I love playing the Dynasty Warriors games but this one was the only game I remember playing with my dad and brother constantly.
I wasted an embarrassing amount of hours on this game when I was a kid.
Shat all over pokemon and digimon back in the day.
I wasted embarrasing hours on this as a child
I never figured out how to beat this fucking game
Probably the newest game in this thread but fuck if it isn't underrated
Inindo: Way of the Ninja
Way ahead of its time...prime for a remake.
If only you fucking mainstream faggots had fucking heard of it
Im just posting nostalgia games, If I am being serious
I think no one will know this...
This changed my perception of music forever
I never did beat this game... have to dig up an emulator for it now.
Dude, This game was supposed to come out on my birthday... I remember going to all the shops in town, but no one had it.
I didn't see that game for 4 fucking years anon. This is still one of my favorite games, even today.
OK so does anyone remember a game where you were a dude witha sword and you could summon demons, like turtler dudes that protected you or shooty guys, and they helped you to kill shit? I have no idea what its called and am trying so hartd to remember. It was super japanese and everything wason like floating islands i think?
I remember getting every fucking CD I owned just to find out what I had.
Remember quitting, and reloading when a monster died of old age, and I'd freeze them for battles later...
I know this game actually has a very small and very vocal fanbase. But a lot of people have never heard of it
im like 35 so i doubt any of you guys have ever played this game but yeah its awesome
this was supergay but entertaining anyway
This fucking shit. The first one two. Probably the only game I was ever good at.
>Games you think you only know of
>Posts an EA Game
>Posts an EA Sports Game
27 here, I remember that one summer dreamcast was still relevant. Played the fuck out of this game, but....
Anyone remember this one on DC?
fucking NOX, better than diablo 2 imo
i already know nobody has played pic related but i highly recommend it
Omg dude that's the first game I ever played and this shit was fucking awesome and terrifying at the same time and it gave me a couple of nightmares and when I had hige fever I would had illusions of seeing myself in an old TV dying in the same ways as the kid in the game did
Me too, I dont even know why I liked it so much
I remember it being a lot creepier than expected
I used to rent this motherfucker every weekend
Yeah, too bad my PS2 isn't with me and my laptop can't handle a PS2 emulator, otherwise I'd probably go another round. I had borrowed it from a friend of mine, fucking.. oh damn, nearly nine years ago.
only people from my generation know this so ill post it, you guys are too young and wont know it
Norrath never happened, this was THE game.
Nigga I had the collection, I played this and Yuris revenge forever. I think I am going to see if I can dig that up
My brother and I played this game endlessly.
i can't beat the level 4, it's impossible for me.
Drawing a blank anon, sorry.
I remember doing a self imposed challenge of creating a new game on the second difficult setting (New game +)
Selling everything, and praying for shit tier drops that I could wear. It revitalized the game for me during a time where it became dull.
I made my parents drive out in a snowstorm back in the 80s to get this game. I was spoiled. I was such a prick to my parents. I still am. They still love me. Remind to call them in the morning /b/
My Dad got me this game for no damn reason from Toys R Us he had to take the ticket to the register and then take the receipt to the glass covered pickup counter to pick it up. I'm not the only old fag here that remembers this am I?
For the time period. It was before people really locked down the idea of using both the analog sticks for aiming, so the game utilizes a lock on feature.
I think it was much better than power stone if I do say so myself, (at the risk of bodily harm from others who disagree...)
That was for a side quest to gain another earring slot, but it didn't involve the main storyline progression. If I'm not mistaken, the place he's talking about required a Shovel or some shit to get into, to continue on to the next area but it was dropped or located near some tough mobs.
Double Dragon was the shit, bro.
This was badass too
Yeah, if you didn't save enough villagers then the boatman wouldn't allow you to go to the vampire castle island, and the villager rescue was a one-time event when you first arrive to that area.
oh yes, at least the bloodstone place. the vampire boss still had to be fought to get to cazik thul (or however the fuck his name is spelled), but the bloodstone side quest was extremely missable, especially if you didn't know it was there.
fairly recent indie game from ps3, super fun
not exactly one-time, you could go back and re-do the village attack part and he'd get you to the island. source: that's what my friend and I did when we realized we had to save all the gnomes.
Wow, Now I want to go play this game again.
Did anyone else play Shadowknight, and invest the solitary point into teleport so it had the cheapest mana cost?
I had like 10+ consecutive teleports before I needed a mana potion, it was hilarious.
Could probably still play this on DOSBox if you wanted but I don't think it's worth that much effort, it was ok I guess if you're into gay dwarf-elf butt sex
Drowning people was so damn cruel but so hilarious
I never considered the fact that it could be a general problem, for some reason I just assumed it was the teleport that made little sense to upgrade.
I would annoy the FUCK out of my teammates teleporting ahead of them at light speed, drinking a mana potion, and doing it again. One time I even died mid teleport, body disappeared, no res from the healer...
>Games you think you only know of
>posts popular N64 game
Nigga, my dad knows about that game, and he's into so few games that you can count them on one had. What makes you think you're unique for remembering it?
Kek, I used to do that to my buddy who played with me for a while, he was ultra new to the game so I was just playing multiplayer for some kind of change since I beat it like ten times before then.