@spearv - for me, Civilization II is a great game to revisit. It's got the units/tech, movies, strategy and graphics are still fairly good.
I've always been a fan of minesweeper too. I had an amazing record for Expert once, but have avoided playing it for a while now.
I'm not sure what you were talking about with the Diablo Immortal and DSF reference. But I picked up D1 again recently, and made finished it. I found a 'transfer item' mod, and played a Level 1 Barbarian through Hell only (no N/NM) (named Bul-Kathos // Hellfire expo with command.txt) with twinked Obsideon Rings of the Zodiac and a few other items. Made it too easy, and I've now finished with it for the time being.
@pharphis - Future Cop: LAPD looks pretty entertaining. Some funny lines in it too ("If you're wondering about the white triange, you're not as bright as I thought. It's you, baby.")
I don't use Steam, and didn't realise TBoI was there. :(
@Pyro - Liero: Wow! We played that back at school (tried to during IT class occasionally.) Forgot all about that, but was great fun.
@skiffcz - I didn't play Dungeon Keeper or Incubation when they came out, although I did know about them. I gave DK1 a go half a year ago or something (took forever to get it work on modern laptop!) and played through it. Was very fun.
Incubation was pretty cool when I tried it too. I might give that another go.
Don't worry, many of us here will remember those old games. I'm feeling like I've been around for a while too now. XD I never really got into Quake though - only an MP game once or twice.
Full Throttle looks like it could be an anime or something. Graphics don't look bad!
There is a game I've been reminded of by Future Cop. I only knew of the demo, but you were a small mech roaming around a city... Graphically, there were vehicles on roads, which swerved around you or crashed if you jumped onto the road. Any ideas?