NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO.
FUCK YOU, NO.
WHO THE FUCK THOUGHT IT WAS A GOOD IDEA TO HAVE A BOSS ON THE TOP OF A GIANT FUCKING TREE? AND THEN THEY FUCKING DID IT AGAIN IN A FUCKING ELEVATOR.
AND ALL THE LEVELS ARE FUCKING DISGUSTING AND IMPOSSIBLE
Andy's house is ok.
>That part with the floating planks
Me and my buddy used to bro-op this all the time. Fun times.
I hope that was better than that awful project zoo game.
The thing I remember about that game is my computer at the time couldn't handle transparency, so rain drops looked like big black rectangles with blue streaks on it. Same with this.
This game was amazing. I have to try Time Busters some time too.
>emulating a game with a pc release
All but one of the Army Men games I played were fucking amazing if it counts, why can't this IP have survived
I've heard this one is good but didn't try it yet.
>that level design
I expected shovelware, I got a masterpiece
i cant be the only one
GOAT game, played so much as a kid but never finished it. It's one of those ones that terrified me as a kid, just because some of the shit was really spooky. The 1st two HP games for PSX also had the same effect
Disney games were the shit back on ps1
>Mickey's Wild Adventure (although some levels were pretty spooky)
also, who played pic related
Never found anyone else who played this or a good video of it on youtube
please tell me one of you faggots played this
I remember that rumour that collecting 100 coins in Andy's House would unlock a room with Woody inside it. I don't remember the exact number, but the level doesn't have more than ~94 coins... and I've went through it a shitton of times as a kid.
I still own it.
>mfw running around as Savage Banner and picking up people
you should check out THUGPRO mod, if you want some nostalgia. Currently only has Andy's room from DESA but all of the other TH and THUG maps are there.
Tarzan and bug's life are really bad though. It's just harder to know when you are 10 years old, although the disney games are some of the only games I know of which got a Danish translation.
Oh my fucking Lord
I vaguely remember playing this
Yank my balls and call me daddy Yiy fucking got it
this game was great until you had to fight a fucking helicopter
>mfw only have nostalgia for shitty pirate versions of these games that my mum got doon the barras
Who else chipped PS2 thug lyfe here?
they shopped the head in
Oh it already got hot here anon.
But I'll be sure to download it later today and give it a spin.
>Not a different based jazz tune composed for each part
ALL the levels?
It's still confusing how this game even exists at all.
>hey cool I just killed the witch king of angmar I must be close to the end
>suddenly I'm on top of the barod-dur beating the crap out of saurons eye
the third age, not even once.
How ya doin'?
And in any language, welcome to LEGO ISLAND!
That feel egen no amerifags played this or the Tintin game
I dunno about you guys but I played Hamtaro like a massive pervert.
amerifags will never know them french/belgian/swiss comics vidya
>dat spooky indian village level
>tfw I know nobody aside from my broham who played this game,let alone considers it GOTYAY
It is gotyay
It was literally 115F (46C) here in Melbourne the other day lmao
Looking back on it it wasn't that good, but fuck if I didn't have lots of fun playing it.
How about licensed games that people don't normally really think of as licensed games?
I think I reached the ultimate level of comfyness with this game,I mean
>the sky changes color depending on time of day,get's sort of red-purple at around 6pm
>you can see the clouds moving
>night time has different music than day time,both are god tier
>when you visit different spots on the map the music changes
>when you get tired of exploring the world during night you can return to the barn and go party with the animals
Why is this game so overlooked?