Why is this game so damn good, but what in the fuck is up with the difficulty?
That's probably fair. It depends what criteria you use to choose "the best", I suppose. In terms of balancing a good game with respect of the license then this has to be up there.
Can't speak for the PS one, but while War for Cybertron had good writing/VA and average everything else
was fantastic in every respect. Don't have a single complaint.
Eh. It was pretty short. Kind of felt like you were just getting used to using a particular Transformer and you'd be moved on to the next level with a new PC. Don't get me wrong, I loved that game but it doesn't compare especially well with some of the other games mentioned in this thread.
Such a great game from my childhood.
One of my most memorable moments in vidya happened in that game.
I went to squidwards house and i was bored and a little shitter so i was spamm talking squidward
I did that about like 20 times because i liked cutting squidward's voice off, but then outta nowhere he gives me a golden spatula to shut me up, literally.
The best David Bowie game by far
That's part of what I liked about it because you never felt bored of a particular playstyle.
Maybe it doesn't compare, but as a TF fan it's great to see it done justice.
Doesn't mean Spider-Man 2 didn't revolutionize the way we played as Spider-Man and most games afterwards have tried to emulate either the feeling of SM2, ie TASM2 and WoS, or tried to emulate the mechanics, ie USM and SM3.
If you don't think this was the dopest shit then I pity you.
Yeah, the music was one of the best points of the game.
But even if you don't consider it, I find that Cold Shadow was a legitimately good game by its own merits, it's even cool how it's just Donal Duck playing a role like an actor. The gameplay was good, the levels had enough variety and the graphics were top notch.
I still play this series to this day. Why can't capcom, konami, etc; make these games again? They're so fucking good.
Is that the multiplayer one where Mickey and Minnie would change clothes each stage? And there was a level with a giant cloud for a boss that you fought with vacuum cleaners in suits like the Ghostbusters?
If yes, thanks. I didn't remember the name of this game, I used to rent it and play with my sister back then.
I preferred the general transformers ps2 title. Maybe nostalgia, but this shit was so perfect. The environments were awesome, the minicon use was great, and I loved playing it