Guntz + Speed Ring was quite the beast. He can drive through all kinds of terrain and stab from range.
It's basically Ikari Warriors tank mode. Way better than the NES versions of Ikari Warriors to boot.
Also plays like the Guerrilla War. Great game. You get to be Castro and Guevera in Cuba. No lie.
I recommended this to a friend, he never listened to my recommendations again. But I loved it.
Iron tank guy here, played that too.
>dad watches me play this game
>come home one day from school
>find a thing of cookies on a note pad
>beat it with out me, i know you can do it trooper!
>this is the only time my dad ever did such a thing
I forget the fucking name, but it was some kinda game where you played as Dracula. I think it was a Gameboy Color game and it was really frustrating due to shitty camera and crappy attacks, and it took a long time to move anywhere even while running, and I think it used passwords or something to save..
Fester's Quest is tough as balls too.
This is native American megaman
>That reaction when one of the characters get NTR-ed
I don't understand these threads. If you really post a game that virtually nobody played, you'll get no replies. If you just post a hidden gem that a lot of enthusiasts (ie, people from /v/) are likely to have played, then you'll get replies, but you didn't really follow the "rule" of the thread.
In other words, these threads are fucking stupid.
Is that some Tanarus?
I played that game like mad. That is, until they wanted me to pay to play it.
I used a lightning chassis most of the time. Although I liked to use a devestator with jet jump and get way up on buildings and shell things with mortars.
The strategy game of mercilessly sacrificing your weak cannon fodder in order to screen your better units.
So, there's this one obscure game I played as a kid back in the nineties...
It was 3D, but really bad 3D. You know, block models, floating levels with weird, nondescript backgrounds, pretty empty besides a few enemies.
You played as this man in overalls, and collected Stars or something. Also jumped through like pictures and everything while exploring a castle. The final boss was some Ox Dragon.
Anyone recall this game?
Here's one I guarantee nobody played, especially since I can't remember the name of it. It's a very very old I believe DOS or Win95 game about nursery rhymes. You had to go around collecting shit or something. As I recall it was an adventure game of sorts.
I wish someone HAD played it so they could tell me the name.
I have regular Conflict on the NES.
Desert Command is great too. It's inspired by Rommel and the african theater in WWII.
I HAD THAT GAME!
It was Mother Goose---something, I think.
I remember one quest involve Jack Be Nimble, and he jumped over a candle stick. I definitely do recall that, holy fuck.
Now that I have something to go off of, apparently the name is Mixed-Up Mother Goose. Originally a DOS game. There's an LP on YouTube by a retard.
Thank you, anon. You made my night.
>There are some people that sold the egg for money
>There some people that didnt experience OP domingo flying everywhere and freezing everyone's shit
Can they really say they played it?
They were all free when the game came out.
I liked to use the cloaking tank and put landmines on the recon/healing points. It was great trolling.
My parents wouldn't let me pay for the game once it went premium so I dumped it.
I myself am getting pretty choked up, that's one of the first games I ever played too. :(
My grandpa introduced it to me, just like he did a ton of games back in the day. I miss those days.
The first game I ever played with a symphonic soundtrack. Fucking great SRPG back in its time, I'd kill for a modern sequel/remake.
Accolade is like my most hated game developer ever.
Went back to finally beat this game after it wrecked by shit as a kid and I still cane barely get past the city levels. This game is fucking difficult
it was cool being able to actually skate the parks you built
controls were eh but we didnt know any better at the time
Weird semi-Pokemon game, basically you played like cards or something? I never figured out how the fuck this game worked, but it was pretty fun.
>tfw no sequel to best shining force game
Best survival game. Hands down.
>mfw I make a team with every flying and floating character in the game
Fuck you nigger I fucking love Shining Force.
This is one of my favorite games of all time. It's seriously the kind of game I have to break out and play once a year, I loved it to death. I bought a fucking PS2 just so I could play the sequel, haven't gotten around to it yet though.