Is this one of the most underrated games ever?
Post underrated games
I actually really enjoyed Brutal Legends back in the day as well.
It was underrated due to misleading advertising. People expected a slasher in a metal world, they got a weird ass RTS. Also campaign just kinda ends abruptly, it's like the whole last third of the game is missing.
remake, HD re-release, spiritual successor when?
>poat underrated games
Atleast half of my library is this
Pretty sure this image doesn't even begin to do it justice
That game was the shit then and now. If anything the sequel gets shit on more than it deserves, even if it is certainly inferior.
>tfw no MUA3 ever and even if it happened it wouldn't be Raven making it so who cares
Last one, I actually took a lot less of these than I recall. And these were the only ones I found that were really decent.
Maybe I'll go back for more sometime.
Here's one I just took
This game was only great to watch. Its gameplay was janky as hell.
Watching a lets play of this will literally give you a more enjoyable experience of the game then playing it, and thats just wrong.
Worth watching though, I will give you that.
>prequel where you play as Eddie's dad
>part of the story involves
getting with the demon MILF
i doubt anyone on /v/ has even played this.
This game is overly criticised for not being lorefriendly
Accepting it just being a spinoff would actually make it an enjoyable game
I replayed this game at least 5 times. Played the shit out of multi, sadly dead. My #1 game of all times. I would die a happy man if sequel would happen and wouldnt be half finished like first game. Also dont remove rts sections, one of reasons i love it so much.
>You turned her into a little monster
>NOW I'LL SHOW YOU HOW TO MAKE A BIG ONE
Tim Curry > Dio, at least for the role of the BBEG, prove me wrong.
>Come and see me when you grow a pair as big as your mother's.
This. Gameplay's not even that great.
The hacky slash and driving bits are fun but they break it up by barely having hack n slash bits and having long boring rts parts.
But driving around metal hyrule field with motorhead in the background is pretty cool.
Brutal Legend was not underrated tho
The shallow RTS gameplay is terrible. Such a shame because the world, characters and overall theme of the game are great, the gameplay should've been a hack and slash as it was advertised, also that's a style of game that consoles can handle well.
>Legend of Dragoon
Powerful nostalgia. That was my first big story-driven RPG. It follows plenty of fantasy tropes looking back on it now, but it was still a wild ride.
That aside, I think they had a lot of fun coming up with new environments. Underwater labs, a ghost ship, a forgotten city maintained by robots, etc.
I thought it did its job for the most part. My only gameplay complaint that I recall was that it was hard to use any RTS strategy outside of rushing with whatever units were available, and that driving could be frustrating during high octane escape sequences.