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Alex_The_Hedgehog said:
#49 - Searching for a treasure in Stone Age.

The Flintstones: The Treasure of Sierra Madrock



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BraLoD said:
Alex_The_Hedgehog said:
#49 - Searching for a treasure in Stone Age.

The Flintstones: The Treasure of Sierra Madrock

Correct!!



#49

The first Devil May Cry was great, but kind of short. The second game was an absolute travesty. With DMC3 Capcom finally got everything right. The weapon variety, the combos, the bosses, and the difficulty were are well done. One of the best things introduced with this game was the ability to equip multiple weapons at once, and then switch between them on the fly. Combined with the different fighting styles to choose from, this made for a ton of variety in the game. It also led to insane combo potential. Add in the challenging difficulty and we've got one of the best Hack n' Slash games ever made!



50. You can go from stealth combat to massive ship battles in this game.
49. You go pile treasures in a gold pyramid found inside a jungle that also is a desert and end up rescuing a dead princess that was into a ghostly black cat form.



BraLoD said:

50. You can go from stealth combat to massive ship battles in this game.

50 - Assassin's Creed Black Flag



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Jpcc86 said:
BraLoD said:

50. You can go from stealth combat to massive ship battles in this game.

50 - Assassin's Creed Black Flag

Yaar!

You missed the number 4 in the title, so I'll be taking 500 points away from you, tho.

Which leaves you with a grand total of: -499



The_Liquid_Laser said:

Here are some more clues to my games:

50  a) This GBA game is based on a very old Japanese manga.
b)  The protagonist is both a robot and a boy.

49  a) I will be surprised if anyone gets this one, so here's about as easy as I can make the clue.  This is an early 80's arcade game where you extend your tongue through a maze to eat pellets as well as ants and worms.  At night a spider comes out, which is almost impossible to kill.
b)  There was a clone of this game called "Aardvark" on the Atari 2600.

48  a)  This may be the best looking (and best overall) 2D game on a console known for 3D games with now very dated graphics.
b)  The protagonist's name in this game is the main antagonist's name spelled backwards.

47  a)  This is an early 80's arcade game known for using a trackball to shoot different bugs.  
b)  If you are thinking of two possible games, this would be the first one.

46 a) This game makes great use of the Wii U gamepad by allowing one of the players to split up and still have their own screen.
b)  This game uses well known Nintendo characters, but was not developed by Nintendo.

Weirdly, my reply from hours ago hasn't materialised, but since one of my guesses hasn't been said, as far as I can see, I'll say 47 is Centipede.



#48 高橋名人の冒険島 (Adventure Island) [NES]

This is one I never played growing up, despite it releasing all the way back in 1986, I only played it for the first time last year. You platform from one end of each course to the other whilst trying to maintain your depleting health meter and searching for the myriad of secrets hidden throughout the levels.  The gameplay is simple, but incredibly engrossing, and its BGM is fantastic, absolutely up there with Mario's. The game exudes an innate charm that made me want to play through numerous times, and so it easily earns its place on this list.

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49. Marvel's Spider-Man (PS4)

First Played: 2019

Times Completed: 1

I’ve never been very interested in Marvel, or superheroes in general, but I am a longtime fan of Insomniac Games and I trusted that at the very least, it would be a decent game. I was shocked at how much better it was than I expected. In fact, it’s one of the rare modern games that I’ve started and completed within about a week, as opposed to months or years. Not only is the game beautiful and the story compelling, but even just swinging around is fun and is a brilliant way to traverse the open world. The combat also has more depth than I expected from trailers and I think, after some time, this might climb a bit further up my list.



Time for a few more hints, pretty easy ones too.

47.

11th title in a long running series, using Unreal Engine for the first time. Dragon Quest XI, guessed by Jpcc86

46.

BOY! God of War (2018), guessed by BraLoD

45.

It came on a 24 megabit cartridge. Super Metroid, guessed by S.Peelman

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