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Games that Suck - UNpopular games that you loved, for some unholy reason

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  • zacharychaoszacharychaos Registered User
    edited June 2009
    Oh I'm bringing it home!!!

    wait for it

    wait for it

    wait for it...


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    BAM!

    This game is getting hate even on a topic like this one! Obviously you people don't fully understand. Can you not see the generic, blue-armored figure holding up what does-not-seem-to-be a very dangerous sword?

    An overworld-on-rails? A mediocre quest for the crystals of power? Angsty teens saving the world? A game box that ACTUALLY ADVERTISES as "Entry-Level Role-Playing Adventure"? :mrgreen: A "FREE STRATEGY GUIDE OFFER" implying that there is, in fact, some strategy somewhere in the game? o_O

    Does this all not clearly communicate the inherent awesomeness that is FINAL FANTASY MYSTIC QUEST?


    Hey, you know what, I was FIVE when this game came out. :mrgreen: I hadn't even realized this kind of game existed until I somehow got my hands on it. My mother took it away because she thought the "Crystals of Power" were satanic. ;-)

  • SirUltimosSirUltimos Don't talk, Rusty. Just paint. Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    Hey now, Mystic Quest had a bitchin' boss battle theme.

  • RustRust __BANNED USERS
    edited June 2009
    Hey brah don't think you've got enough emoticons in there

    What's more interesting is that they apparently got the Dragon Quest guys to do the art for that one, so even the look was different.

    I've got slightly better memories of it, because it was the first RPG I ever beat (and it was supposed to be, Japan either released it as Final Fantasy for Beginners or as Final Fantasy for Idiots), but man it does not hold up in any way compared to most, if not all, other mainstream JRPG's.

  • zacharychaoszacharychaos Registered User
    edited June 2009
    Rust wrote: »
    Hey brah don't think you've got enough emoticons in there

    What's more interesting is that they apparently got the Dragon Quest guys to do the art for that one, so even the look was different.

    I've got slightly better memories of it, because it was the first RPG I ever beat (and it was supposed to be, Japan either released it as Final Fantasy for Beginners or as Final Fantasy for Idiots), but man it does not hold up in any way compared to most, if not all, other mainstream JRPG's.
    Well, actually it was released in Japan as Mystic Quest- Final Fantasy USA, which I guess to the Japanese isn't much different than "Final Fantasy for Idiots". *sigh*

  • kurokazekurokaze Registered User
    edited June 2009
    The Mystic Quest battle music is better than some full games I've played. I've definitely just sat and listened to it on repeat for at least half an hour, at least once in my life. So good.

    I fail to understand how that track (and the boss music, which I find inferior but seems to get plenty of love from others) can be so awesome while most of the rest of the soundtrack is pretty much generic yawnfest.


    Regarding the game, I went back and tried playing it once years after its heyday (I did beat it originally too, but too early to really know anything about anything), and I vaguely remember that there was some ridiculous bullshit section where monsters would use status effects that essentially meant LOL U DED if they hit and that either that segment was one with only the main character, or the effects hit often enough that it was ridiculously hard even with both characters. I don't remember the details but I'm pretty sure I ended up putting the game down because it was bullshit hard and that clashes with just about everything I remember about the game from back in the day and everything I've read about it. Anyone know what might have been up with that?

    (Obviously, the replay was also quite a few years ago, probably around 8, so I don't remember much at all clearly.)

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  • Corporal CarlCorporal Carl Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    I once found a PS2 game in the bargain bin called Naval Ops: Warship Gunner. It was only 10 euro/$, and I saw that it was made by KOEI (of Dynasty Warriors fame). It had WW2 ships on it, so I thought : "What do I have to lose?".

    It was, for me, the best game I ever had on the PS2! o_O:lol:

    It is basically a shooter; you float around shooting other ships. But you earn money/XP, with which you can reasearh/buy bigger guns/hulls and so on.

    So in the beginning you have this little ship and you are so happy that you have these guns that fire in a nice curve. I decided to research a bit more in the defense department, getting better armour and so on. And then I spotted the upgrade "Energy defense shields". I was all like o_O because I was convinced that I was playing a shooter with WW2 technology.

    No! :winky:

    So I started putting research in offense... Ooooh... Rockets, nice! OMG! Lasers! What is this? HOMING LASERS! 8-)

    This is a thoroughly enjoyable game and I wish that KOEI would make a PS3 version...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2d2OwBzQEk

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  • MeetVinceTheScoutMeetVinceTheScout Registered User
    edited June 2009
    I once found a PS2 game in the bargain bin called Naval Ops: Warship Gunner. It was only 10 euro/$, and I saw that it was made by KOEI (of Dynasty Warriors fame). It had WW2 ships on it, so I thought : "What do I have to lose?".

    It was, for me, the best game I ever had on the PS2! o_O:lol:

    It is basically a shooter; you float around shooting other ships. But you earn money/XP, with which you can reasearh/buy bigger guns/hulls and so on.

    So in the beginning you have this little ship and you are so happy that you have these guns that fire in a nice curve. I decided to research a bit more in the defense department, getting better armour and so on. And then I spotted the upgrade "Energy defense shields". I was all like o_O because I was convinced that I was playing a shooter with WW2 technology.

    No! :winky:

    So I started putting research in offense... Ooooh... Rockets, nice! OMG! Lasers! What is this? HOMING LASERS! 8-)

    This is a thoroughly enjoyable game and I wish that KOEI would make a PS3 version...

    They did make a sequel for it on PS2, and another one that's sort of more strategy since it's top-down and has a lot lof destroyer escorts.

  • cheezcheez Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    Oh I'm bringing it home!!!

    wait for it

    wait for it

    wait for it...


    mystic-quest-box-pl.jpg

    BAM!

    This game is getting hate even on a topic like this one! Obviously you people don't fully understand. Can you not see the generic, blue-armored figure holding up what does-not-seem-to-be a very dangerous sword?

    An overworld-on-rails? A mediocre quest for the crystals of power? Angsty teens saving the world? A game box that ACTUALLY ADVERTISES as "Entry-Level Role-Playing Adventure"? :mrgreen: A "FREE STRATEGY GUIDE OFFER" implying that there is, in fact, some strategy somewhere in the game? o_O

    Does this all not clearly communicate the inherent awesomeness that is FINAL FANTASY MYSTIC QUEST?


    Hey, you know what, I was FIVE when this game came out. :mrgreen: I hadn't even realized this kind of game existed until I somehow got my hands on it. My mother took it away because she thought the "Crystals of Power" were satanic. ;-)

    I was reading the box and I thought it said "Free Strategy Guide Otter."

  • crazyjah2003crazyjah2003 Registered User
    edited June 2009
    I did not only enjoy this... It's my favorite game..



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  • Ed321Ed321 Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    I did not only enjoy this... It's my favorite game..



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    Am I reading it wrong, or is that game called "WinBack?" :?

  • Ninja Snarl PNinja Snarl P My helmet is my burden. Ninja Snarl: Gone, but not forgotten.Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    tsmvengy wrote: »
    Monger wrote: »
    Azegoroth wrote: »
    Star Wars:Rebel assault 1&2
    The story was sooo bad, and the gameplay was no masterpiece either, but so help me god, I still played the CRAP out of those games.
    I tried to enjoy Rebel Assault 2. I did. I could see a little nugget of enjoyment buried deep among those FMVs, but that game judged me unworthy.

    An LP of it would be amazing, though.

    Dunno if it's entertaining or not, but:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGepf-Bv3uo

    You wanna hear a story that's nothing short of tragic?

    As a kid, I did something pretty awesome (I don't remember what) and my folks said I could buy one game. I'd be looking at the stuff about Duke Nukem 3D for a while, played the hell out of the demo, etc. We get to the store and you know what catches my eye and overwhelms my insignificant amount of good judgement?

    Son of a bitchin' Rebel Assault 2.

    I soon realized that I'd made a bad choice. To this day, this remains the worst choice I've ever made regarding buying one game over another. Even that time I traded in something like 6 Super Nintendo games so I could buy a copy of the crappy War of the Monsters port pales in comparison. At least that little incident taught me less about never, ever trading in games at stores because they rip you off every time.

    But Rebel Assault II. So bad.

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  • DissociaterDissociater Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    I'm not sure if it was mentioned, but I played the crap out of Jedi Power Battles on the PS1. I don't know why, but I just had so much fun unlocking new combos and force owning droids all over the place.

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  • TaminTamin Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    Most of the games I wanted to mention have already been:
    Advent Rising
    Hybrid Heaven
    Enter the Matrix
    .. and many others.

    One that hasn't been mentioned (that I saw) was Breath of Fire V: Dragon Quarter. Such a good game.

    Wonderful graphics, branching paths, party members, and story. And, if you've beaten it once, it's fairly easy to go back through and see new cutscenes, or level your characters up with the saved party experience; so easy, in fact, that's how it was designed - it's difficult to go through in one run due to the way the Dragon works. Walking along? That increments the D-Counter very slowly. Transforming into a dragon? D-counter++! And then you have to attack as the Dragon, which skyrockets the counter.

    But! By beating encounters intelligently, you receive party experience, which carries over if you die, if you haven't used it. And by talking to the banker, you can retrieve your Sword of Power +5 from him when you have to start over.

    Encounters are on-the-map, not random. Weapons are awesome because they have powers built into them. And you can assign powers to them, I think. Had an interesting battle system also: you had a pool of AP, and could spend it to walk, but the game isn't hex or square based, so you had to be careful, and make sure that you could still attack after walking.

    My only complaints with the game are a) more paths, that are accessible at low D-Ranks; b) random types of enemies; c) More weapons!; d) more spells!

    Basically, exactly what they gave me, but more of it.

  • StrikerkcStrikerkc Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    Ed321 wrote: »
    I did not only enjoy this... It's my favorite game..


    Spoiler:

    Am I reading it wrong, or is that game called "WinBack?" :?

    Damn skippy it's called "WinBack". I've got it on the N64, and it rocks.

  • CherrnCherrn Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    Yeah, one of the first, if not THE first, shooters to have a built-in cover mechanic.

    All creature will die and all the things will be broken. That's the law of samurai.
  • SatsumomoSatsumomo Rated PG! Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    Winback on the 64 was amazing. The PS2 version unfortunately, looked like a N64 game on the PS2.

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  • SkutSkutSkutSkut Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    I actually liked Peter Jacksons King Kong too, even though I blazed through it in an afternoon.

  • NorayNoray Registered User
    edited June 2009
    I liked the Watchmen game, which everyone hates. As a brawler, it's really solid, it's just one of those genres that's very one-dimensional and therefore doesn't score well, but it's got a solid combat system that's satisfying and visceral.

    Also Rebel Assault 2 was the shit, seriously. Played the fuck out of that as a kid.

  • RobmanRobman Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    I quite enjoyed Fallout 2

    I also have a special place in my heart for silly games that know what they are, like Bloodrayne

  • VistiVisti Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    I loved Fahrenheit / Indigo Prophecy. There, I said it.

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  • DissociaterDissociater Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    Oh, Mission Impossible on the N64. I rented it like 5 times I liked it so much.

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  • MulletudeMulletude Glorious Leader! Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    SkutSkut wrote: »
    I like some Tom and Jerry SNES game when I was a kid, forget its name though but I loves me some Tom and Jerry anyway.

    I had this game. It was pretty bad but I liked it anyways. I think it has more to do with being little and having to play whatever shit you can get your hands on. Like little crackheads.

    And Mission Impossible...Never got past the first level but rented it a few times and tried so hard to like it.

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  • TaminTamin Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    Oh, Mission Impossible on the N64. I rented it like 5 times I liked it so much.

    Oh, I loved that. Picked it up in a pawn shop last month, and it didn't work.

  • RobmanRobman Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    Visti wrote: »
    I loved Fahrenheit / Indigo Prophecy. There, I said it.

    I loved how it was going until the shark jumping moment when
    Spoiler:

  • DemonStaceyDemonStacey TTODewback's Daughter Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    Tamin wrote: »
    Most of the games I wanted to mention have already been:
    Advent Rising
    Hybrid Heaven
    Enter the Matrix
    .. and many others.

    One that hasn't been mentioned (that I saw) was Breath of Fire V: Dragon Quarter. Such a good game.

    Wonderful graphics, branching paths, party members, and story. And, if you've beaten it once, it's fairly easy to go back through and see new cutscenes, or level your characters up with the saved party experience; so easy, in fact, that's how it was designed - it's difficult to go through in one run due to the way the Dragon works. Walking along? That increments the D-Counter very slowly. Transforming into a dragon? D-counter++! And then you have to attack as the Dragon, which skyrockets the counter.

    But! By beating encounters intelligently, you receive party experience, which carries over if you die, if you haven't used it. And by talking to the banker, you can retrieve your Sword of Power +5 from him when you have to start over.

    Encounters are on-the-map, not random. Weapons are awesome because they have powers built into them. And you can assign powers to them, I think. Had an interesting battle system also: you had a pool of AP, and could spend it to walk, but the game isn't hex or square based, so you had to be careful, and make sure that you could still attack after walking.

    My only complaints with the game are a) more paths, that are accessible at low D-Ranks; b) random types of enemies; c) More weapons!; d) more spells!

    Basically, exactly what they gave me, but more of it.

    BoF: DQ hasn't been mentioned because it doesn't suck! It got mixed reviews but still averages pretty decently. I absolutely loved the story in that game. A bit subtle at times but man.. that ending... T.T

    But now I've posted so I must say something on topic... hmmmm... uhh... well... I liked Clock Tower?... I guess other people did too... I'm bad at this game!

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  • MundaneSoulMundaneSoul Registered User
    edited June 2009
    Robman wrote: »
    Visti wrote: »
    I loved Fahrenheit / Indigo Prophecy. There, I said it.

    I loved how it was going until the shark jumping moment when
    Spoiler:

    I love it even with the plot going the hell off the deep end. I still own it and play through it every once in a while. So freaking good. I want nine sequels.

    Reginald wrote: »
    Heavy Rain is what Martin Scorsese would see if he played Katamari Damacy.

    Score: 8 out of a possible bacon.
  • VistiVisti Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    Robman wrote: »
    Visti wrote: »
    I loved Fahrenheit / Indigo Prophecy. There, I said it.

    I loved how it was going until the shark jumping moment when
    Spoiler:

    I loved all the batshit story development. For some reason. I'm kinda getting the feeling that I'm remembering it wrong, since everybody seems to hate it.

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  • Custom SpecialCustom Special Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    I'm not sure if it was mentioned, but I played the crap out of Jedi Power Battles on the PS1. I don't know why, but I just had so much fun unlocking new combos and force owning droids all over the place.

    I don't even have a playstation any more, but I still have this game sitting in one of my cd folders with movies and music.

    Awesome. I keep wishing for a new one.

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  • SagrothSagroth Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    Grandia Xtreme.

    Abysmal voice-acting, bad level design(WAY too much backtracking), and a piss-poor story. That said, I loved the battle system, and I got within 3 levels of finishing the bonus dungeon with all Spirit equipment before I stopped playing. Sorry Quanlee, I will never come to understand you.

    3DS Code: 5155-3087-0800
  • DissociaterDissociater Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    I'm not sure if it was mentioned, but I played the crap out of Jedi Power Battles on the PS1. I don't know why, but I just had so much fun unlocking new combos and force owning droids all over the place.

    I don't even have a playstation any more, but I still have this game sitting in one of my cd folders with movies and music.

    Awesome. I keep wishing for a new one.

    I don't know why it got panned so badly. You pick one of a dozen jedi, and run around kicking ass with the force and light sabers....it's like the perfect star wars game...

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  • TaminTamin Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    DaemonSadi wrote: »
    Tamin wrote: »
    Most of the games I wanted to mention have already been:
    Advent Rising
    Hybrid Heaven
    Enter the Matrix
    .. and many others.

    One that hasn't been mentioned (that I saw) was Breath of Fire V: Dragon Quarter. Such a good game.

    Wonderful graphics, branching paths, party members, and story. And, if you've beaten it once, it's fairly easy to go back through and see new cutscenes, or level your characters up with the saved party experience; so easy, in fact, that's how it was designed - it's difficult to go through in one run due to the way the Dragon works. Walking along? That increments the D-Counter very slowly. Transforming into a dragon? D-counter++! And then you have to attack as the Dragon, which skyrockets the counter.

    But! By beating encounters intelligently, you receive party experience, which carries over if you die, if you haven't used it. And by talking to the banker, you can retrieve your Sword of Power +5 from him when you have to start over.

    Encounters are on-the-map, not random. Weapons are awesome because they have powers built into them. And you can assign powers to them, I think. Had an interesting battle system also: you had a pool of AP, and could spend it to walk, but the game isn't hex or square based, so you had to be careful, and make sure that you could still attack after walking.

    My only complaints with the game are a) more paths, that are accessible at low D-Ranks; b) random types of enemies; c) More weapons!; d) more spells!

    Basically, exactly what they gave me, but more of it.

    BoF: DQ hasn't been mentioned because it doesn't suck! It got mixed reviews but still averages pretty decently. I absolutely loved the story in that game. A bit subtle at times but man.. that ending... T.T

    But now I've posted so I must say something on topic... hmmmm... uhh... well... I liked Clock Tower?... I guess other people did too... I'm bad at this game!

    o_O everyone I've talked to pretty much hates the [BoF] game. Glad to hear it has supporters!

  • DarkDragoonDarkDragoon Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    Related to one of the games I mentioned in the other thread, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. It seems to be the most hated game in the series, yet I found it to be one of the most enjoyable.

    Forgiving while still difficult enough to feel like a Fire Emblem? About time!
    Giving you the chance to catch up in levels if you fall behind? That makes characters received after the initial batch more viable for use!
    Branching character development? That's even more replay!
    A world map to explore and do side stuff as you wish, instead of at the game's discretion? More power to me!

    All of those seem like it really improved the formula, yet it seems like others think that it completely ruined the game. It's not like the game was ever holding a gun to your head, saying "GRIND YOUR FUCKING HEAD OFF AND REMOVE THE CHALLENGE OR ELSE!"

    Who was arguing for the sea, and talking about the beach?
    The beach kills sea creatures. It's why we go there. To get naked and watch our enemies die.
  • zacharychaoszacharychaos Registered User
    edited June 2009
    I have to second The Sacred Stones. Really, it was the only Fire Emblem game where you could use a Shaman. Otherwise some Cavalier or Thief would spawn, zip over to your once-protected mage, and deliver the coup de grace.

    In most Fire Emblem games, I just never even bothered to use a character with weak defense.

  • BladeXBladeX Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    Robman wrote: »
    I quite enjoyed Fallout 2

    I also have a special place in my heart for silly games that know what they are, like Bloodrayne

    Well let's be honest here, I'm pretty sure everyone but the people from *place that shall remain nameless* enjoyed Fallout 2. I liked it more then the first one but to be fair to the first one I played the second first.

  • DarkDragoonDarkDragoon Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    I have to second The Sacred Stones. Really, it was the only Fire Emblem game where you could use a Shaman. Otherwise some Cavalier or Thief would spawn, zip over to your once-protected mage, and deliver the coup de grace.

    In most Fire Emblem games, I just never even bothered to use a character with weak defense.
    I also liked how it made thieves viable for use again, both in that you could make sure that they kept leveled up and that if you didn't feel like going for another crit hit machine if you already had enough, you could go for making them even better at stealing stuff.

    Hell, the game actually made it viable to have more than one thief actually reach class upgrade.


    Continuing on the Unlimited SaGa mention, I really liked it as well. A lot of it probably has to do with me playing more table top games than I have in the past, so it just kind of clicked with me as it's one of the few JRPGs that actually felt more like I was playing a D&D session. Plus, the roulette isn't nearly as bad once you realize that it's pretty much giving you direct control over your critical hits and it's really easy to get the result that you want.

    Who was arguing for the sea, and talking about the beach?
    The beach kills sea creatures. It's why we go there. To get naked and watch our enemies die.
  • tsmvengytsmvengy Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    tsmvengy wrote: »
    Monger wrote: »
    Azegoroth wrote: »
    Star Wars:Rebel assault 1&2
    The story was sooo bad, and the gameplay was no masterpiece either, but so help me god, I still played the CRAP out of those games.
    I tried to enjoy Rebel Assault 2. I did. I could see a little nugget of enjoyment buried deep among those FMVs, but that game judged me unworthy.

    An LP of it would be amazing, though.

    Dunno if it's entertaining or not, but:
    *vid*

    You wanna hear a story that's nothing short of tragic?

    As a kid, I did something pretty awesome (I don't remember what) and my folks said I could buy one game. I'd be looking at the stuff about Duke Nukem 3D for a while, played the hell out of the demo, etc. We get to the store and you know what catches my eye and overwhelms my insignificant amount of good judgement?

    Son of a bitchin' Rebel Assault 2.

    I soon realized that I'd made a bad choice. To this day, this remains the worst choice I've ever made regarding buying one game over another. Even that time I traded in something like 6 Super Nintendo games so I could buy a copy of the crappy War of the Monsters port pales in comparison. At least that little incident taught me less about never, ever trading in games at stores because they rip you off every time.

    But Rebel Assault II. So bad.

    You take that back! Rebel Assault 2 was a great game.

    Ok maybe not great.

    But definitely better than worst decision of all time.

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  • zacharychaoszacharychaos Registered User
    edited June 2009
    Schadenfreude (German)

    n: satisfaction or pleasure felt at the misfortune of others.

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    Pac Man 2: The New Adventures, otherwise known as Schadenfreude the Game, is a totally overlooked work of brilliance. Reviews were generally positive, but few even bothered to review this game. PM2 rarely gets the recognition it deserves on lists of "top obscure games" or the like. Really.

    I rented it once when I was 8 and was hooked. I found the Genesis version and a Nomad at a garage sale (score!) a few years later, and probably chewed through 45 double-A batteries playing this game.

    So awesome. Screenshots look like a platformer, but its more like a combination of Super Mario, Lemmings and The Sims.

    This game is just dripping with personality. Which is good, when the only thing you can do is point for Pac Man and hit things/people with a slingshot.

  • PurpleMonkeyPurpleMonkey Why so derp? Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    Just remembered another good one

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    They probably haven't aged well but the first Syphon Filter was great but for some reason even some people who liked the original hated its sequel, admittedly it's pretty short but it's still good stuff though the games did kinda go to pot after 2

    I've heard some good things about the PSP Syphon Filter game though and if I ever do get round to getting a PSP they'll be some of the first games I'll get for it

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  • RenzoRenzo Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    Just remembered another good one

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    They probably haven't aged well but the first Syphon Filter was great but for some reason even some people who liked the original hated its sequel, admittedly it's pretty short but it's still good stuff though the games did kinda go to pot after 2

    I've heard some good things about the PSP Syphon Filter game though and if I ever do get round to getting a PSP they'll be some of the first games I'll get for it

    About the PSP Syphon Filter games: The first one is alright, and the second one is really good, though the underwater section is kind of a bitch.

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  • HalfmexHalfmex Matter of fact... I didn't even give you my coat!Registered User regular
    edited June 2009
    Strikerkc wrote: »
    Ed321 wrote: »
    I did not only enjoy this... It's my favorite game..
    Spoiler:

    Am I reading it wrong, or is that game called "WinBack?" :?
    Damn skippy it's called "WinBack". I've got it on the N64, and it rocks.
    Fuck yes, WinBack was excellent. It could never be considered a 'deep' game by any stretch, but I'll be damned if it wasn't a blast.

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