Bully, while atmospheric and fairly well written, is a choppy, ugly mess of a game.
Also, fuck you Rockstar for porting over the PS2 version to PS4 when Scholarship Edition exists
Tarantino's RESERVOIR DOGS
yes, this exists on PS2
(prohibited in some countries).
and it is everything you want it to be.
cruel, fast, bloody.
Hostage, stealth, action, and driving missions.
Sure with flaws, but also stylish as the suits in it.
>choppy, ugly mess
what?? the gameplay was like no other
with a quadrozillion varieties.
FUCK YOU, sir.
>porting to PS4
Sure, rockstar is running a businness + fanservice. Of course they milk a money cow.
I'm fully convinced I'm the only one to have ever played this series. Which is a shame, because when I first played the fourth game I got such an overwhelming feeling of adventure... Also it's hard as a diamond.
Star Wars: Jedi Power Battles was far superior to TPM
Also, pic related is best 4X game in existence
Phantom Menace was awesome.
I loved the dialogue options and the tattooine levels.
I also loved going GTA and murdering everybody (including the children).
The biggest gripe I have with the game is the difficulty. I ended up using cheats.
>choppy, ugly mess
I was referring to the rubbish frame rate and bad models/textures, even by ps2 standards
>ps2 port to ps4
They made a mobile port with new content, so surely they can spare some manpower to port the nicer looking and far bigger Scholarship edition to ps4
Final Fantasy V and IX
This games are not really underrated by critics (hell, FFIX is the highest rated Final Fantasy game), but when talking about Final Fantasy, everybody just talks about VI, VII or X.
Syberia, used to play the fuck out of 1 and 2 back in the day
Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne. A masterpiece in every aspect.
u r right
confuzzled TPM with jedi power battles
(even though they had master window with a blue lightsabre)
Fucking this. nostalgic as fuck man
Who remembers this little gem. It has pretty good ratings on ign and metacritic. But I've not met or talked to many people who actually liked it.
I loved XII tbh. Idk anyone else that did, but I thought it was awesome and a ton of fun. Sure combat could be "solved" by bummble belt and a tank pulling aggro...bvut that was something to discover. Not like how XIII forced it onto you. Hell, even combat in that game felt like a cutscene.
I guess that's fair, it surely wasn't made for fans of Star Fox 64. I got quite a few playthroughs without getting bored.
Another one that comes to mind for me is Tales of Vesperia. I couldn't put it down for a while after first playing.
I had the NES four score, so I played this at age 10 or some shit. It was a godly multiplayer gaming experience way ahead of it's time. I had mu'fucking coco puffs with chocolate syrup with chocolate milk at a b-day party while rocking this shit bruh
Second game I owned on the Gamecube. Played the shit out of it.
Was that the one where if you press block at the absolute last second from a blaster shot it goes back in the enemies face?
I thought I had either dreamt that game or it was some weird flash game I played a decade and change ago.