I played Gunners Heart a few weeks ago. The controls are confusing, but it's still a fun game.
I tried to run Sky Gunner on PCSX2, but It's definitively impossible to do that on my shit laptop.
Strider 2014 gets unfairly shat on and flew under a lot of people's radar.
It's surprisingly fun if you love fast paced action games and metroidvanias.
Who is fastest gunner and why is it Rival?
>Rival in this image has yellow eyes except for purple
>gravity gun like thing
I might be wrong on some of these. I played the game for about an hour in 2010.
But from what I played it was legitimately on par with Bioshock.
best movie game ever
>racing my friend to see who could cut down the most bamboo
Anything else by Psygnosis would also fit in this thread.
Yeah, I nearly finished it but did a reinstall and forgot to back up the save. It was cool, quite addictive gameplay, and looked pretty good while it was at it. It was ok, I liked that it was a standard FPS with no existing franchise also with a niche gameplay element.
if this came out today it would take off with the moba crowd
I wouldn't say hidden, but a gem nonetheless. Legends, too.
Seven Sorrows was the first time I was disappointed with a sequel
pretty well known on /v/ but back in the day this was a pleasant surprise when getting it on VC
All the minigames were atrocious, but I still think it was a neat game. It's kind of like The Sims, but totally focused on the social side of things. You can chat people up yourself or get to know someone close to them in order to start at a higher relationship level before you even meet them, which makes getting to know them much faster. Sometimes its more complicated and you can only advance your relationships during certain events like convincing people to dinner first and it can be tricky because it's not an automatic thing.
Also it's as much of a sex game as The Sims can be. Some levels give you spaces to rail girls in public like the dressing rooms or against the storefront windows, but in others you have to bring them home to your house first. But that's kind of fun too because you have a photo studio and a closet full of silly outfits to dress them in.
If someone made a game just like it, but not terrible, these days I'm sure it'd be a hit.
Fave game. Made me care of a monster girl I met for a few minutes
>implying the younger Rival wouldn't fuck her
Back off my girl, old man!
The Final Fantasy Legends series on the Gameboy.
Was the first time I played games with actual stories and characters. Even now going back they're rock solid, especially 2 and 3.
Deadly Premonition. It's hard to find copies out in the wild though, it's a game that has to be seen to be believed. 99% of the fun in the game is watching the cutscenes, so watch this if you want to skip the bullshit and have a good time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcqH4YENamM
Didn't care much for the metroidvania part but damn is it fun to speedrun.
Warship Gunner 2. It's like a naval Armored Core game; the level of customization is really impressive.
I'm not a big fan of the third one, but FFL/SaGa 1 and 2 are great. I've enjoyed a few of the later SaGa games as well, particularly Minstrel Song.
>Crashes on my pc at a specific point.
>well known problem, no fix
> don't want to play the shitty console version
First time I played it was when I hacked my Wii and I can't believe I was missing out on such a gem.
>x key is sometimes stuck
no big deal