'Here comes daddy.'
Also taskmaster and some other game where you're a drone who has to disarm a space station or something and there's a defender on board so you have to scan dna and you have a limited power supply and I can't fucking remember it's name.
I seriously wonder how this made it to the shelves under Disney's license.
Shattered Galaxy, that old MMORTS by Nexon.
I hope the remake is good, but I haven't heard jack shit about it other than it existing.
Escape Velocity and EV: Nova
Monty python maneuver is OP as fuck. Kestrel looks cool. Also I think I was the only one who sided with the Confederates and killed rebel scum.
My friend used to play that. Don't know why seeing as how he played EQ on the PC as well.
Small Soldiers game. Any of them.
Also pic related.
Plasma Tanks were awesome. Although I disliked that game cuz everything died so fast and there was like no safe playing.
Still the best Diablo clone out there and a better Diablo game than Diablo III. The Two Towers is almost as good.
I loved the fuck out of that game.
Too bad once one of my friends got as good at it as i was, our competitive games ended in stalemates. Its just impossible to get one of your tanks into the enemy base when your opponent is good and knows exactly where you are thanks to splitscreen.
Greatest game of all time, you've all played it though
I bet none of you played this game.
It's a good thing if you didn't, cuz the game is shit
Speaking of obscure RTSes...
The fucking AI in this game man...
With all of the vanilla shitposting around, it's obvious I'm the only one who played this PoS
>tfw liked the art for this more than AoE
Game is Tzar: Burden of the Crown
A buddy and me played the shit out of this our first year in res
This game man.
One of my first Turn Based Strategy games.
>tfw theres still no better artificial creature simulation than this series.
I remember i first got C1, and while i couldnt manually lead the dumb fucks, they would always follow the bouncing ball. So i'd split norns into pairs and lock them down in safer areas so they breed and dont fucking die. And dying was a common issue considering how much the liked to eat poisionous shit off the plants.
I eventually found and bought C3, and later pirated it with the addon. I remember making a simple contraption that would lock the asshole grendels in a far-off isolated area so they cant do shit.
I played this on a Japanese Xbox I got for $20.
It's the fucking greatest game ever that so few have played outside of Japan.
The voice acting alone would have made it sell a million copies in the USA.
Bought it in a discount PC games bin in early 2001. Had a surprising amount of fun.
this is mine
Still the most addictive armor/weapon upgrade system I've ever seen.
The shittiest cutscenes known to man, but goddamn that gameplay
Not that obscure, but I think because of the platform they were released on the Marathon series never got much attention.
>why the fuck did I ever play this fucking piece of shit
not that a bunch of people didn't play it but I doubt anyone on current /v/ has
I have a bunch of those: Mickey Mousecapade, Tennis for NES, Batman: the video game, Jurassic Park NES, Flintstones: The Rescue of Dino and Hoppy, etc.
One of the first 3d RTS games and also one of the first to allow the player to FPS-control their units.
I loved how you could actually roll inside your main base building in a small vehicle.
I actually enjoy playing this game though and have never ran over it with my truck.
Remember playing this shit all the time but never knew where the fuck it came from.
Not the best game but I still loved it as a kid, also my introduction to RPG games
also dont remember where i got this but this was the best jrpg i have ever played even if the scores were bad
>not running op as fuck spider sniper race.
>not using snipers to kill bases from afar.
There is literally no one else on /v/ who has played this game.
*That landing music*
>Beat the first few missions by killing the bugs with long-range rocket launchers from out of their aggro range
>Gear up on exoskeletons and just plow through enemy forces
>A bunch of missions later a new species of bugs is introduced, that can become invisible and apparently hurts like hell.
>Get wiped like 2 times by said bugs, give up on the game and never play it again.
I played it to completion, something of an achievenment because usually games didnt hold my attention long enough as a kid. I did ragequit it once after a timed mission (fuck timed missions forever), but came back to it. For a lot of people it was Xcom that taught them to think in games, for me it was this (and before you fume I am not saying this is anywhere as good or in-depth as xcom).
Fucking GOAT music game
like beyond earth, minus shitty aliens, and real time
One of my first vidya memories was my cousins playing this.
I was so glad that "the game where you are a cop in the future and pilot a mech that can transform into a vehicle" wasn't a product of my imagination.
Man 7th level was the shit, god damn shame their company went under when they had such a cool world built
I played g-nome after playing dominion: storm over gift 3. And it was so fucking cool to be able to pilot the mechs I had seem from a commander perspective, and better yet be able to run out on the ground, kill the pilot of another mech and steal it.
This game was fucking awesome
>separate build queue for each structure
>finding dat "ancient technology" weaponry and fucking up your opponent in a map you thought was unwinable
>dem fucking cinematics, C&C tier
>fucking unit design, giant crabs tearing shit the fuck up
A truly 10/10 game, and god damnit was the campaign hard as fuck, enemy was always 1 technology tier above you.
I used to play it on PS1 with friends. Playing vs was not very fun, but it took us quite long to beat a hard bot 2v1. Never bothered doing the campaign.
I remember there was a campaign-only structure on one of the screenshots on the back of the disc case, and my faggot friend told me it actually becomes available in skirmish if you accumulate 1 million resources.
I left the game running overnight, but it didnt unlock even though i acccumulated loads of resources. ;_;
Used to play this a lot with my brother and I don't think my brother is here.
Okay, this should be a bit harder than most other games in the thread.
Who played this motherfucker of a puzzle?
This game was fun back when it was all I had.
I could never get it to run properly on my computer though. I somehow had fun anyway.
Its pretty good anon. They added more units,maps, and you can actually use your resources.
Hopefully you see this. I can guide you through this shit if I can get your steam usn to contact you. The english community is slowly growing and I'll get as many to play it
I still have this lying around somewhere. You just hit me with a fist of nostalgia.
Due to it being a Chinese re-make, most of the players are Chinese and Koreans. That also means its the most active at night (US time) through the morning.
At least they were nice enough to translate it into english
I played this on my friends NES that his dad bought in Hong Kong (I'm from Sweden). I'm not sure if it was a pirate version or smth because he only had one cartridge but it had shitloads of games on it.
Battle City was the most played by far!
>Greatest game of all time
Fuck that shit. You get to the castle sieges and it's a game of "move forward, get burnt to death on the literal miles of marshes of pitch traps unless you know their positions." It's a fail, learn, repeat, fail in a new way" game. The defence scenarios were fun.
I remember playing this one Spiderman Game I got from a cereal box. The disc for it was the size of a Gamecube disc
I think I tried putting it in a Gamecube at one point.You would just swing around the city learning how to do that shit and then you fought Rhino. It was pretty neat especially since I had never played anything like that before.
It was one of these Tom & Jerry games. It was super fucking hard but I played the shit out of it because I fucking loved Tom & Jerry and I didn't want to be a filthy casual.
with the amount of currently online players I honestly doubt anybody here owns this game less alone reached rank 5.
If you manage to get it going, add me.
I like nuking shit. Not even the best poc build can withstand 3 nukes.
Just a reminder its not the same game from nexon.
Are you me? I always post this GOAT in these topic.
Too bed there never was a sequel.
This was probably my favourite game growing up. It's the sequel to Little Ninja Brothers on the NES.