This was one of the last videogame I got stolen. It's a visual novel with erotic content I enjoyed when I was a teenager. I lent it to a friend of mine who, I guess, enjoyed the game A LOT. So now he has it.
This visual novel is hard to find by now.
I have no real interest in having it again, because I have many other VNs (and I have a girlfriend ).
Still, it had some memories linked to it (including the shame/excitement when I bought it).
I LOVED this game and I was so proud to own an original copy. I played it a lot and I was telling everybody how much I was enjoying it. So a kid asked me to borrow it. I said: "you can have it for a week".
MONKEY ISLAND. One of the best game ever. I played this masterpiece back in the 90's with my family. It's a very good memory of mine. After some year they made a cd version and I asked it as birthday gift because I really loved the idea of owning the game. I played it again and it was great again.
Then I made the mistake to lent it to a friend. (Yes I know his name!) I moved out of the city I was living before he gave me the game back. I'm very disappointed and kinda sad because I'd like to have a physical copy of this game. A couple year ago they made a remake on steam, wich I bought and played. There is the option to set the graphic as it was in original, for the pure nostalgic experience.
I would still gladly own the game if possible, but at least I have it in my steam collection
Another Lucas Art title, yes! I had the cd version, same as Monkey Island and Day of the tentacle. I am not sure if I lent this to the same kid who had monkey island and day of the tentacle or someone else. Anyway it never came back.
The game is now avaible on gog.com
I have no deep interest in play this game again, or own the digital copy, I'd like to have my cd back...
This one is a game I loved SO MUCH. I played it a lot, I had tons of fun, so... why separate myself from it? Well I lent it to a friend of mine, who lent it to his cousin, who is a douchebag and lost it forever (or kept for himself).
I borrowed from this friend diablo2 and then I told him if he wants it back he has to give me diablo 1. That's not the most mature decision but I was just 18 when this happened. (Today, to be honest, I wouldn't even lend the game...)
Blizzard doesn't sell this game anymore, but I guess it wouldn't be hard to find it somewhere else (ebay?).
I would not play diablo again (I played it enough, and I also played hundreds/thousand of hours Diablo2 and 3) so I'm just sad I can't have my own physical copy of one of my favourite games.