Hidden Gems

Michael Johnson
Michael Johnson

Kickass games most people haven't played, or at the very least don't talk about very often.

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mythipedia.wikia.com/wiki/Installing/Updating_Myth_II
dropbox.com/s/575zlde6g56fi92/Myth2_Install.7z
tain.totalcodex.net/
sites.google.com/site/broguegame/
hg101.kontek.net/operationdarkness/operationdarkness.htm

Caleb Carter
Caleb Carter

Rainbow Islands. Best arcade platformer hands down, but overshadowed by the Bubble Bobble legacy. It had a modest following in the nineties but no one mentions it anymore.

Jaxon Richardson
Jaxon Richardson

My fucking nigger.

Josiah Mitchell
Josiah Mitchell

DID I JUST HEAR "HIDDEN GEMS"?

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Kevin Sanders
Kevin Sanders

Putting controllers/cables in sandwich bags is genius.

Joshua Bell
Joshua Bell

I had the PS2 version of that game, got it in a bundle with the console.
I remember being super impressed with the way the environment would change on certain dates, despite no one ever having reason to set the correct date on the system.
snow on Christmas day
bats on Halloween
fireworks on New Years Day

Evan Clark
Evan Clark

This is now a scalper thread.

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Caleb Green
Caleb Green

Metal Jesus Rocks is a fucking kike. He'll never be a tenth of the man Bithead1000 is.

Logan Reyes
Logan Reyes

welp I'm demoralized

Robert Thomas
Robert Thomas

I bought this really rare, old it's even older than me! game a couple of weeks ago. I had to brush off my dad's old PS1, but it was worth it! It was even better than Skyrim, but the graphics and audio work were hideous!

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Nathan Harris
Nathan Harris

I think I found a hidden gem, but I have yet to play it, but it looked cool.

Hudson Miller
Hudson Miller

There were also hearts on Valentines day iirc. That game had lots of cool secrets.
Good meme friend.
What color was it?

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Isaiah Jones
Isaiah Jones

Serious post coming through.

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Alexander Anderson
Alexander Anderson

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Evan Johnson
Evan Johnson

Damn right, the bow-swinging Kiwi was the best game (too bad that game always fucking crashed on my computer though).

Jordan Nguyen
Jordan Nguyen

Is he a fag? His mannerisms suggest that.

Nolan Roberts
Nolan Roberts

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David Thompson
David Thompson

Dee Snider hit the wall pretty hard.

Owen Collins
Owen Collins

I'm getting sick of all the same recommendations for hidden gems. Seriously, just give me some suggestions of games that is barely heard of but is worth your time anyway.

I can suggest The Bourne Chronicles for the PS3. It's a good third person shooter-game. Better than Uncharted and the fighting-mechanics were fun.

Jordan Clark
Jordan Clark

Myth 1 and 2:
Guide: mythipedia.wikia.com/wiki/Installing/Updating_Myth_II
Game Files: dropbox.com/s/575zlde6g56fi92/Myth2_Install.7z
Note you need to get the files for the campaign for Myth 1 from here: tain.totalcodex.net/

There's also a graphical overhaul mod that makes the game look a bit nicer that's worth getting. The game is essentially like those RTS levels where you have no unit production, you have a fixed pool of units in each level with which to beat the enemy. The game also has a physics system which can be pretty hilarious at times with projectiles and explosives.

I'll also mention Brogue, I never heard of it until a few months ago but I'd put it among my favorite games now, it's a roguelike but has a really good UI and is probably one of the best games to into Roguelikes with, but it's also a really good game: sites.google.com/site/broguegame/

Justin Roberts
Justin Roberts

Better than Uncharted
Not really a major achievement.

Nolan Murphy
Nolan Murphy

HEY GUYS,SCALPER MESSIAH HERE

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Grayson Campbell
Grayson Campbell

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Michael Brown
Michael Brown

DONT YOU JUST LOVE HOW THEIR VIDEOS DRIVE THE PRICES UP.

Nathan James
Nathan James

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David Bailey
David Bailey

Final Fantasy 15

Leo Hall
Leo Hall

make sure you don't play that shit PS1 version either

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Christopher Stewart
Christopher Stewart

BAR2 never ever

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Adam Gonzalez
Adam Gonzalez

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Levi Fisher
Levi Fisher

When it's called one of the best games on the system it is. It's a better adventure-game than Uncharted ever was.

Nice recommendation user.

Carter Robinson
Carter Robinson

Somewhat standard to enthusiasts, but I rarely see these games talked about otherwise, except for Breath of Fire 2, but in that case it's better to emulate it with the re-translation.

Also, how does one go about defining a hidden gem? Obviously, it's not games like Mario or Zelda. But other times games are famous for being obscure or odd like Plok! or Terranigma and they seem to receive a fair amount of attention. And if wasn't popular when it came out, but found to be a good game it's sometimes called a "cult classic" instead, while other games that don't receive the same attention are a "hidden gem."

El Shaddai
Top taste.

I'd argue that's not a hidden gem anymore at this point with how much attention it seems to get.

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Mason Cook
Mason Cook

Duck Dodgers
My nigger. Great shit.

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Nicholas Sanchez
Nicholas Sanchez

I'll raise you one faggot

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Daniel Collins
Daniel Collins

That game looks awesome. I'll have to play it. Thanks user!

Kayden Mitchell
Kayden Mitchell

A lot of the early Looney Tunes games were fucking fantastic, but apparently people forgot or guess otherwise due to "muh licensed" or "muh kiddie game."

That looks that one road carpet apparently every child grew up with.

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Jackson Rogers
Jackson Rogers

One would also have to define if they mean "obscure to the general public" or "obscure even to the medium of discussion" (in this case, an imageboard community). Because there's plenty of games that aren't all that well known in the broad spectrum, but that imageboards have long been aware of and enjoyed.

Volcanoes in those towns.
For some reason I'm imagining Lego Pompeii graffiti scenario, like that one user's post about some minifig bitch that turned him on as having "a mouth printed to take dick".

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Landon Gonzalez
Landon Gonzalez

That's the problem, a lot of the games I've played I assume are common knowledge to anyone with an interest in video games. Wizardry and Ultima, popular defining RPGs for their time. Adventure Island and Castlevania, staples of the NES. Seems like Earthbound is shit normalfags consider to be "obscure." They either forget too easily or purposely stick to the surface, clinging onto giants like Mario, Zelda, Halo, Final Fantasy, Call of Duty, etc. It's surprising to me how many people have played games like Skyrim or Fallout 3 while knowing next to nothing about the games that came before it or not even knowing it was a franchise at all. It's sad people don't understand why things happen to be the way they are or what used to be. But I guess that's "pop culture" for you.

And I know the Spongebob games are pretty popular here, but I felt the need to post them. There are fantastic licensed games out there.

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Luis Jones
Luis Jones

nerf arena blast
man it was just a glorified UT99 mod.

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Jaxson Ortiz
Jaxson Ortiz

2000
early Looney Tunes game

Jayden Davis
Jayden Davis

Compared to shit like this, yes. Early as in, before modern gaming like PS2, GameCube, Xbox, etc. I was going to say retro, but it doesn't feel that way to me.

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Jeremiah Barnes
Jeremiah Barnes

I liked Kingdom under Fire: Circle of Doom. No one talks about it.

I have both those games on the same disk for PS1. Bought it for Bubble Bobble, floored by how good Rainbow Islands was. These games are still better than nearly all indie games.

I still kick myself for not picking up Tsugunal when I had the chance.

Matthew Anderson
Matthew Anderson

He listens to metal, so of course he is. Metalfags are all gay, so gay, gay beyond belief.

Adrian James
Adrian James

Buck Rogers
user confirmed for excellent taste

Justin Lewis
Justin Lewis

This game is never mentioned. No idea why.
despite being amazing it sold less than 30k effectively killing volition. anything they made post-fs2 has only been worse
The mods are great too, like Diaspora, Derelict, Inferno, Dimensional Eclipse etc

Dominic Robinson
Dominic Robinson

I haven't thought of that duck dodgers game in years. Maybe I'll give that another play through

Angel Clark
Angel Clark

He listens to metal, so of course he is. Metalfags are all gay, so gay, gay beyond belief.
Go back to /mu/ you autistic faggot.

Nicholas Lewis
Nicholas Lewis

I had some big response to this, but decided it was getting too autistic and trimmed it. That said, there are some factors one needs to weigh, beyond just being accustomed to imageboard awareness/interests for years (if not over a decade in some cases):
Average age of the discussion community (youngfags being less likely to have played classics, though some may at least be aware of them from older siblings/friends/parents/shitty e-celebs).
Vectors for socialization (current releases and living series tend to have more in the way of discussion due to relevance, thus those might be of more interest to the eternal normalfag).
Games media shilling/shitting (without taking into account media “sensibilities” and politics, popular series from big name publishers tend to have more marketing dumped into them than smaller games that could benefit more, and journokike outlets not being especially smart, tend to overlook/shit on otherwise worthwhile games; even something like calling a series “filler” compared to bigger name, higher anticipated competing games can likely do a number to normalfag interest).
As for people not knowing a game, with a number in the title at that, is a sequel to other games, you’d think that in itself would be enough of a tell that it wasn’t a stand alone title. Still, I'd hope it would just be some people taking the piss with the idea, rather than some people actually being so stupid to think "Star Wars logic" should be applied on a broad scale. Admittedly there are at least a few intentional cases of a game being named in a way where there are actually no actual entries in the series prior (Breath of Death VII, for example), and I can at least somewhat excuse new fans of a series not being aware of earlier entries when the initial one to get a local release had the name changed or numeral dropped to avoid questions of what happened to the prior one(s), but that still shows a level of not bothering to even dig a few inches deeper into the background of a game/series one might be enjoying.

There are fantastic licensed games out there.
True, there are some good ones out there. But the overwhelming majority just seem to be shat out to make some quick extra cash on the side of the original work (and risk being rushed for relevance to the original work, poorly tested, low on content, not respecting the source material andor fans, etc), rather than being a quality game experience of their own (that just so happens to not have an original cast/setting). Similar issue I have towards anime adaptations of various manga/LN/.

Tsugunai's never been especially expensive when I've seen it (since I started noticing it, I mean). Having gotten middling reception in both Japan and NA (PAL didn't see it, of course) has likely kept it low profile. More a case of not showing up much compared to being expensive. Though, I suppose "expensive" is open to interpretation, whether you consider $20-25 too much of a risk to drop on a complete copy. Odd game, but one I enjoyed.

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Grayson Price
Grayson Price

Posting it until every user has played it.
Xbox Emulation can't come soon enough.

Xavier Smith
Xavier Smith

Mort the Chicken, a total acid trip of a game.

Hunter Gonzalez
Hunter Gonzalez

True, there are some good ones out there. But the overwhelming majority just seem to be shat out to make some quick extra cash on the side of the original work
That's exactly why a lot of hidden gems tend to be licensed games. No one expects them to be good.

I was going to post this, but I didn't consider it a hidden gem myself. I'd thought anyone who's read a bit about Xbox's history would've known about Microsoft's failed mascot attempt. But, that being said, I love this game and I wish Blinx would've picked up as a mascot for the Xbox. Video games seemed to lack the fun that older generations had as it started to shift into shooter/racing/dudebro territory and I'd argue they still do. I love mascots in general, it's a shame they've gone away. If I were to revive Blinx and I'd incorporate more green into his color palette and change the vacuum into a stopwatch. I hate that Master Chief has become the "go-to" mascot for Xbox. It just doesn't work for me.
How much of the original Xbox's library would be considered a hidden gem due to everyone else owning a PS2 or GameCube?

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Connor Ross
Connor Ross

Startropics is god tier but it's not even close to a hidden gem. Good Xbox choices though.

Jack King
Jack King

shit's RAD

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Parker Jones
Parker Jones

I remember some years back a friend that liked Oddworld angrily ranting to me that Abe and Munch, back when OWI had been picked up by Microsoft, were supposedly on track to be mascots for the Xbox via Munch's Oddysey, only for Microsoft to decide they wanted to aim for the "mature" crowd instead, devoting more resources to Halo and Master Chief as mascot. Not sure how accurate that is myself though.

Jack Bailey
Jack Bailey

I will be VERY surprised and delighted if anybody here has played this.

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David Stewart
David Stewart

Eh, a lot of people don't seem to know about it from my experience. It's on the same level as Marvelous for me, where it's a game that Nintendo made themselves but went unknown for the most part. Hell, I'd argue Voodoo Vince is less of a hidden gem/obscure than StarTropics considering it got a remaster.

I couldn't see them working as mascots, they're kind of ugly and because of that wouldn't have as broad of an appeal. But they do work as mascots for Oddworld in general, being that they're overall representative of how Oddworld is.

I've got a better one. See 5th image. I vaguely remember playing that/renting it. I might've been too spooked by it when I first played it.

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Ian Brooks
Ian Brooks

Grabbed by the ghoulies is fucking great,i wish it got a port.

Cooper Jenkins
Cooper Jenkins

Blinx wasn't meant to be a mascot, Artoon and Microsoft kept saying he wasn't but the gaming magazines kept saying he was, so they eventually stopped trying to correct them.

change the vacuum
Heresy.

Lucas Johnson
Lucas Johnson

I've never seen anyone mention this game. Was pretty good for the $3 I picked it up for back in the day.

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Kayden Moore
Kayden Moore

I enjoyed MS USA

Christian Rogers
Christian Rogers

Would anyone consider the Japan-only Goemon titles to be hidden gems or not so much because of somewhat popular localization via Mystical Ninja?

Eh, he would've made a fantastic mascot. I think every console could easily be improved by having a mascot/franchise that would guarantee a new release every generation.

Same, I kind of regret selling it and Yoshi's Story off to help buy a GameCube.

I wish it got a sequel

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Evan Diaz
Evan Diaz

not knowing 8/mu/ is full of metalfags
back to cuckchan faggot

Tyler Rivera
Tyler Rivera

I honestly don't know if one should count games that never even saw a western release, or even fan-translation, to count. Those are the sort of games that naturally much fewer people have played, and not because they weren't popular or didn't sell well, but because of the language, import, and/or region lock barrier. Meanwhile, I'd say a number of fan-translated games can count, given how long after the game was current those tend to come out, and how only a handful seem to have truly noticeable awareness amongst the average person into vidya, that isn't already digging deeper for more.

"Japan-only Goemon titles"
AG said a while back he was going to finally get around to posting progress updates on what's been in the works "tomorrow".
That was back on the 7th.
Tomorrow still hasn't come.
I bet they haven't made any progress on Ganbare Goemon in the multiple years since the last actual progress report on anything.

Aiden Sanchez
Aiden Sanchez

Homeworld was my jam back in '99. Perfect game.

Robert Perry
Robert Perry

I post from firsthand and first person experience. It's all gay dude.

Thomas Edwards
Thomas Edwards

Some of you might know this already, but for the longest time I never knew Secret of Mana had a sequel.

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Nathaniel Evans
Nathaniel Evans

Would anyone consider the Japan-only Goemon titles to be hidden gems or not so much because of somewhat popular localization via Mystical Ninja?
Guy who posed one of them earlier here, Goemon 2 is great. I've played every major Goemon game and I love the series to death, and Mystical Ninja Starrring Goemon is in my top 10.
I post from firsthand and first person experience. It's all gay dude.
Stop projecting.

Jonathan Gomez
Jonathan Gomez

Sokoban DS
Of course there isn't a thread for fucking Sokoban DS, it's literally just Sokoban! You Sokoban all those fucking boxes all day, until you push them into the predestined goal locations!
Play this game if you fucking love Sokoban! or at least have some time between where you're at and where you're going and want to play a puzzle game in short bursts.

Sideswiped DS
Nigga who doesn't like arcade racing games?! Especially this one, where most of the time your goal is to rack up points as high as you can by fucking ramming into pretty much everything except for faggy buses. Add in the comically bad way it does physics and you have a good game that you'll probably finish in a few days and drop it since you have no one else to play multiplayer with :(

Liam Sullivan
Liam Sullivan

THQ Nordic is going to remaster SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom

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Jason Kelly
Jason Kelly

try to emulate Battle for Bikini Bottom for a hit of nostalgia
visual fuckery i.e. red triangles on the ground and an outlined green box that distorts the image inside it
my fucking face

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Chase Cooper
Chase Cooper

The retards at Giant Bomb have recently been talking shit about this game. Don't believe their lies. I played it when it first came out, and it's a masterpiece.

Day of Reckoning is a masterpiece too.

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Colton Lopez
Colton Lopez

Hopefully they will port the console version to PC. The PC version was just a collection of shit minigames.

Nicholas Davis
Nicholas Davis

Who was regarded as one of, if not the best vocalists in heavy metal? I'll give you a hint: he sung about rainbows constantly.

John Cook
John Cook

Was he IN rainbow?

Zachary Gutierrez
Zachary Gutierrez

Redpill me on metal Jesus Rocks.

Owen James
Owen James

Ronnie James Dio.

Jayden Smith
Jayden Smith

He mostly does videos on retro gaming and collecting. His most popular videos are his "Hidden Gems" series where he showcases underrated video games from a certain console but most of these games are either shovelware or games that most people who are familiar with the console know about and the prices for those games skyrocket every time he makes a video about them. He also used to work for Sierra and owns a US N64DD prototype.

Mason Lopez
Mason Lopez

I don't think I've seen Ehrgeiz mentioned even once in Holla Forums. It's basically a fighting game from the PS1 era, but what made it stand out to me was the dungeon crawl mode. It was very comfy.

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Lincoln Taylor
Lincoln Taylor

Some gameplay screenshots.

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Gabriel Jackson
Gabriel Jackson

I play it still from time to time. It's alright.

Austin Brooks
Austin Brooks

Metal Storm for the NES was pretty cool.

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Colton Cruz
Colton Cruz

Emulate the Gamecube version.

Eli Gomez
Eli Gomez

Kiwame Mahjong Dx2, one of the best games to learn how to play mahjong. Pretty accessible too, despite being in japanese.

Gekitou Pro Yakyuu - Nice baseball game with physics similar to Pro Yakyuu Spirits, which is rare since bat positioning is rare in baseball simulators. Has english version called "Homerun King", just without anime characters and with MLB cast.

Family Stadium 2003 - another arcade baseball game, that is no worse than Konami's Power Pros series. Extremely fun to play.

Simple 2000 Series Vol. 115 - "The Roomshare to Iu Seikatsu" - small game about room sharing, kinda like simplistic clone of sims, you have to work, improve your relationship with your roommates, decorate room and most importantly pay rent in time.

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Juan Smith
Juan Smith

The dungeon mode was really the only reason to play. Speaking of PS1 hidden gems, pic related was a pretty good 3d platformer overall, though not as good as Crash, Spyro, or Croc, and the graphics have aged kinda badly.

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Camden Lopez
Camden Lopez

This fucking game
If you can wrangle the controls into doing what you want and like optimizing stealth game runs it has all the stuff you could want.
Getting past the controls though is one pretty fucking tall order, and occasionally there's a few LoS bugs but damn I haven't had that kind of fun with stealth games since the VR missions in MGS2 and mastering the way stealth works in 3 to fuck with guards.
The dub is absolutely atrocious in the best ways.

It's also buggy, better wait for the PC port.

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Justin Sanders
Justin Sanders

Another big titty ninja
When will I tire of these? Not anytime soon.

Carson Scott
Carson Scott

I want to fuck Velma

Caleb Campbell
Caleb Campbell

Me too user.

Aaron Butler
Aaron Butler

Bithead1000 is fucking great. I've been watching all of his videos in chronological order and it's been a really fun, but long ride. I'm at this part where he's doing a shitton of garage sale stuff and then a video like this comes up and it feels like he's parodying himself. It's great.

Landon Howard
Landon Howard

Ninjas are absolutely for sexual

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Xavier Ward
Xavier Ward

Find me a man who wouldn't.

Owen Adams
Owen Adams

Your choices of character are: roastie, Swede, and nigger.

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Andrew Rodriguez
Andrew Rodriguez

I think that may have been the last time a commercial sold me on a game.

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Hunter Sanchez
Hunter Sanchez

Old game commercials are the comfiest shit

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Easton Hernandez
Easton Hernandez

shame a good commercial doesn't make the game good.

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Chase Sanchez
Chase Sanchez

What kind of idiot would swim in that water?

Angel Morris
Angel Morris

You know it, I think it may be that they leaned a bit more toward toy commercials than they usually do now.

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Hudson Bell
Hudson Bell

FF7
Homeworld
Blood
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Do you not know what the word "hidden" means? These were all AAA releases… maybe I'm just getting grumpy in my age

Gabriel Allen
Gabriel Allen

brute force is god-tier

Jack Kelly
Jack Kelly

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Grayson Walker
Grayson Walker

the duck dodgers n64 game is actually pretty damn fun to play, if not frustrating all too often.

Isaac Gray
Isaac Gray

And Chex-quest was just a doom wad yet people love that. I'd love to see them do a new arena shooter with all their new guns. And have "Illegal mods" to use. Would be good fun

Voodoo Vince
Had a nice artstyle and the platforming was good enough with a nice challenge. Never beat it before hocking my xbox and it won't work on the 360. There's a PC version of it now though.

Get out of here with your Splinter Cell knock-off. The Mario Kart Knock-off is where it's at though.

Building meter for powerups instead of RNG is actually a good idea. And it plays well enough, with some fun tracks to race (not many but the ones they have are good, apart from the construction one.)

Also you can play as a burger.

Big Bumpin' is just confusing and doesn't play very well

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Aaron Rivera
Aaron Rivera

The Hamtaro games. They're cute and laid back with most of them being surprisingly good puzzle games. Eventually they even made some action games with the sports ones but I can't vouch for their quality.
Best I think would be Heartbreak because of how weird it gets.
Dude makes love to a trash robot
Literally a devil as a hamster
Bromance between a country hick and a nerd
Theres a fucking shapeshifter level
Unite wasn't as weird but it has more of a classic japanese game feel. The first level is a shrine, a frog teaches you how to predict rain, and you get to enjoy poking an early 2000's computer with a stick.

Levi Murphy
Levi Murphy

It's a shame, game is really unique gameplay wise, and it's interesting to see werewolves and vampires in a WW2 game. The devs also had a plan to make it a trilogy, one taking place during the cold war, the other during modern times, fighting terrorism. Shame it will never happen, because it was too difficult for the journo cunts(And the game really IS difficult, if you don't look up how the game really works, you will be fucked in the later stages: Best example is if you decide to take as much gear as possible with you, as you would think you should, or even use guns at all, enemies will move 3 or 4 times before you do, you have no choice but to run mages in the last few levels)

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Owen Anderson
Owen Anderson

Then again, it's one of those games that censors swastiks and replaces them with iron crosses, for (((Some))) reason, and one of the interviews talks about one of the US studio heads talking about how he censored all instances of mentioning concentration camps because his (((Girlfriend))) found it uncomfortable

One of the characters is a medic, they even removed his red cross from his armband ffs, so maybe it's best we only get one game

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Caleb Roberts
Caleb Roberts

he censored all instances of mentioning concentration camps
based

Ryan Baker
Ryan Baker

Metal is mostly gay but sometimes it's the cool kind of gay like the JoJo kind of gay.

Jordan Ortiz
Jordan Ortiz

Skyrim

Juan Bailey
Juan Bailey

they even removed his red cross from his armband ffs
Yeah, that shit has to do with copyrights. Not censorship.

Joseph Moore
Joseph Moore

kart
You get the fuck out Sneak King is an absolute gem, and by far the best of the BK series, pleb.

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Michael Sanders
Michael Sanders

You can't put a red fucking cross on a character's armband without being sued

Logan Martinez
Logan Martinez

Yeah, that shit has to do with copyrights.
Is that way every single FPS game that uses health "boxes" since Doom has used the red cross? If Red Cross had a copyright on the phrase "red cross" it expired in as early as ~1951. Somehow I doubt they had a copyright as the red cross dates back to pre-Enlightenment Europe.

John Roberts
John Roberts

Herbert West

This creepy fellow is based on the HP Lovecraft character of the same, who succeeded in raising the dead - Gallant describes him as the team's "reanimator". Acting as medic, his MS attacks are all defensive, healing allies, curing status elements and reviving the fallen. This makes him both the most important and worst character. Limited only to weapon attacks, he can't wield a sniper rifle, meaning you're stuck either with light short-range rifles (like the M1 Garand), or heavier weapons which slow him down. At every feasible opportunity try to get him to attack to keep his EXP up. Known as Herbert East in Atlus' English localisation, the little red cross on his white armband was digitally removed (presumably because the Red Cross organisation bitches incessantly about its use), though can still be seen in the manual.

Source
hg101.kontek.net/operationdarkness/operationdarkness.htm
Also, I agree, this swastika shit is ridiculous. Don't tell me this looks natural

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Eli Rivera
Eli Rivera

I liked it. I also kinda liked Bikertaker in this era.

Chase Wood
Chase Wood

Is that way every single FPS game that uses health "boxes" since Doom has used the red cross?
Yes they can't sue an game as old as Doom. The red cross, that logo got copyrighted recently.

Jayden Watson
Jayden Watson

Bithead1000, that's who

Jose Robinson
Jose Robinson

So long as the game is fun I don't really think the swastika censorship matters much. Haven't played it before but it sounds like it could be cool.

Ryan Garcia
Ryan Garcia

Wouldn't Herbert West be public domain, since the story about him was released prior to copyright becoming a thing, and thus the name usable out here?

hg101
Always use archive for their shit.

Lincoln Nguyen
Lincoln Nguyen

Not ready for this thread to die yet. Have a bump