drive clocking as i also like to load tapes into my sony hb75p msx computer, after all it's a hobby and it's what you enjoy of it.*If i want to load a game from hd, i fire up steam and do a good play of tf2.
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Offline SkidMajor

Interesting replies on here, thanks for all of them. Also, I loved the art work that went in to trainer menu's along with the music. :)
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Offline desiv

Quote from: minator;656393
Same reason I prefer to buy CDs instead of downloads.

CDs??
You people who only like MODERN things!!!

Records!!  LPs!!  ANALOG BABY!!!!

:lol:

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Offline Mrs Beanbag

The sound of it!

aaaaa-a.  a.  a.  a.  a.  a.  a.  a.  a.  a.  eeeeeee urrrrrrrr.

Sometimes it took far too long though, I'm sure some games took three or four times as long to load as it does to copy an entire disk.
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