Milo Burke wrote:Prince of Persia: Sands of Time
(Although maybe I'm not allowed to post, because I played it on PC.)
bthylafh wrote:GTA San Andreas.
Captain Ned wrote:A-Gaming shall we go!!
One of the downsides of using the "recent posts" link is that I often fail to recognize what forum I'm actually in. Read several posts here and probably wouldn't have realized it was in the Porch until you said so.
jihadjoe wrote:Colin McRae Rally games on the Xbox are pretty awesome! IMO much better at capturing that "rally" feel than DIRT and its successors.
PetMiceRnice wrote:Pinball Hall of Fame (Xbox)
JustAnEngineer wrote:You need the Ratchet & Clank games on your PS2.
derFunkenstein wrote:Voldenuit you're in the wrong generation there, bud.
derFunkenstein wrote:Found my Spider-Man 2 (movie tie-in) disc for Xbox also. Holy crap that was the best Spider-Man game. Voice acting is bad but the actual gameplay is amazing.
Hz so good wrote:Worms: Armageddon
derFunkenstein wrote:Hz so good that's an awesome list. I've played a few of them on Xbox and PS2, and loved every game I've played on your list. Some of them got upgraded for the 360 and PS3, too - I have Ico and Shadow of the Colossus on PS3 thanks to PS+ and I missed them on PS2. Very good. I loved JSRFuture, Burnout 3, Ninja Gaiden, Panzer Dragoon Orta, and Psychonauts, too. I have most of that Dreamcast collection. All I'm missing is Ecco, Resident Evil, and Super Magnetic Neo. I got tons (35-40) of Dreamcast games at Gamestop for 2-5 bucks each around the time the Xbox and Gamecube came out. Think I spent like $120 total. The local one was trying to get rid of the Dreamcast stuff to make way for the new consoles.
Thanks for a monster contribution!
Omniman wrote:I agree with HZ's list. If only Sega hadn't made the game developers angry with the Sega Saturn or the Dreamcast would have around for much longer! One of the best games for the Dreamcast was actually the deep sea fishing game where you would have the reel controller. It was just horribly addictive haha.
Prestige Worldwide wrote:Hz so good wrote:Worms: Armageddon
Much better on PC for ninja roping and better all-around controls. Not to mention that the game still receives support to this day, unheard of for most games from 1999. They have patched in DX9 rendering, high-resolution, and many improvements have been made to the game over the years.
You can even get it on steam now!
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