Your favorite game that no one remembers or has even heard of...

Discussion in 'Misc. and Multiplatform Games' started by Johnny Drama, Apr 24, 2006.

  1. Johnny Drama Sex Panther

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    What game holds a place in your heart but when you try to talk about it you leave people scratching their heads?
    Eternal Champions is to this day one of my favorite games but no one remembers it.
     
  2. GL1 It's pronounced "glee"

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    Beyond Good and Evil is THE most underrated game I've ever even heard of...

    I wonder if anyone remembers "Baseball Stars" on the NES... that was awesome...
     
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    Beyond Good And Evil was an awesome game...
     
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    Blood omen: Legacy of Kain.
     
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    Crimson Sea (The Sequel Sucks But The First One Is Great) & Star Ocean Till The End Of Time
     
  6. Mr. Credible jukebox hero

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    incredible crisis for ps1... awesomely stupid fun game.
     
  7. wiegeabo Omniposcient

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    Baseball Stars! Oh Hell Yeah!
     
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    I LOVED Eternal Champions. It would be cool to see it done as a next gen type beat em up.
     
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    Rock N Roll Racing for the SNES
     
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    Battle Bugs: MSDOS for PC (it came in three diskettes):):)
     
  11. wiegeabo Omniposcient

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    If we're going old school computers, Agent USA and Sneakers for the Apple II/e.
     
  12. Johnny Drama Sex Panther

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    I never played till the end of time but the 2nd Star Ocean (for PSone) is one of my favorite RPG's...
     
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    I don't think anyone from the original Nintendo generation could forget Baseball Star GL1.

    One game I always liked that I'm almost positive no one would even give a try is Cabbage Patch Kids for Coleco Vision. My parents got this for my sister, but I ended up playing it much more than her, it was a lot like Pitfall.
     
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    'AF15'......SOME THINGS ARE BETTER OFF LEFT UNTOLD. :O
     
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    The game I that i first played was paperboy on the old commodore 64, it was my uncles at the time, then he sold it, only for me to play it online 8 years later
     
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    Wonder Boy

    This is on of the earliest memories I have of computer games. My sister used to own this, and I would play it constantly.

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    Kid Chameleon

    What an awesome game. I loved this game for as long as I can remember. Not many people seem to have heard of it though.

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  17. wiegeabo Omniposcient

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    Paperboy and Skate or Die on the Commodore 64...Ahhhh, the memories...:)
    Played Viper on the C-64 too. Simple game, but so addictive.
     
  18. Johnny Drama Sex Panther

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    Pirates Of The Dark Water (Geneseis)

    and

    ROBOCOB <vs> Terminator! (Genesis)
     
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    The c64 was a great console, another few games i enjoyed on that console was proffessional skateboard simulator, professional tennis simulator & fast food dizzy. i was 4 years old when i first played the c 64, had it until it broke back in 98. *Starts reminissing* ahhh
     
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    Fear Effect for the PS1 is an often over looked masterpiece.
     
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    I remember those. Lost many a quarter to Wonder Boy myself. Some of my personal favorites range from Comix Zone, Vector Man and its sequel on Genesis, Chameleon Twist on N64 and Eternal Darkness on Gamecube.
     
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    I Flippin' LOVED
    Eternal Darkness!
     
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    Eternal Champions wasn't anything extraordinary in my opinion, though it had a lot of cool elements. Oh and I used to kick ass as Xavier. :up:
     
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    Was that the mage guy? I was pretty decent with the black guy and the detective fighter.
     

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