King's Quest. I played the original on a IBM PCjr back in the 80s. lol.....I thought I was king of the nerds with that system since all my friends had Commodore 64. That game was so awesome. Great memories.
I got into PC gaming around 2 years ago and haven't left since due to the fact that you can do everything that you can do on a console and even more. It's also a lot more customizable and you typically will get better graphics than a console.
My PC gaming journey started on my dad's 386 running Win 3.1. The earliest games I remember playing are the original Duke Nukem', Commander Keen, and Clyde's Adventure. My fondest memories, however, are from my dad and I trying to play through The Dark Heart of Uukrul. It is an old rpg with puzzles and permanent party member death (you can recruit low level replacements if they can't be resurrected). Basically everything in the game wanted to kill you, including the dungeon itself. We never figured out how to get past a certain part of the game, so we never did get that Uukrul guy. As my dad passed away, I've been planning on playing through with my wife. This time I'll use every tool at my disposal (game guides FTW!). We'll bag Uukrul for dad...or more likely fall into a pit full of rats and catch a plague...
I got hooked to PC gaming with Fable TLC, back in 2004. It was my first game ever, bought with my own money, since my parents wouldn't let me have a PS1 or 2 - or game at all with their money -, but I needed the PC for school... Been needing one for "school" since then lol
The lights, the Shiny parts but most of all........... THE POWER!!!! Games like GTA and RDR2 just astounded me as the realism and immersiveness blew me away from a young age, but to then know there was more capability from a pc took my brain and threw it into a whole other dimension. PC gaming still does that everyday due to its ever evolving technology. I bow down to the PC Gods.🙏🙏🙏