GAMES YOU LOVED AND THAT NOBODY PLAYED BUT YOU THREAD
I have never met anyone who played this game.
One of the first games I played on my computer in 1990s, it scared the shit out of me and I fucking loved it. Like 10 years later I found out it was mainly a PSX game and it saw limited release on PC, so not a single person I met seems to recall this
I had had a real love hate relationship with this game on one hand you got to play with cool predator tec and skin people but it was also really fucking hard and the controls were kinda bad
This came with our cable tv in the 90's
Some of u might have played, but out of everyone I know I'm the only one so far.
I'm with Mr Taylor here, Splatterhouse is the SHIT.
But the 4th one? That's a guilty pleasure of mine, Jim Cummings great acting as the terror mask, the relentless slugfest of the games harder difficulty, the side-scrolling and cheesiness? Hell, Biggyman made it into the thing, doesn't get any better than that
Sucks we won't ever get a third blood omen or soul reaver
I think less people have played this one
Wrong guy, you're trying too hard.
If you can, give it a spin. They did amazingly. The Sega version's music was god tier
Did you see they remade it on I think PS2? Anyone here play that? Was it any good?
naw man. it's the creator couldn't get them (Id) to release the rights back to him so basically T.U.I.T. got put on the shelf indefinitely. there's a third party working on it but its pretty much a TC of 5 and 4
satan made a new version, you know.
for the new wave gamers
I did not! the one on 360 was a lot of fun, it only didn't jump high enough.. oh hell, PS2, the game I loved on there was Shinobi, because it was HELLA hard and I dig the stall-slice kills~
only had one friend that introduced me. he would play on the gamepad, me the keyboard (that right console pissants PC multiplayer split screen was a thing)
i rented it once. it sucked major balls and i couldn't get past the second level.
Doesn't surprise me. I believe it was one of the designers that left when Wolfenstein took the stage?
Forgive me, I can't remember his name off hand, but I know he was really gunning for another Keen title.
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nice try photoshopping faggot.
I actually beat it, it was super fun.
Think it was Hall. he didn't piss off right away think he actually had a big part in Wolfy but yeah when he realized they were more interested in its line than Keen he buggered off.
This game was amazing
and I spent most my childhood playing this. If anyone played this I would be surprised
Everyone played Lode Runner. I played the off-brand generic rip-off, Apple Panic.
Do you remember the Bilestoad? Jupiter Jumpman? Yar's Revenge? None of the children who infest /b/ do, that's for damned sure.
Boi your speaking my language
This gem. I've loved it since it was released on GameCube, and never heard anyone even mention it before.
No one knows this awesome game
Holy shit! +1 Internets. I never thought I would meet another player. I played the shareware for about a decade before mail ordering the full copy.
I used to do play by email in the pipex days of the Internet with some chick in mexico
Still play it today
here something that nobody but me plays
Better than halflife 2 and did the same multi-genre thing where diff areas were had diff weapon and enemy motifs.
one of the best games ive ever played.
Most people don't even remember the system
3-D body adventure for my old packard bell PC
None of you know this one.
I wonder if anyone remembers this one.
Pretty sure I played the shit out of a demo of this that came on some demo sampler, beat the demo dozens of times. That disc also had a PaRappa the Rapper demo that never made sense to me. (You lost unless you just madly mashed whatever button was called out with no regard for rhythm.)
I played that when I was a kid but didn't get very far
also pic related
my envy makes me upset
Iam more of a aero type of guy but zool is pretty good
Theres some new mechanics and the story mode has a better way of unlocking new parts. That and it just has more parts/stages in general.
Basically you can buy which parts you want with money so you have more freedom in your Robo build. Makes it way more fun. I find theres a lot more ways to combo in this one.
Apparently it did well but I've still never met anyone who played it
Ran fine on my 1997 ThinkPad. Unfortunately I couldn't find a copy of this game anymore.
Niiiiice. Grinding for 50 different swords.