like i said on last post, a true ROLE playing game
dont make them like this anymore
Get a new insult you puss guzzling rectum
k i posted this in the other thread and not a single person played it, let's try again
the title was in the image on the last thread too so don't be a faggot
I don't think I've ever heard anyone else say they've played this
look at this here hilarious anon
lets all laugh together
meh i'm just gonna duck out nobody will ever say they've played AR
later fags enjoy your predictable threads. hats off to the handful of you who provided legit games. you know who you are
No one said they had to be good games....
Grandparents got this for me and my brother for christmas like late 90s early 00s I think? Camera angles were totally fucked, ruined what could have been a great game. To be honest, that was kinda the bane of that era: camera angles.
The voice acting is pretty sub-par if I remember remember correctly. And sadly I didn't get to play much because the copy I had got scratched up. But the gameplay is actually fairly fun.
This one gave me spooks
ok before i leave since i invested so much time.
dare you to watch this and not agree that it's the greatest intro to a game ever. also the game is fantastic in addition to being one of the first PS1 games released. so good. so good.
Your fags remember this ?
I don't know any one else that played it!
Veruna all the way.
One of the best games for N64. Incredible story. Amazing gameplay. The jetpack level was so satisfying. Speederbike level was fun too.
I picked out this game for my cousin when when I was a kid. It was dumb.
Best game I played for PS.
Here's mine. A jewell of the early 90's.
Ok let's try something more recent. All you guys are trying old games, but there are much more recent games that no one else has played too:
I give you Mercury Meltdown for the Wii
My brother and I had a notebook where we recorded all of the codes to unlock every car. This game was so much fun
If any of yall niggas know this game, we can be friends irl
I'd be willing to bet almost no one ever played this.
Wow, so in looking up an image for this game I suddenly realized how blockly shit used to look. But damn did kid me love the graphics back then.
This was a decent racer for the era. Revolt
I played this a lot during the year I lived in Japan. Never heard of it again once I came back to the US.
Loved the shit out of TS2. Multiplayer and building maps with my bros was the shit. too bad it took up so much space on memory cards.
Very jealous right now. Collecting all of the bonus tokens on the train level was really hard. Also, towards the end of the jetpack level... where you have to activate like 6 switches really fast in a row, fuck was that hard for kid me.
ok so i came back
this game is amazing, i won a few tournies back in the day. softnyx also had a game called Rakion that would've been awesome if they actually kept caring about it.
also reminds me of Hoverboard ASDF, one of the best online games ever.
fwiw: gunbound classic (thor's hammer) has a private server, but it's not very populated. unfortunate that the game died to the early pay to win micro transaction thing, one of hte first/worst games to have that shit.
also made me think of mu online lol.
ok bye for real the rest of this thread sucks. man gunbound was way better than worms though. might download classic again
i cant be the only one to have played this classic gem
Never liked that one, but oh god, did it lead to some good shit.
I had a Russian version of this game. After a few months I had memorised what the buttons mean. Fuck, I might just download it right now
I feel like I'm the only dude who ever played this, fucking incredible.
100% sure I'm the only person to have played this
Yep, fantastic game
Got asked a question before the thread 404'd , typed this all out and Im not gana let it go to waste
Well since you play as a narc you get called on to investigate this new drug thats getting popular.(this like almost towards the middle of the game) You start investigating and it leads you to a new town. You track down this factory were your trying to get info by taking pictures and you just see a bunch of kids. Then you put the pieces together and find out their using kids as an ingridient. (really shocked me and kinda made me sick lol) Im not sure if their orphans or homeless kids they used. I think the drug was a brown bottle looking thing. Never used it again after I found out.
>The MVP runs
>The EMP battles
>The endless grinding
>The cardless kills
>The long nights
>The shameless KS'ers
>The eventual bot take over
>The wasted hours
I fucking loved this game when I was a kid.
Played this constantly as well. Was thoroughly obsessed.
These were all my shit too. God, this thread is bringing back some good memories. Life was simpler then, didn't have to worry about getting a job and all that shit. Literally just went to school during the week, then played vidya in the evenings and all weekend.
Bet you shit niggers never played this piece of fuck.
Im pretty sure nobody know that.
Anyone else play Space Nightmare? Really good scroller/dodging game
I've only met one other person who's actually played this game....
I had to sit and help my six-year-old sisters play all of these less than a week ago. And by help, I mean that I pointed to every single interactable element on the screen and asked, "What's that do?" I heard the music of the Go Fish pig in Spy Fox and I melted into a puddle of nostalgia.
YOOOOOOOOOO this game was so fucking good. Literally Hundreds of hours well spent
Universe at war was and still is the shit. Shame online is dead and next to nobody playes it now.
Fucking YES. If any game needed to be remastered and released again it is this one.
I remember there was a java online 3d racing game similar to Wipeout called Space Cowboy back in the early 2000's. It was a very high quality production for the time and was available to play for free. There were always players online. I have no idea who made it or what happened to it as the website I found it with (gamegateway.net?) went down long ago, and a quick google search suggests it was designed by a team called Eye One but their website is not accessible. Anyone know what I'm talking about?