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Ajescent said:
Sony should do a version of Smash Bros


Can we try and let the thread go peacefully!? This is just camouflaged flaming. Now even if it was a joke. NOT EVERYONE UNDERSTANDS THOSE!

So again, can we?



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GTA,oh wait,nevermind!!!!!!



Somini said:
kljesta64 said:
Turok 2 Seeds of Evil (N64)

every level is big as any Call of Duty game. Dinosaurs and aliens combined in one game is awesome. its freaking hard its almost a survival game. even the AI is better lol


Oh Turok, wow i had forgotten that one. Good times those were! Have you tried Dino Crisis 2 by the way, was just as awesome in my opinion.

yea I have  

i just dont get it how this game is lost and forgotten. 

second level riding triceratops and that music ,atmosphere...



Tsubasa Ozora

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The battle system in the Mario&Luigi series.
It is by far my favourite JRPG battle system, you have to observe your enemies very closely, memorise their "attack-patterns" and press A or B at the right time to not get attacked/damage the enemie.
It´s simple, elegant, easy to learn/ hard to master (the system in general) and brilliant



GTA, correctly.



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Final Fantasy IX



orniletter said:
The battle system in the Mario&Luigi series.
It is by far my favourite JRPG battle system, you have to observe your enemies very closely, memorise their "attack-patterns" and press A or B at the right time to not get attacked/damage the enemie.
It´s simple, elegant, easy to learn/ hard to master (the system in general) and brilliant


That's a good one, and I'm surprised we don't see more RPGs and the like, like that.

 

My pick: WWF No Mercy (N64). Still the king of wrestling games, although the Day of Reckoning games on the GameCube were worthy sucessors. Then they just stopped coming.



I want to see Metal Gear Solid and Dark Souls have a baby.



4 ≈ One

kljesta64 said:
Turok 2 Seeds of Evil (N64)

every level is big as any Call of Duty game. Dinosaurs and aliens combined in one game is awesome. its freaking hard its almost a survival game. even the AI is better lol

Turok 2 is such a great game. Man, I wish that series hadn't fallen on such hard times.

I think we need more old-school shooters like Turok in general. It seems like every first-person shooter in the past decade has borrowed/stolen from Halo and Call of Duty (which has produced some excellent games, don't get me wrong) but I would like to see a few more shooters that embrace their baser instincts: fast action, hordes of enemies, devastating weapons, etc.

I'd also like to see more games where confronting the environment is a serious obstacle. Games like Ico and the Prince of Persia games where players have to scale walls, cross chasms, do acrobatics, etc.



Super Mario Galaxy (Well I guess Sega is)

Windwaker (Cel Shade dat sucker)

Metroid Prime/Portal. The combination of 1st person platforming and shooting mechanics makes this a blast.

Starcraft BW. Instead of the weird rock paper scissors of SC2, BW had the epitome of balance on all sides and units. Really need more devs to try to aim for the perfect balance instead of the whole Jedi curve thing,




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