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mZuzek said:

Hints for my next three.

#25 - I suppose they couldn't have blood in the game, so they just made the villain bleed green goo.
#24 - The first side-scrolling release in this franchise for 13 years, and it's a remake.
#23 - A console game that required extra memory to be played.

Are you going with two Zelda games here? Would be a high concentration of Zelda, after also having Wind Waker at 26.

#25: Zelda Ocarina of Time?

#24: Crash Bandicoot? Without checking, could’ve been this long between the last game to NSane Trilogy.

#23: Zelda Majora’s Mask? On the other hand maybe you already had this one earlier.



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#31
Hint 1: Second and probably the most well-known game in this classic franchise.
Hint 2: The franchise is getting a movie soon.

#30
Hint 1: You can play a mini game while you wait.
Hint 2: 4 vs 4 multiplayer game.

#28
Hint 1: Pick up objects to throw at your opponent or to hit them.
Hint 2: The first two stages are the kitchen and the garden.

#27
Hint 1: Since this game wants to show the possibilities of the new console, you don't need to push any buttons.

#26
Hint 1: Swedish underground indie game.

#25
Hint 1: Among the characters in the game, there are now also a bee and a caterpillar.


Bonus hint: unlike most of my other games, #31, #28 and #26 aren't Nintendo games, and I didn't even play them on Nintendo consoles (although all three of them are actually available on a Nintendo console/consoles).

Last edited by Flilix - on 07 December 2019

Flilix said:

#31
Hint 1: Second and probably the most well-known game in this classic franchise.
Hint 2: The franchise is getting a movie soon.

#30
Hint 1: You can play a mini game while you wait.
Hint 2: 4 vs 4 multiplayer game.

#28
Hint 1: Pick up objects to throw at your opponent or to hit them.
Hint 2: The first two stages are the kitchen and the garden.

#27
Hint 1: Since this game wants to show the possibilities of the new console, you don't need to push any buttons.

#26
Hint 1: Swedish underground indie game.

#25
Hint 1: Among the characters in the game, there are now also a bee and a caterpillar.


Bonus hint: unlike most of my other games, #31, #28 and #26 aren't Nintendo games, and I didn't even play them on Nintendo consoles (although all three of them are actually available on a Nintendo console/consoles).

#31: Sonic 2

#27: Wii Sports?



Flilix said:

#31
Hint 1: Second and probably the most well-known game in this classic franchise.
Hint 2: The franchise is getting a movie soon.

#30
Hint 1: You can play a mini game while you wait.
Hint 2: 4 vs 4 multiplayer game.

#28
Hint 1: Pick up objects to throw at your opponent or to hit them.
Hint 2: The first two stages are the kitchen and the garden.

#27
Hint 1: Since this game wants to show the possibilities of the new console, you don't need to push any buttons.

#26
Hint 1: Swedish underground indie game.

#25
Hint 1: Among the characters in the game, there are now also a bee and a caterpillar.


Bonus hint: unlike most of my other games, #31, #28 and #26 aren't Nintendo games, and I didn't even play them on Nintendo consoles (although all three of them are actually available on a Nintendo console/consoles).

#30 Splatoon

#26: Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons (there is a surprising amount of swedish games by the way)

#25: Yookah Laylee and the impossible lair

EDIT: #28 might be Elebits

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S.Peelman said:
Flilix said:

#31
Hint 1: Second and probably the most well-known game in this classic franchise.
Hint 2: The franchise is getting a movie soon.

#27
Hint 1: Since this game wants to show the possibilities of the new console, you don't need to push any buttons.

#31: Sonic 2

#27: Wii Sports?

#31 is correct!

#27 is not. You still have to push buttons on all of these Wii games.

Mnementh said:
Flilix said:

#30
Hint 1: You can play a mini game while you wait.
Hint 2: 4 vs 4 multiplayer game.

#28
Hint 1: Pick up objects to throw at your opponent or to hit them.
Hint 2: The first two stages are the kitchen and the garden.

#26
Hint 1: Swedish underground indie game.

#25
Hint 1: Among the characters in the game, there are now also a bee and a caterpillar.

#30 Splatoon

#26: Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons (there is a surprising amount of swedish games by the way)

#25: Yookah Laylee and the impossible lair

EDIT: #28 might be Elebits

#30 is correct!

#26 is not. My hint is actually a lot better than it may seem.

#25 and #28 are also both wrong.



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S.Peelman said:
mZuzek said:

Hints for my next three.

#25 - I suppose they couldn't have blood in the game, so they just made the villain bleed green goo.
#24 - The first side-scrolling release in this franchise for 13 years, and it's a remake.
#23 - A console game that required extra memory to be played.

Are you going with two Zelda games here? Would be a high concentration of Zelda, after also having Wind Waker at 26.
#25: Zelda Ocarina of Time?
#24: Crash Bandicoot? Without checking, could’ve been this long between the last game to NSane Trilogy.
#23: Zelda Majora’s Mask? On the other hand maybe you already had this one earlier.

You're right, there is a high concentration of Zelda. Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask are right.

Crash isn't a sidescroller, though it does have plenty of sidescrolling levels... that one ain't it.



#25 - The second episode in this FPS series has a very memorable (and insane) villain.



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#24: Following the clues left by Marco Polo.



S.Peelman said:
#24: Following the clues left by Marco Polo.

Uncharted 2.

Also, no guesses on my #21 yet, so here's another hint for it.

#21
-The first game in this particular sub-series, set primarily in a Military Academy
-During the game you're periodically sent to investigate an old schoolhouse in the Military Academy's grounds, in which you'll eventually find an ancient mecha called Valimar.

-The third game in this JRPG series was released earlier this year in the west on the PS4.



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