itt: games only you played
I don't know why, I think most people didn't think it would be very good, but it's actually really fun.
Atlas makes the best games. HD Remake when?
It's rare to find others who have even. heard of this, much less played it.
this usually doesn't happen to me, but i have never seen or heard of any of those fucking games
I win. Played the shit out of 1 and 2.
Fucking body harvest. I remember being so confused by that game. I really want to go back and play it.
As for mine: Lost eden. Sorry for no pic related, getting pormotions at work and try not to save pics and shit ill forget about on the work pc
I can't be the only one. this game was too much fun.
not really that under the radar, but nonetheless, an addictive game.
Never really see any discussion on it.
Good game, not without its flaws.
Someone else played this game.
I fucking love that game. Played the shit out of it when I was younger.
This game was weird as shit. I rented it a bunch as a kid and never beat it. Probably a good thing
Im pretty sure someone stole it from my apartment years ago.
Got it in a bargain bin at a Blockbuster for 5$ with a memory card. Impossible fucking game. I think I -might- have beat the first level once. Dunno if it was just because I was a stupid kid or if the game was legitimately a bitch.
Anyone remember this beauty? Played this when I was very young and never really played it much after that. First fighting game i ever played.
I think I have that game somewhere in this box.
>Tried to re-install that game, still have the disk and everything
>It won't work on windows 7 64 bit
You faggots have probably seen this before but how many have actually PLAYED this abomination?
>try windows pc xp machine
>try vmware xp machine
>finally fucking works
At least that was my experience with gangsters:organized crime. Probably would work for hotwheels too
I remember that. I got stuck at a bit which looked like a jungle, it was raining and you had to interact with a cable car
IIRC you could use any vehicle and skeletons would laugh when you searched them
no one seems to remember this game
convinced i"m the only one that has played it
still love this game so much
too bad they never made another (that im aware of)
Nope that's Bomberman 64 Second Attack.
Parents threw them out, didn't value them when I was younger, also the boxes were really shit for actually holding your games if I remember.
Damn fucking straight it is.
I don't know much about the guy myself, but from what I gathered. he was a bit of an asshole when he was younger (he was making games that were mocking other devs). He got more chill later on and unlike phil phish, he actually made more than one game (given some of them he never finished).
Wish I could figure out how to get the demo of this game working on Windows 7 though. geting that wierd pxmplay bug and the solutions I found online don't seem to work.
>all these old Sim games from when Will Wright was young and hopeful
like tears in the rain
>tfw no one tries to make novel game ideas anymore
I post this game every thread and no one else has ever said they've played it
I even know a single friend that played Sacred, but I've never, and i repeat NEVER heard of anyone playing this game besides me.
The company that made Body Harvest goes on to become the company to create Grand Theft Auto.
Body Harvest is *essentially* a primitive form of Grand Theft Auto. Guns, weapons, ammo, vehicles, missions, big world maps.
I don't actually give a fuck about GTA. I live in Los Angeles and work as an ambulance operator. If I wanted to see real life crime and pleb shit going on, I'd just go to work.
Body Harvest, however, has fucking EVERYTHING. Man-eating aliens. Time Travel. Evil Twins. Sandworms. Zombies. Lasers. Fuckin' giant boss fights including a giant enemy crab, which is based of actual world history.
Body Harvest comes highly recommended, much better than the casual shit known as GTA.
>tfw my step dad used to work for AOL
>tfw got this free as a promotional deal
>implying this wasn't the best non-sim city sim game
The game was seriously GOAT. The only downside was the framerate was abysmal. But I dunno, somehow having a framerate of 10 back then never bothered me.
Also for proof these are the colored carts I have. The Majoras Mask is the holographic one too.
Anyone? This shit was pretty psychedelic, looking back. One of my more obscure blockbuster rentals
>tfw the Simulation genre has bee taken over by German shovelware
I played the shit out of that game one summer at my grandma's house, but her old Win98 beige box could barely handle the enormous cities I tried to build. Then I got into SimCity.
Because when you're like 10 years old you're too busy enjoying the game to ponder things like framerate drops, you simply acknowledge them as a thing that exists as part of the game, not a design flaw.
There was an exploit where if you set your ants to be starving slaves (always hungry or something), they became super saiyan and won most of their fights
That game was the tits. Black Ant master race.
and, AND, I learned enough about ants playing that game that whenever ants cause I problem I can predict their every move and fuck their shit up
It's like, I learned something from a video game.
Nobody, definitely nobody on here played this
Even if The Sims (2) might have been good, it was the beginning of the end. Maxis deciding to do a doll house instead of a variety of simulations didn't help the genre at all. The SimGame series was a really important part of simulations
Yeah that's true. Fuck a lot of the games I loved when I was younger were very flawed. But it is true when you're young you really don't seem to give a shit about any graphical problems or technical issues, it's just sorta there and you accept it really quickly.
This game is a freaking real time strategy game, on the GBC! I bought it for its technical curiousity, shortly after release, but the game itself is quite entertaining for what it does. A dumbed down pocket Warcraft. Certainly worth a few bucks
I haven't seen any person besides myself play it but damn is it fun
Also this, it was actually the most fun i've had with a computer game in a while
It's such a fun fucking game man. I mean it's everything a kid wanted.
>Mega robot that flies
>Mega robot that punches shit
>Motor cycle with rockets
And you blow up a bunch of buildings in the path of a nuclear missile. The entire game is just blowing up building after building, even ones that are completely unnecesarry.
Also becomes hard as balls later on, ESPECIALLY once you think you are done with all gold medals. You aren't anywhere near done.
Does anyone know that game about an alien trying to get home? I had the demo, I think, and it was set in a cornfield with giant cornstalks that explode popcorn at you. You have to find a rocket ship disguised as a silo.
even the Tycoon games are dead
i mean all there is now is the rotting corpse of Roller Coaster Tycoon
I blame consoles and Europeans more than just EA though
SOMEONE PLEASE HELP
When I was a teenager, there were these two games I use to play on Windows 98 or 2000, made by the same company (I think).
The first game was a sidescroller, where you played as Snow White in a mining shaft, and the second one was where you were played as a cowboy from a birds eye perspective.
Please help me, /v/.
Europeans are keeping the sim genre alive, albeit with bad sims. In fact, europeans have been quite a bit more simterested than other markets, historically. You'll find a lot of cool econo-sims to have their origin there.
Consoles might be a reason, albeit a weak one. There's plenty you can do on consoles. I'm afraid the major issue is making gaming a purely profit oriented business. Sims, at least the variety we had and loved, just aren't profitable. You need a shitload of work to get a good simulation done, but you'll only reach a small audience with interest
You will fall through bridges and shit. I haven't quite checked recently, but chances are the bug is still there due to how slow and terrible the N64 emulation scene is.
Cosmo's Cosmic Adventure! Fairly solid platformer. You really must play Commander Keen's second trilogy though. They are Super Mario of the PC world, THE reference platformer for all platformers
Body Harvest ruled. To this day it's looked at as an important step forward for open world 3D games as a predecessor to GTA III.
Sun Shield was fucking awesome. Game is hard as hell though. You would think a high damage infinite ammo weapon would make the game easy but it doesn't.
>The game casts the player as an assistant to Johannes Gutenberg, publisher of the Gutenberg Bible. The master copy of the Gutenburg Bible has been stolen by one of Satan's minions. It's up to the player to travel the world to find each of the missing sections of the Gutenburg Bible to bring the gospel to Western Civilization.
Progression is some kind of clusterfuck in this game. If you get stuck too much, don't worry about using a walkthrough.
General advice: Always talk to every NPC multiple times until you've exhausted their dialogue options, that's integral.
Sounds like some tv show shit like Dawson's Creek or The OC.
If any game out there ever deserves a remake, it's Magic Carpet. That game was a furiously radical looking multiplayer graphics orgy. Realtime reflections, anti aliasing, transparency, motion blur. You name it, this game had it. In 1994! On top of that, its gameplay was a hell of a lot of fun as well
I had it, but I don't know where I got it. It was also several games with it. One was about paper airplane flying at home, other was about playing mouse vs cat. They were more, but I don't remember other
that was famous
also, the racing game FTW
that game was the shit
The Sting! This game was so fucking unique for its time. I can barely remember what you actually did in it, I just remember I loved it as a kid
Didn't review well, I really liked how you could train an AI character through fighting them though, thought that was neat as a kid.
this was the best n64 game
>it will never get a sequel
>there will never be a game where you're a microchip/microorganism infecting hosts to do your bidding for you
My favorite thing to do on this was use cheats to get the indie car, put on invincibility, then go on the circular track on the hardest difficulty and try to destroy every car before the end of the race.
>that goat ost
>those goat maps
>that goat multiplayer
>the goat lore
Has a game ever been so based?
It was great for me. we played it on hotseat for 2-3 people. But it has very bad control.
They planned to make new part.
oh jesus i had completely forgot about this. For whatever reason I played the US version despite living in bongland. This game freaked me out when i was younger but now i just cant remember why.
It was my first PC game before I ever knew about PC Master Race and I loved every minute of it. A shame it can't run on any modern systems.
It only came out in Moon Land, I finished the entire game untranslated but it was the best fucking DS rpg ever made.
You start off as this punk wizard in a strange village and then these three fairies show up and help you in a monster fight. Turns out you can get the souls of the monsters you fight and fuse them with the fairies to turn them into Monster Girls.
That's right! Monster Girls! It was the shit! Just wish I knew what was going on in the story.
Anyway the boss battles were fucking awesome and the monster designs and the monster girl designs were fucking awesome. Each monster had special abilities and you got to keep them and stack them up, as well as elemental affinities. It was soooo fucking good.
>as a kid, buy the original for GB
>some chests you can open only with the super game boy attachment
>flip my little OCD-riddled child lid
>fucking snap the cart in half out of anger
bad times all around, robopon was.
Body Harvest was the shit.
I played Hunter on the Amiga. Had literally no idea what I was doing, but it was the first game I played with different vehicles you could use. Once it glitched and my brother boarded a shark. That was weird
RIGHT ABOUT NOW IT'S TIME TO ROCK WITH THE BIGGETY BUCK BUMBLE.
I think I played it once I and went back to gt3, but its concept was pretty good if I remember.
It's like an early version of dissidia
Oh my god, I played the shit out of that game. So fucking good. Someone find out who owns the IP and get them to kickstart a sequel or something. I would sell my family.
Hard mode: Dos games. Did anyone play Rescue Rover?
ok...here goes. When i was younger there was this game, based on a tv show (i think) about this guy who had some kind of electric power, and he was in a big circus tent as one of the levels. pretty standard ps1 era platformer, but i just cant for the life of me remember what it was called. longshot, but anyone have an idea?
OH MY GOD I HAVEN'T SEEN THAT GAME IN OVER A DECADE
This game right here
I heard you guys liked Sharkings.
Third time in one of these threads, same game every time. Nobody has mentioned they played this game too.
I actually platinumed this for some reason. It's pretty fun.
Quite a few of the ones posted in here are merely forgotten. They are very entertaining. They just don't have an established IP, or a game concept that the masses play. These threads are actually very good to broaden your horizon of gaming
It was Far Cry before Far Cry.
There is noa GOG version, which made it playable for the first time since in forever, unless you had a W95 box or an original Dreamcast copy of the game.
There were no fully working DC rips.
After like 15 years or waiting (not counting abortive DC attempts), I finally got to play it on PC.
Uninstalled after a couple of hours.
Imperium, cool 4x game for 1990. Also there was this neo geo game i played in the arcade, shooter with 2 submarines. In one level you race to the top a huge atlantean statue while dropping huge rocks on its head to gore it's eyes out.Don't remember the name.
my ultimate nigga
space django is the best ps3 gaem
I even figured out the master password that gives you all weapons and allows you to choose any level on my own just punching in random letters
awesome game, i liked the little people with peashooters you could kill.
I am European that the box we got, here are some more people might not have played
I can't be the only one, can I?
A game that lost attention because of all of that SMT around the time. A shame too because it's pretty enjoyable.
Game had no right to be that good, I still haven't recovered
I'm one of the few humans who dared play this abomination.
I played Poypoy DeeDee master race.
The Majin is still my favourite AI partner in gaming to date.
Fuck I remember that.
My friend had it and we sat down and played it a couple of times but neither of us had any idea what the fuck we were supposed to be doing.
>dealing with AK-47
>treating your rivals
>hanging with the mafia
>that secret route to Greystone
This is trucking.
Pft, Everybody who likes quintet knows what granstream saga is! It's the 4th game in the earth and light series a long with Soul Blazer, Illusion of Gaia, and Terranigma. Unforunetly it wasn't nearly as good as the other 3, but I liked it in a bad game sort of way.
I played the fuck out of this game as a kid. It was a pretty basic rts but you could take direct control over you units and play the game like an fps.