>ITT: Games you think only you played
I'm gonna redownload that now.
God, that was fun.
Still haven't found anybody who has played this yet
I'd like to know if more people played this.
Did anyone else really enjoy this game or was it just me?
i worked at a resort and we had it, but even in like 2007 it was old and I don't think kids knew ANY of the characters save for Spongebob.
I was too busy mashing peoples faces in Tekken 5 to care though, so many kids lost tokens on my breaks.
I got it because at that time I was REALLY into Neopets and wanted more story stuff for it.
All I do recall from it was the the storyline was kinda dull, and the blue Acara was OP as hell. Supernova, just Supernova. It was shortly after that game I think I dropped Neopets.
The arcade version is actually still at a Red Robin I go to every so often.
Hell I think "Ahh! Real Monsters" was in it iirc. Your point still stands today though, no kids will know any of them besides Spongebob
Yeah I got it for Christmas when it came out and the story was shit, but I enjoyed it as a kid. For some reason Neopets lore was interesting. And the blue fella I didn't like much, I might have to replay the game to see what your talking about. Same about dropping Neopets at that time...same.
but seriously the church part got me so stuck as a kid, and it haunted my nightmares until I got it again through emulation and beat it first try. Weird day that was
>Game made by Konami
>With fucking Bruce Campbell doing at least 40 minutes of full on voice acting
>Came out RIGHT AFTER SotN came out
It's a not a very GOOD game, but holy shit it's silly, goofy, and rather fun to do for at least a few of the endings. I really liked just how many ways you could fuck things up, and how the game responded towards a ton of little details.
>You like Shrek, right anon?
>Y-yeah...thanks Aunt Terri
From what I recall, the game had this entire "RPS" ordeal with the elements, so if you don't use the right element it takes a while to kill things, but the 2P had an attack that just bypasses the entire gimmick outright.
bet none of you niggas played this GOAT
>but the 2P had an attack that just bypasses the entire gimmick outright.
Fo real? I just remember the spam attack and the charge up attack. I thought both attacks were effected by the elements.
I just bought this game on Ebay.
did you play modded versions of Carnivores 2
Playing this with a 3DTV and an extra controller on your dick is amazing
Has anyone ever played this game? I never heard anyone talk about it before
I saw it at an arcade in Oregon
I don't even know how I got the disc (not the one in the pic, this is from google). Was it just in Cap'n Crunch boxes?
Never finished it because it really sucked.
Got this in a pack with other random games in it many years ago.
>First person view eating your way out of a guys chest
Board Game Top Shop.
Destroying friendchips via your nearest PS1!
/vr/ would like a word with you.
Also, your post now makes you my negro.
I bet none of you played this gem
I still have an original copy of that game somewhere in my room
This game's premise was cool as fuck. It was an RTS where your units were 2-animal hybrids you designed yourself by swapping limbs around. The resource cost and research level required were determined by their size, stats, and special abilities.
Think? I know nobody else played this.
i beat this game so many times in separate one time runs because the memory card wouldnt work
My friend had this game. I thought it was the coolest shit. We only played the actual game like once though; we mostly just messed around trying to make the strongest creatures.
Played this on the playstation 1 demo disk, does that count?
Was this included on old Mac computers? I remember it being the only game on my grandmom's computer and I know she didnt install it.
>Was this included on old Mac computers?
Could have been. I just remember that it was on the computers at my elementary school for a while before getting removed for being too violent.
you could really make some metal as fuck combos: bat winged snakes, tigers with fucking shark heads, wolves with gorilla arms that bite AND punch the shit out of everything...
I had that game
>mfw unlocked DA MYSTERY MAN and then losing all of my progress whenever I booted up the game
Thanks for nothing, program files.
Rising Eagle: Futuristic Infantry Warfare. I didn't get to play much before it died.
I genuinely like the hot shots golf series. So comfy.
>beat em up game
>set in the streets of some city
>get to choose between a chick, a big black dude, some other fucks
>you could punch cars and blow them up, and then take the car parts like the tires and use it as weapons
anyone know what this was?
also, there was another ps1 game where you and like 3 other people were in this giant box and the box would flip and you would have to get to the safe side before you fell down and died
I played the shit out of this on my old PC thanks to Scholastic Book Club, when I could order games, books and toys from my primary school way back.
My nigga. Loved the platforming bit and would never understand those bottomless pits.
xbox is a godtier system when it comes to hidden gems
you can just stick your hand in the bargin bin, pull out a handful of games, pay $10 and you will end up with money well spent
God I just wanna jam my dick down eliza's throat.
I can't believe I owned this shit
This game just came to mind, I remembered playing it as a demo back in the day but just wiki'd it.
>release date 01/31/2003
>not actually released in my country
I always forgot the PS1 wasn't discontinued until 2006, crazy stuff.
Get on my level
>Morphius became devoted to studying the Crest, which are odd markings on one's hand, and are considered cursed because of the misfortunes that happen to the bearers. Morpheus was fascinated with the Crest and performed several experiments, thus creating the powerful Palmira armaments and the man-made AI Crest.
>The Moonlight Sword, for example, a weapon that originated in their flagship series, King's Field, also appears in Evergrace as well as its follow-up Forever Kingdom.
The village of Doolin is my favorite location in any game ever
this was great
VD-DEV are truly coding wizards, it's a shame they mostly make shovelware but I can't blame them they are just 3 dudes with other works to maintain apart from game developing.
I remember watching the demo for this over and over again on the first demo disk for ps1
I wanted this game so bad but got Armored Core instead
you'll never flip the demo game panels over to see passwords for secret unlocks again
I've been posting this in the recent threads since I'm currently playing it... and I never ever get another opinion.
Was about to post this, GOAT and such good Co-op mode.
thanks anon, now I remember this garbage.
Pic is my contribution
>the only one left alive is the walking corpse of Spongebob
I remember this one weird as fuck ps1 or dreamcast game that was like beyblade mixed with pokemon. You'd have these weird creatures who were on floating discs in a concave arena and they'd bump into and shoot at one another. One was a weird yellow thing that threw it's head for an attack and I think another was a frankenstein monster. Can't remember the damn things name.
It always feels like I'm the only one. And the sales match that.
Never heard of this game being mentioned at all on /v/
I used to play this with my dad when I was young. It's called Monster Hunter. He passed away last year and I reinstalled it last week. The cd case had a printed page with cheat codes on it and little handwritten notes he took.
Oh god that game
>Get a stupid strong guy who's able to kick ass
>5 minutes after he gets cursed into useless vill
>He will stay like that till almost near the end of the game
>That fucking tree maze
>fuck it, all of the mazes in general with random encounters every 2-3 steps
>Criticals with blocking working off off both button timing AND RNG AT THE SAME TIME.
2&3 for the PS1 was so good~ =3=
Didn't play Champions, but the first one was wonderful. Dino waifu was the best.
That and the Crash one where both interesting, I doubt I would replay ether thought.
>Have 4 different demo disk, each one this game played differently and had at least 2 different VS changes
God damn Tiny Tank and Blasto! where like Development hell for the PS1 era, and it was only thanks towards demo disk that people got to experience that first hand.
I guess I'm winning.
God dammit.. GOD FUCKING DAMMIT! SOMEONE OUT THERE SAY YOU HAVE PLAYED THIS. ANOTHER ONE OF THESE SHITTY THREADS WITHOUT ANY MENTION OF THIS GAME ITS GOING TO MAKE ME CUM
Cold Zero: The Last Stand
My grandpa gave it to me and to this day I have not found anybody who has played it. The stealth sucked but running through the levels with an autoshotgun was great.
I could barely get that game to run as a kid, but I liked roaming around the levels. Then again, I also explored the hell out of Lego Racer 2, and that game is garbage.
i will never meet someone else who also played pop
It was a really fun game, best monster was the giant robot
Anybody remember some early 2000s semi-educational computer game where you followed around some goofy feminine-looking raptor on a quest to get eggs? There's one area with a bunch of tar pits and that's about all I remember.
fuck I hate Elisa Tomberry so fucking much, that stupid face of her is so punchable
I want to bully her and corer her into suicide
my biggest regret as an avid Wii fan was never buying this game, i just know its going to be a collectors item and i came so close to getting it so many fucking times, god dammit i wish i had it
Its only 35-38 bucks new on amazon. Its not too late, anon!
They had this on all of the computers at the local YMCA.
Shit was fun, and everybody knew all the cheat codes.
I don't think anyone outside of my township has ever heard of it though.
Fun as fuck to play with the doodle creator and fighting was pretty fun but the story was shit
Came packed in with my very first computer, a lugger of an old Compaq. Good times~
Why the fuck would I hate scientists?
don't even know why it had a nuke in the multiplayer but it was broke as fuck
>Game comes out in Japan
>Westerners see it and there's essentially a campaign of fans who want the game released here
>Game gets brought over
>Game comes out, sells terribly save for people with actual taste like /v/ (even had a lot of online tourney stuff on here, good times)
>Every single media outlet that reviews it whines about the fact that it's not MvC
>Constantly whines about playing as anime characters and not Spider-man and other faggot shit
>Game community dies
>about 6 months later MvC3 gets announced and eventually gets released as a gigantic piece of shit slapped together quickly with enough paid DLC to shock EA
I fucking hate "gamers" and this whole american nerd faggot culture
Guess the game. I will give you a hint
Only the mustard race has played this one
Trying to find any information about this game, much less people who have played it, is a fucking chore. I only remember playing a demo off a certain disc that I don't remember much else about.
Incoming and Uprising were great games. I never did beat incoming, I think it was one of the winter levels. Fuck, that was too many years ago
I remember having to drive over 50km to find a box copy of this game when it was released. I played the demo and absolutely loved it. I had never heard of Jagged Alliance before, but looking back at it now this was a great mission-based Jagged Alliance clone in 3D. To this day I have never, ever, EVER heard of another soul who played Shadow Company.
Like Depth, but with 100% less multiplayer and made about a decade prior.
Incoming was my first 3D game and first PC game. I must have been, like, nine or ten when I played it and it blew my mind that a computer could come with a free game. For months I figured it was a demo disc or something and never even put it in.
Man, I don't know if I was just absolute garbage at vidya back then or if the game itself was just that hard, but I remember getting brutalized for weeks. My memories are all a hazy fog of trial and error brute forcing my way through it. I like to think I beat it, but I can neither confirm nor deny that.
>All this time and love sunk into making games only a few people will enjoy
>no real recognition or riches to come with it
I remember passing this as a kid without looking up shit on the internet.
For years I thought this but it seems to have a pretty loyal following on /v/. Rightly so, because it's fucking awesome.
I loved how any 3D game back when was "move over, mario." I had a PC Gamer demo disc with a demo for the first Tomb Raider, and the description said "Move over, Mario, there's a new 3D game star in town" or some bullshit. Like how the fuck is Tomb Raider anything remotely like Mario?
Escape Velocity (also EV Nova)
>Those default character names
>Just a regular shmuck making his way in the universe
I used to fap to an ad for that game that was in my Playstation magazine. I'm pretty sure it was this one.
This is probably the fourth time I've posted this
Someone out there must have played this...
this game consumed about 500+ hours of my time
Like diablo, but samurai flavoured, and you controlled 4 guys at once, and it was grindy as fuck.
you mean there was ANOTHER scooter game?
>tfw 8 years old and too retarded to brake properly so spend the entirety of the race crashing into shit and enjoying the destruction physics.
Got it free with the first PC my family got. Fun as fuck even though it only had five levels.
Maybe this, I don't know how popular it was
i remember playing the fuck out of a demo of this I had from a magazine disc and loving it. Was the full game any good?
pretty much a b& test, i feel bad if you didn't play this game
This was the first game I ever beat.
I remember something about a goose giving me tons of trouble when I played it.
I remember really liking this game too. I was at the top of leaderboards for a while.
it had grandpa's teeth. you had to chase it around and catch it.
Game was fun as shit btw, I loved it.
speaking of GBC ports
I remember wanting to love this game so badly, and I played the hell out of it, but man it was bad.
Especially since the other two races have vision modes that let you specifically see where the enemies are and the marines get night vision and a motion tracker.
I mean basically...
Predators: Selective Visibility, med Mobility, focus on Ambush.
Aliens: High Visibility, High mobility, focus on melee and ambush.
Marines: Low visibility, medium mobility, focus on frontal assault.
Corporals: Marines 2.0
Now the problem is that you have a species that is supposed to play full assault, but all his enemies are playing ambush. Especially if life cycle is on, then you're really fucked.
That's really the one reason I never wanted to play marines, they're so unbalanced compared to the others.
Am I the only one who got kinda spooked by this?