Of course being my age you've had lost of great moments playing video games. But from the most recent ones I must say the boss fight against The End in Metal Gear Solid 3. MGS is my favorite game series and I always thought the bosses in these games are really varied and epic, but the old geezer in the third installment was just an amazing experience. First time it took me 1,5 hours to beat the man. And not at one point did I get bored even the slightest. Time just flew. Tracking his footprints, trying to see the glare of his sniper rifle's scope, catching his parrot then letting it loose and following the noise with the microphone, taking your positions in a bush and just sitting still and listening, epic, epic stuff. And as the sugar on top, waiting for a few days for the guy to die of old age. These kind of things are the reasons why I love the MGS series. Back in 98 or 99 the first MGS game was a jaw-dropping experience and all games since have pretty much had the same impact on me. The only grind I have with MGS4 was that the boss battles weren't as varied and epic as in the previous games. They were very good, but not as huge as I would've wanted.
From the older gaming experiences isn't really about playing the game itself. But back in 1992 I remember playing Megaman on the Nes when my neighbor and then best friend called me and said his dad got us movie premiere tickets for WAYNE'S WORLD. So I paused the game, we went to see the movie and when I came back home, I unpaused the game and continued where I left off. I'm a highly nostalgic person and I always tell this stuff when I can.
Hello. My name is La-li-lu-le-lo. Nice to meet you!