Yeah I don't think many people consider this a bad game.
Here's mine though.
There was a bad Toy Story game? I don't believe it.
also pic related, I loved it though
Pretty hard to believe that this is the same series that produced spec ops the line
>Pretty hard to believe that this is the same series that produced spec ops the line
Spec Ops The Line was just a publisher opportunistically using the Spec Ops name for brand recognition purposes. Kinda like how Starship Troopers was a totally unrelated screenplay with the Starship Troopers name slapped on it to make more money.
Lawyers don't create facts moron only us scientists do and if you make baseless claims like that again I will get my lawyer and sue you for slander. My taste is factually 100% great and I will not sanction such buffoonery.
This game was a buggy unpolished mess, but it still tried to do a lot of cool things. Especially in the tatooine levels.
This mother fucker and I grew to love and play the shit out off it. I used to play all the way into the gexilla stage every day, cause I was a stupid kid that didn't know how to use the password system and didn't have a controller pack. I was getting faster every time I decided to play it, like a fucking speedrunner, until my dad realized what was those fucking letters the game gave me everytime I finished a stage... Miss those simpler times really.
This game was just fucking horrible
>be really effeminate and quiet
>ask for majora's mask
>get pic related
I realize it's a decent game and the power mixing is cool, but it was the biggest letdown I hath ever endured
This shit was called Rascal.
I played this when I was a kid for five years for a very considerable amount of time.
I apparently didn't understand that the game was basically a time travel game and that you progressed by jumping into time warps.
I played this game regularly for five years
And never got passed level one
Nah, if you want a shit disney licensed game then look no further
>Sonic itself and anything copying it is garbage.
Found the Mayro fanboy.
>Best kirby game
The only thing memorable about that game was the ability combination thing, super star and super star ultra are still the superior games, faster, with more content and variety
Hell even dream land 3 had that riding thing which was also pretty nice
I actually liked the earlier bubsy games so I asked for this game.
It had to be one of my first "man, this game sucks" moments.
Nothing worse when you ask for the game too, all you can do is grit your teeth and pretend to like it because you're stuck with it for months.
luckily, most of the games we actually owned were good,
Vortex was not, however.
>Traveller's Tales will never make another Sanic or Crash game
Feels bad, man.
>being a retarded kid and renting n64 games.
>not knowing how controller packs work.
>only knowing how to manage data starting up Turok 2.
Holy shit I missed so many good games in my childhood.
But you sure do have some assrage over them (and the people who like the games) for some reason. Is it because it's more popular than other Sega properties you like, or because it's not Mario?
I'm with you on this one. Sonic may have been beaten into the ground as the games became worse and worse, but up through the Sega-CD (which was a failed system) it was a decent game series.
Also, objectively speaking, sonic's design change has also become less appealing on a base instinct level with most of the redesigns. Speaking from a psychological background, the first two versions of sonic included many elements which were designed to be appealing to people for entirely unrelated reasons. These have been flushed since.
when I had rented everything in the store, I got to this gem. Wasn't really too bad.
Easy. Got this game from my dad as a birthday present when I was 5. The game forces you to play with the d-pad buttons and you can't hold them down too when you move in a straight line, which makes it difficult because PS1 d-pad buttons are stiff af. And to this day, it's one of the hardest games I've ever played. The only redeemable quality it does have, however, is the groovy soundtrack.
Got this game from the local video store for like 20 dollars when SNES was still prevalent.
I found out years later it was critically acclaimed. I literally do not understand how people think this was, or is a good game. It's awful in all aspects, and is rife with things that people chastise modern games for like instant-deaths, really mundane combat and cinematic experiences.
It's a neat game, with very impressive cinematic graphics for the SNES. You don't play it for the gameplay, you play it for the neat world and storytelling achieved without dialogue.
This game is so bad on the surface, but deep inside there is such humor and writing that only makes me wish that there were episode 2&3 equivalents of this game ...
>Excuse me, but I must be going
It's a fantastic PC game that was ported to consoles. It wasn't a terrible port, but you need to keep in mind that it was a port.
I played the SNES version and eh. I own the PC version and it's awesome. Finished the whole thing and it has a fantastic ending. There's a direct sequel to it as well, but that one is entirely forgettable.