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PwerlvlAmy said:
Errorist76 said:

You mean Caveman Ugh-lympics? I loved that game as a kid. 

Caveman Games was great. Loved rushing to start a fire and then bopping the other play on the head so u get a head start

My favourite discipline always was grabbing the women by the hair and throwing them lol



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MasterThief said:
VGPolyglot said:
Non-online? Is that so people don't say Sea of Thieves?

no I just like single player games and if I say multiplayer everyone here will say Rainbow 6 siege and Titanfall 2. 

but I digress. personally. I don't consider "games" that don't have that much story context as SoT a game anymore. they are more of a hobby.

I totally disagree and I'm at the opposite side of the fence.  I don't see what a story has to do with a videogame.  I'm 3 days into SoTs and I've had more memorable moments than I've ever had in a SP story heavy game.

By your logic, is PacMan not a great videogame?  There's no story in that and many would argue it's the most recognized videogame character on the planet.



I'm gonna go in a different direction here and say Snakes for the Ngage as my pick for most underrated. The levels were well thought out, the controls surprisingly smooth, and was one of the most addictive games I've ever played. Sadly no one owned the platform and very few got to try it, but it was definitely a gem.

https://youtu.be/aAktOp_7wCI



FragileSurface said:
The Last Remnant. I've been thinking of playing it again.

Wait I played ~7 hours of that like when it came out on PC but I remember that my pc died and I never bothered playing it again tho I lost the copy (i had a physical pc copy). it was awesome. and I hate turn based games. 

 

such a bad ass game with out of this world visuals at the time. 



I'd say Star Wars Rogue Leader for the Gamecube. In my opinion it's the best Star Wars game and the best Gamecube game. Despite being a launch title for a 6th gen system it still looks really good today. I spent more time playing Rogue Leader than I did playing Super Smash Brothers Melee, which shows just how much replay value the game had. At the time it was a critical success, but maybe because it was a Gamecube exclusive it's been largely forgotten. But it deserves to be remembered just like KOTOR, Battlefront 2 (2005), and Tie Fighter.



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Katamari Damacy, the original one on the PS2. The later games just do not hold a candle to the original, and yet I don't think there are that many copies of the original out there. The result is that people just don't realize how great this game really is.



I'd say early Level 5 games on ps2 don't get the recognition they deserve. Both Dark Cloud 1 and 2 were amazing games back then and still are. Same goes for Rogue Galaxy.



 

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