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54fea6 No.14791522

Years and years ago I saw this game called UltraVixen at a friend's house. Must have been 1998, if not 1997.

There's very little info about it and I don't even know if I even saw the original game, it could have been UltraVixen 2.

It looked horrible even then, I don't know if anyone was able to fap to it.

Anyway, what are some games only you remember?

ff4849 No.14791542

File: 4d3f6ce9b1ec565⋯.jpg (80.85 KB, 348x230, 174:115, 4590279961.swf.jpg)

File: 77f1e1345793eaf⋯.png (255.82 KB, 962x565, 962:565, Big_Job_(Norewegian_editio….png)

File: 6f5b76efd8cb103⋯.jpg (21.31 KB, 220x303, 220:303, Haven_Call_of_the_King.jpg)


54fea6 No.14791580

File: 914f7b4edd27b51⋯.jpg (119.44 KB, 640x480, 4:3, 1468611680-3460849526.jpg)

One day Ariel, an ordinary schoolgirl, is left after the classes by her biology teacher. The teacher, a pervert, as every girl in the school seems to know, seduces Ariel. While he does it, he is transformed into the Overlord, a creature who seduces and tortures girls and young women. As Ariel reaches her climax a portal opens dragging her 900 years into the future. There she learns of Overlord's time portals, through which he has set up a series of erotic torture dens for young girls across time and space. Ariel now becomes an Ultra Vixen and she decides to use her Superclimax power to disrupt the continuum and seal Overlord's temporal access. To do so Ariel will have to channel herself into the minds of sexually tortured victims and reach the climax.


a0524c No.14791658

File: 6f4e47ea23aae3f⋯.jpg (63.08 KB, 640x908, 160:227, Dr-Seuss-039-The-Cat-in-th….jpg)

Never heard anyone talk about it on /v/.


eff060 No.14791664

>>14791522

THIS NEEDS A 2018 REMAKE IN HIGH QUALITY GRAPHICS

just imagine


a52db0 No.14791668

>>14791658

I remember someone mentioning emulating it a while back, it was probably you.


a0524c No.14791671

>>14791668

That's correct, I recommended it.


da21f3 No.14791760

I remember the incredibles, not the beat em up but the first tie in crap which I recall was an okay game but no one really talks about the fact that you can play as Elastigirl and how she would grunt/yell when hurt, that made my penis very hard, the same thing with one of the Fantastic Four games around the xbox/psx/gamecube era.


e15c3d No.14791783

>>14791658

Wasn't there a Grinch game for the PS1 that was alright?


209021 No.14791831

>>14791783

There totally was, it had schematics for a submarine among other shit and had a hub-like level design. Impressive for the PS1 era.


723ef1 No.14791835

File: a91da92a02c70aa⋯.jpg (180.71 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, Neopets.jpg)

File: d3e23f38b3e6087⋯.mp4 (1.39 MB, 480x360, 4:3, neopets the darkest faerie….mp4)

I'm sure there are plenty of fans of this game in

The Fur Community

but for a Neopets game it's better then you would expect.

It had two playable characters you can switch between, one a knight and the other a sorceress both have their own gear which you buy upgrades for at town shops.

It's been a long time since i'v rented it, but now i want to give it another shot just for old times sake, i never ended up beating it.


d51203 No.14791844

>>14791835

I thought this game was a little expensive (like 20-25) but it's pretty cheap. I remember hearing it was alright. The company hasn't done very many games, mostly ports/tech stuff and cool boarders.


a45b19 No.14791860

>>14791580

Long ago in a distant land, I, the Overlord, the shape shifting master of lewdness, unleashed an unspeakable evil. But a foolish schoolgirl wielding a magic dildo stepped forth to oppose me. Before the final blow was struck, I tore open a portal in time, and flung her into the future where my perversion is law. Now the fool seeks to return to the past and undo the future that is Overlord.


986255 No.14792911

File: 91e82f08bbc7562⋯.gif (932.19 KB, 245x150, 49:30, jKkEdnY3847589237489579823….gif)


90eea7 No.14792984

File: 0fdc469c214e2a1⋯.jpeg (96.71 KB, 900x1000, 9:10, hex maniac question.jpeg)

There once was an DOS FPS gaym where you walk through a garden maze, go inside a castle, punch a skellington, go down some stairs, encounter a giant sanic fast 3D cockroach and then died.

What was it called /v/?


d010fd No.14793052

File: 55ceac086262c43⋯.gif (376.3 KB, 481x349, 481:349, hiphy.gif)


54fea6 No.14793124

>>14792984

>What was it called /v/?

Dunno, but maybe it's a dream you had and not a game?


771258 No.14793241

I remember some 2d sidescroller where you play 3 Vikings I don't remember the name but I am so far the last person to know about it to my knowledge. Ring any bells?


9de293 No.14793250

>>14791542

>3rd image

I remember playing it often. It was a bizarre game, especially with its lifespan design. If I recall right, MC (and basically everyone in it, barring from villains) are enslaved with some kind of magic/bracelet that drains their life over time unless they top them up with some kind of collectable currency. You're basically rushed into playing the game as fast as possible and collect them, while fighting enemies with a yo-yo. Also, the game was the first in a trilogy, but for some reason it didn't do well and ended there. It ended on a cliff-hanger with the MC chained to a rock next to the king while their life slowly drains away. I don't remember the full story or what else happened in the game. Maybe a train ride where you shoot down enemy ships with a turret.


90eea7 No.14793291

>>14793124

Not sure, I remember playing it alongside Fatal Racing which is a real game.

The game also had walls of german text in barely legible Fraktur before each level.


fe14df No.14793311

You want hard mode? Here's fucking hard mode.

As a kid we had this knock-off chinese console that had those "1000 games in 1" yellow cartridges that were just various NES roms and romhacks. Well, there was one game where you played as some sort of robot or a dude in a robot suit. It was a 2D action platformer and each level ended with a boss, but either due to the game or the rom in question being bugged, after the second boss (some yellowish dude you fight on some sort of bridge), that fight would just repeat forever but it would alternate between the normal fight and the same fight but without any sounds.


54fea6 No.14793337

>>14793311

If you had to compare the graphics yo some other game's graphics, which would it be?

I mean, that could be a clue.


304cbe No.14793343

>>14793250

It's a virus and the currency is a temporal antidote. The ending is more harsh: the MC is immortal at that point, that's why he doesn't end up killed.


fe14df No.14793544

>>14793337

If I remember it correctly (and mind you my memory is VERY blurry on this) it was something along the lines of the first TMNT NES game.


c8d13a No.14793561

>>14791860

i read it in his voice, i miss him


7cb544 No.14793703

>>14793561

Me too anon. Im glad he didn't live long enough to see them ruin his character on avatar.


6d3c63 No.14793797

File: 73c120b22a47abd⋯.png (168.58 KB, 220x315, 44:63, Land_of_the_Dead_-_Road_to….png)

The singleplayer was literally better than The Last of Us and multiplayer was literally better than any Zombie multiplayer games exists.


f27fe1 No.14793816

File: efce24165fafb90⋯.jpeg (16.09 KB, 220x312, 55:78, images (30).jpeg)


3483b3 No.14793817


ad2c9a No.14793832

>>14793816

that game was utter shit


3fca8e No.14793878

File: d7bb4bead7b9d0d⋯.png (6.51 KB, 640x220, 32:11, sector-warping.png)

Most popular multiplayer game of the early '90s, captivated people for years, was the first online game with a botting problem, now unrecognized by all. Feels bad, but at the same time, feels good that it is unlikely to ever be soiled by current year.


f572ca No.14793887

>>14793241

Lost Vikings


f572ca No.14793895

>>14792984

Catacomb Abyss maybe?


221682 No.14793916

File: 4b2e44111d25c90⋯.jpg (73.3 KB, 600x528, 25:22, ArmorCommandJCf_1.jpg)

File: 2b1a60fd30c9f99⋯.jpg (35.09 KB, 350x501, 350:501, 7-blades.jpg)

File: 6f583e7b87aef6a⋯.jpg (290.53 KB, 1491x1000, 1491:1000, 1266565039_neverend_dvd_ge….jpg)

File: 603a9936334bec9⋯.jpg (58.93 KB, 534x640, 267:320, 1409911-1555.jpg)

Armor Command was an alright RTT game which was also my first PC game.

7-Blades was a completely forgettable Japanese action game that had meh combat but a really interesting story involving golden mecha dragons from ancient Yamatai culture.

Neverend was some shitty and bland game from Poland, I think. I only bought it because it had a pretty girl on the cover. It was a mistake.

Robo Rumble was one of those early 3D games which actually tried to use its new technology. It had units which were made of different parts which I like but the game is actually a puzzle game in the guise of an RTT. I never beat it past the first few missions.


54fea6 No.14794773

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

How weird that some forgotten games are on consoles, I figured this thread would be PC only.


7965bc No.14794930

File: f102e21edb160ec⋯.png (22.73 KB, 660x520, 33:26, pic1.png)

File: 42ca5a79897ee96⋯.png (9.31 KB, 421x322, 421:322, main character.png)

File: b2b7801a44f0f1e⋯.png (24.62 KB, 746x503, 746:503, mission results.png)

This is probably my 3rd attempt at trying to explain this game and figuring out what the hell it was called. Forgive the crude MS Paint, but I am at my wits end.

The game is centered around you piloting an airboat. At the start of missions a helicopter drops off a part that you need to deliver to the end of the level. If you get to the end of the level without dying, you deliver the part and get extra points, but the game doesn't end if you lose it on the way. At the end of the level, if you scored well, there are two babes that empty the airboat of the money you collected into a bank and give the main character a kiss on the cheek. If you sucked with your points, you didn't get any babes at the end of the level.

The main character is just a regular cool guy with a life jacket, a green shirt, and cool shades. I don't remember much of the enemies, but I remember there being ninjas that popped out of the water at the later levels. The game was also pretty hard from what I remember. There was a bonus level where you entered an arena and jumped through fiery hoops to get points. You controlled the airboat with a steering wheel controller.

Any ideas?


f489ea No.14795016

File: 1f6c5a8dafabd44⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 43.22 KB, 393x400, 393:400, 1403060712339.png)

What are some games that only remember you?


c580e5 No.14795123

File: fac5b3cc002d867⋯.jpg (59.58 KB, 800x600, 4:3, fac5b3cc002d867cbbb0ba9d54….jpg)


147874 No.14795148

File: 3fbd2e4aff58a9b⋯.jpg (22.35 KB, 480x360, 4:3, dummies_GB.jpg)

The factory and space stages were great.

>>14791542

Hey, I vaguely remember playing Haven. It was okay, but the racing levels and QTE segments fucking sucked.


3a4447 No.14795152

File: e161c26f0ec620e⋯.jpg (153.58 KB, 1000x897, 1000:897, 718gu3UKEdS._SL1000_.jpg)

>>14795016

Nintendogs.


f39652 No.14795281

File: 2391e40386f2918⋯.jpg (21.06 KB, 220x285, 44:57, Tongue_of_the_Fatman_North….jpg)

File: 1bf67a597b56ed3⋯.jpg (14.66 KB, 250x260, 25:26, 250px-Dragonwars_box_small.jpg)

File: 87642c89f3ce3db⋯.gif (67.19 KB, 1280x800, 8:5, dragon-wars-screenshot-mys….gif)

It's a shitty fighter that I think released on consoles as Slaughter Sport, but nobody remember the PC version called Tongue of the Fatman. Never played it myself, but I remember seeing it on the shelf at Babbages and in magazine advertisements.

I also never see anybody talking about Dragon Wars, which was a pretty good dungeon crawler that I got for Christmas one year. Don't think I ever beat it. Got up to the final boss Namtar, had some trouble beating him - so I took a short break from the game before going out to grind some more levels, and the HDD failed before I could get back to him.


725514 No.14795303

File: 36a0102134518e7⋯.jpg (43.96 KB, 640x468, 160:117, Iggy.jpg)


e8e7f8 No.14795306

>>14795016

Animal Crossing


e0eef2 No.14795319

>>14795303

this game is fucking awesome, used to play it with my friend a couple of years ago


725514 No.14795328

>>14795319

I never owned it but back around 2001 or so, I would always rent it and play it with one particular friend. When it started up, we would shout

IGGYYYYYY'S WRINKLY BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLS!


73b1b4 No.14795422

File: e9f1233b501cffd⋯.jpg (87.03 KB, 800x600, 4:3, rc cars.jpg)

File: 53bebb1aae1544c⋯.jpg (98.12 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, stunt gp.jpg)

RC Cars, you are racing as RC cars (duh) on tracks with people, animals and normal vehicles (who kick you or shoot you into the Sun), as well as other environmental hazards, and you have to dodge them while racing. There were 3 cars (I think they were upgradeable, but I couldn't figure out it at the time) and tracks were fun and full of traps and shortcuts.

Stunt GP, racing on actual tracks, there are more cars with varying stats, you have battery which slowly runs out of charge and you have to do stunts or go to the pitstop to recharge, but since you need battery to go fast and use boost, you mostly just take all the jumps you can to do stuns.

There is also another game, Balls, but I'm not sure if I can find any info on it anymore… It was about going fast too, but it was a 3d platformer (fairly primitive) that actually was about an oblate spheroid that slides around, but you had no speed cap, so it was mostly about using momentum to get wherever you needed. And jumping, and power-ups.


a4aedf No.14796643

File: 15aef0e2bce6742⋯.jpg (283.04 KB, 980x980, 1:1, Hey guys what's going on i….jpg)

File: efcded5088e48ba⋯.jpg (720.72 KB, 1655x1753, 1655:1753, Oh....jpg)


e4ed1f No.14796776

>>14794930

That sounds a lot like Cobra Triangle


60eeaf No.14796822

>>14791580

Old H-Games, like old anime, are quality.


a4aedf No.14796855

>>14796822

Hand drawn shit maybe. 3D H-games and anything else for the most part are pure fucking shit to look at.


60eeaf No.14796864

File: 09a33ec88b0110e⋯.jpg (21.25 KB, 480x360, 4:3, toadman.jpg)

File: 24a9634d48e4167⋯.jpg (88.33 KB, 800x600, 4:3, battle-beast_7.jpg)

File: 1903afd73db7565⋯.jpg (102.42 KB, 1200x888, 50:37, torrins.jpg)

>>14791522

Two games that came to mind were Battle Beast, a PC game with kind of crappy controls but well animated characters that had a lot of charm.

Torrin's Passage was a Sierra point and click that had a really interesting plot, was well animated and felt like a 90s Saturday Morning cartoon in a lot of ways.

Both came bundled with the IBM Aptiva in the mid 90s. Mechwarrior 2 got the most play of that bundle from me, but nobody got that.


60eeaf No.14796866

>>14796864

'forgot that


5b3d97 No.14796926

File: d4e5c2afccffb5a⋯.jpg (31.63 KB, 640x480, 4:3, 86_2.jpg)

>>14796864

A man of distinguished tast I see.


367f0f No.14797075

>>14793916

>7 Blades

You could probably consider any of those odd Japanese games that didn't come further west than PAL for whatever reason forgotten, at least on NA-heavy imageboards. While emulation and loading are certainly options these days, the fact that we never got them back in the day hampers awareness of stuff like that, Sword of Etheria, Swords of Destiny, Demon Chaos, etc. To be fair though, I'm not sure of the quality of those things, whether NA had actual reason to pass on them, or if PAL made a mistake (though I suppose some cases like Monster Attack and Global Defence Force being picked up by PAL paved the way for NA to get the entries after them as Earth Defense Force).


e970f6 No.14797101

File: 30d6027110e5f1a⋯.jpg (26.76 KB, 263x378, 263:378, FuryGameLogo.jpg)

I wonder just how many dead-on-arrival MMOs were released in the 2000's.


33d14a No.14797167

File: 60e4e8e605945ab⋯.jpg (273.97 KB, 1600x1200, 4:3, Vanguard-wallpaper-8[1].jpg)

>>14797101

Remember Vanguard Saga of Heroes? I have the CE lying around somewhere.


046cfc No.14797185

>>14791658

Fuck this game.

The GBA version is complete ass.


046cfc No.14797446

File: c42b2a04c6321f8⋯.jpg (36.24 KB, 480x360, 4:3, shit game.jpg)

File: d137e8e790a55bd⋯.jpg (37.94 KB, 450x450, 1:1, bolt.jpg)

File: b6141470ff71ef1⋯.jpg (165.1 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, serveimage.jpg)

I've got a few obscure games I've played. The Seaworld game was complete ass, legitimately nothing about it is fun. All I remember is those damn sea mines. As for Bolt, it was a game of some Disney movie that nobody remembers. I think it was some sort of 3D platformer?

And Best Friends? It was the first digitally purchased game I ever played. The game was actually pretty decent, but the devs weirdly called themselves Retro64 when the N64 was still a commercially relevant platform.


df937a No.14797457

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Ring of Red.

Alternate history post-WWII Japan, but with giant robots.

Shame this game never got much recognition because it was an obscure Japanese turn based tactics launch title for the PS2.


725514 No.14797459

HookTube embed. Click on thumbnail to play.

>>14797446

>bolt

rib in beace brian577 :DDDD


725514 No.14797515

HookTube embed. Click on thumbnail to play.

>>14795422

>Balls

Ballz 3D? :)


b2fbc0 No.14797538

>>14796834

Fuck yeah anon, my grandparents bought me this off the Home Shopping Network. Only thing I ever saw on there that I had to have.


b2fbc0 No.14797542

File: 7801322537f6216⋯.jpg (88.09 KB, 640x418, 320:209, madmaze_crone_large.jpg)


22824f No.14797552

Evil Twin on PS2.

On the late era of 3D platformer boom, small title can just vanish in the timestream, like north-mongolian gender-neutered bathroom shooter scoreboards.


22824f No.14797596

>>14797101

We should make a List of 2000-20XX, dead MMO:s. I remember one that had white/lightblue/gray consept art, and a big face on promo material. It was going to be the biggest shit ever, but now I can't even remember the name.


046cfc No.14797598

File: 3f69cda10ddb13c⋯.mp4 (10.99 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, life of brian577.mp4)

>>14797459

At this point, it's almost tradition that I never go a week here without remembering NeoFAG's implosion. Can Google or something die next? is vogons pozzed?


9eaff7 No.14797611

File: 2ed84af9edfd719⋯.gif (107.43 KB, 468x60, 39:5, img49.gif)

File: 2253997b31b9197⋯.jpg (92.13 KB, 640x853, 640:853, 35935175_0.jpg.jpg)

File: 0002f2ff9db2179⋯.jpg (50.77 KB, 640x480, 4:3, 35935175_1.jpg.jpg)

File: 9d1620295ed9a84⋯.jpg (69.09 KB, 680x449, 680:449, 9d1620295ed9a84e21b0a280ec….jpg)

File: b01e00c2758ec59⋯.png (189.6 KB, 313x403, 313:403, thumb.png)

>Obscure kids activity center

>It had really cool information and a ton of cool features

>Best part was the games

>Included free demos of a lot of pretty cool games

>Some of them needed internet connection

>Didn't have internet connection

>There's little to no information about this activity center nor the games it included

>mfw

Also there's this piece of shit game they made us play at school.

>>14797446

I did like Bolt and I watched it a couple of weeks ago. A solid if bland movie.


725514 No.14797630

>>14797598

As fun as it was and as hard as we fucked them, I can never shake the feeling that we didn't fuck them nearly hard enough. That cyclical was so energizing, though. Thanks for the horse porn in the evenings, you fuckers.


0dbf2f No.14797631

File: 92aaea6e8422877⋯.jpg (77.72 KB, 533x752, 533:752, LEGOCreatoKnighs.jpg)


22824f No.14797649

File: a7a2d42980a4f60⋯.webm (3.03 MB, 854x480, 427:240, Obama5.webm)

>>14797598

>Can Google or something die next?

That's a bit meta question. Can Viacom, The Alphabet Company or Tencent die? Answer is no, because they don't exist like normal companies, they just occupy the global legal space given to them, and expand to fill that space like sponges.


4f6e60 No.14797730

File: ec9953e2fc328bc⋯.png (177.06 KB, 800x1145, 160:229, 172027-armed-and-dangerous….png)

I'm actually sort of surprised this game isn't better known.


d7c510 No.14797760

File: 24f939ff376d0fa⋯.jpg (87.93 KB, 640x480, 4:3, screen2.jpg)

Does anyone remember the wonderland games? I played all of them but fuck the levels where you have to runaway from large amounts of chompers.

>>14797446

>best friends forever

I remember that shit. I think it was kinda like marble madness but with penguins. It's actually really good.


13e4ff No.14797774

>>14797649

Can we get 2008 Obama back? What did they do with him?


7168fe No.14797789

>>14797774

Obama never changed. They didn't do anything to him. He was a figurehead, a soulless puppet for the Democratic party. He was just following the status quo of the time. Like how Hillary hated gays until it became cool to like gays. Neither Obama or Hillary had any agency


046cfc No.14797791

>>14797760

I think I've got the registered version burned to a CD somewhere.


9596f0 No.14797840

File: a323ac892ed5f1e⋯.jpg (14.43 KB, 372x266, 186:133, Bodu_Harvest_DMA_N64.jpg)

It gets some recognition but I hardly hear anyone talk about Body Harvest.


84b80b No.14797920

File: 5f6663f83a470e2⋯.jpg (94.96 KB, 750x750, 1:1, Handy new packgaing to hel….jpg)

Ok, /v/, here's some stuff from my childhood that I remember but not well enough to find online. Help me out?

>Arena shooter on PC with cartoony aesthetic. The map looked like you were looking at it through a fish eye lense, like the entire world was only about a mile all around. Restored your health with cans of drink, maybe with a lightning bolt on the side.

>Something with a title like "Neko Gyaru Pop!" Was an old pre-packaged game on Suse Linux. You play as a cat girl and you have to pop baloons with your claws, which split into smaller baloons until they get so small they just pop. Basially a platformer version of asteroids with cat girls.

>On Suse Linux again, basically a a beefed up version of space invaders with an early flash game look and mouse aim. Can collect various different weapons and stuff.


84b80b No.14797932

File: df163bfba6b4bf5⋯.jpg (31.4 KB, 640x480, 4:3, gruntz_5[1].jpg)

Man this game was the fucking shit.

Basically baby's first RTS meets level-based puzzles with fucking 10/10 humour.

Never got to play with another person but I'd fucking love to.


711622 No.14798019

File: a5eeaa802088aae⋯.jpg (260.87 KB, 1697x1241, 1697:1241, c64box.jpg)

>>14797446

>but the devs weirdly called themselves Retro64 when the N64 was still a commercially relevant platform.

Maybe it refers to pic related.


d3ff6a No.14798026

File: 177693289eb0943⋯.jpg (46.96 KB, 314x445, 314:445, wall-e.jpg)

>>14791522

At least never seen it discussed before.


530b93 No.14798082

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>14797920

>>Something with a title like "Neko Gyaru Pop!"

I still have that one on a CD, didn't know about it coming default with some linux distros

Speaking of, that one came on the same CD


70ccb3 No.14799866

>>14794930

Was it Cobra Triangle, as >>14796776 said?


df4bee No.14799894

>>14791522

play as a bulldozer.

move blocks around to reflect laser to burst balloon.

any suggestions?


f02dc4 No.14799937

>>14797840

Body Harvest is a really interesting relic, considering it's basically Rockstar's first attempt at 3D GTA. It's not that fun to actually play though.


9eaff7 No.14800447

>>14799937

They actually tried with Space Station Sillicon Valley but they scrapped the thought. I wish they'd remake it with what they had in mind.


73b1b4 No.14800518

>>14797515

nah, it certainly was a PC game


09ae60 No.14800572

>>14797920

>Arena shooter on PC with cartoony aesthetic

That kind of reminds me of some French Source mod that was essentially Care Bear deathmatch. Don't remember what that was called, or if its old enough to be what you're looking for.


aff232 No.14800607

File: e0560efdf9212dd⋯.jpg (54 KB, 351x500, 351:500, KYA.jpg)

Im literally the only person on the planet who remembers this.

If you've seen this cover posted in these threads before or even back in the day on cuckchan, I can guarantee you it was me.


9a02ee No.14800625

>>14800607

Fuck you're my nigger. I love that fucking game. It still amazes me how good it is. Sadly the style and setting probably turned most people off.


530b93 No.14800632

>>14800607

Pretty good, sequel never sol the ending is just a big middle finger.


1e4364 No.14800649

File: 0f2e3bac3f7010a⋯.jpg (96 KB, 640x908, 160:227, evergrace.jpg)

File: 078a92425479504⋯.jpg (2.48 MB, 3240x2175, 216:145, ps2_323.jpg)

File: e0d8bd846cd7d67⋯.jpg (1.56 MB, 3209x2156, 3209:2156, ps2_324.jpg)

File: 3438735a37bbbc6⋯.jpg (99.82 KB, 640x904, 80:113, ps2_silpheed_lost_planet-1….jpg)

File: 09494a9d7dafeea⋯.jpg (114.04 KB, 800x1145, 160:229, 117699-bujingai-the-forsak….jpg)

I'd never heard of anyone talk about any of these IRL or on /v/.

I wanted to mention Avalon Code here as well, but I KNOW at least some of you anons have heard of it and played it; still haven't met anyone IRL who'd heard of Avalon Code though.


b4aef1 No.14800653

File: 41d74815fbad60a⋯.png (493.03 KB, 1067x600, 1067:600, Taz Wanted.png)

File: 96c5adeeed7b803⋯.jpg (55.85 KB, 640x480, 4:3, samericamap.jpg)

File: 1ccbdc17b34bef6⋯.jpg (63.7 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, samerica.jpg)

File: ff2ef10f4e6d8a9⋯.jpg (450.31 KB, 1280x1024, 5:4, 66428-Taz_Wanted-4.jpg)

File: 3fa4ac3b9bb26d0⋯.jpg (104.99 KB, 634x892, 317:446, 4425BE3500000578-0-image-a….jpg)

Taz Wanted.

A 7/10 standard kids cartoon platformer that for some reason i finished a shitload of times and still come back to play bits of now and then.


b4aef1 No.14800657

>>14800653

shit that was the wrong last picture, fuck.


9a02ee No.14800664

File: ba15bb4ad65cc2c⋯.jpg (113.43 KB, 497x732, 497:732, 1421162624447.jpg)

>>14800632

Don't remind me of the ending.


140164 No.14800669

>>14800649

>evergrace

>never talked about

Nigger you're fucking new here.


1e4364 No.14800798

File: d44936a1709ae71⋯.png (152.03 KB, 583x464, 583:464, 1421121261659.png)

>>14800669

Who the fuck is talking about Evergrace and when? I haven't seen SHIT on here about it; I've been here since 2013.


969a69 No.14800864

>>14795148

I vaguely remember playing the snes version growing up


f39652 No.14801305

File: 0dde4902f0a5ed4⋯.png (1.17 MB, 1024x680, 128:85, GDQP6S.png)

File: ed3f6f26a321103⋯.jpg (134.06 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, Skye.jpg)

File: 3bdb65d6bcff2d4⋯.jpg (60.98 KB, 533x400, 533:400, gamecube_440-41292239967.jpg)

File: 976af7a3a636ed8⋯.jpg (39.7 KB, 400x300, 4:3, dark1.jpg)

File: f304d86462e3e58⋯.jpg (128.15 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, Skittles.jpg)

I never see anybody mention or talk about Darkened Skye, which wasn't fantastic or anything - but it was a decently competent title that had it's own story and flair - notable for not being a commerical-tie-in game that's not an in-your-face obvious advertisement for Skittles. You only use them to manage magic, and they could be removed/retextured/renamed altogether and you wouldn't alter the game too much. Also, Skye was a qt.


140164 No.14801346

>>14800798

>Who the fuck is talking about Evergrace and when?

Last year people where talking a lot about it, especially about the OST. Pay attention man.


209c0f No.14801450

>>14797598

>is vogons pozzed?

It's safe to assume that any forum over retro or obscure games is pozzed. You'd think that with all these old games having content they'd find offensive and screech over if it came out today, they'd stay away from them, but instead these games attract libshits and trannies like flies to shit.


421047 No.14801505

File: 60038782a0f1316⋯.png (34.13 KB, 640x480, 4:3, forgotten-worlds-05.png)

File: 4ac55dad84cd687⋯.jpg (51.16 KB, 256x363, 256:363, Gladius_Xbox.jpg)

File: 8a5a717c79d6329⋯.jpg (95.38 KB, 800x600, 4:3, XIII.jpg)


762a9d No.14801526

>>14801505

I liked XIII, the ending completely blueballed me though.


2665fd No.14801550

File: 58fc1770da45e2a⋯.png (435.32 KB, 500x499, 500:499, ClipboardImage.png)

Is it cheating if I include a game that's Macintosh exclusive?


ffc7e4 No.14801569

>>14801305

Renting this game was so surreal. No Skittles on the box, but the game is full of them, with no explanation.


70ccb3 No.14801822

File: 7dd5f46d4efca81⋯.jpg (64.16 KB, 540x549, 60:61, IMG_20180516_191631.jpg)

File: e12383f08e67138⋯.jpg (20.58 KB, 355x298, 355:298, IMG_20180516_191756.jpg)

File: e3d580285595d30⋯.jpg (8.14 KB, 274x140, 137:70, IMG_20180516_191805.jpg)

>>14795152

"Maybe today I'll see him again. I didn't see him yesterday but maybe today"

"Maybe he's mad. Maybe I did something bad"

"I have to remember him. I can't forget… I know! I'll just remember harder!… Then he will come back! He will! He will…"


b142d1 No.14801834

>>14801822

What if i deleted my nintendogs files?


70ccb3 No.14801843

>>14801834

All Nintendogs go to Digital Heaven.


2665fd No.14801850

>>14801834

better get /baph/ on this guy, doxxing is the only appropriate punishment for animal abusers


b142d1 No.14801870

>>14801850

I deleted my animal crossing files too.


c05add No.14801905

File: 591ab1ca4aa973f⋯.jpg (21.97 KB, 250x313, 250:313, hopkinsbox1.jpg)

I bet you never heard of this one

worst adventure game ever


367f0f No.14802050

File: 8ef693b90ccdf03⋯.jpg (771.48 KB, 1512x2145, 504:715, Tsugunai.jpg)

I know there's at least one other anon around that played this from past discussions, but I do feel it still bears mentioning. Game did some neat stuff we'll probably never see again because it was bashed on both sides of the Pacific. Even the composer (Mitsuda) seemed to deliberately distance himself from the game when it came time to release the OST itself, as it was given a disconnected name of "an cinniuint". Kind of surprised Atlus even opted to bring it over, though it's not the only time they did so for a Sony owned title SCEA didn't care for.

>>14800649

The batshit insane OST for it gets tracks posted around here and there; seems to be the one point the game has remained notable for. And at least looking locally, it either sold very well initially, and/or has no real demand on the aftermarket. But clearly a fair amount of people picked it up back in the day. And at the same time, you think Evergrace is "a game only you remember", consider that it has a prequel that far fewer are aware of. Changing the name of it from "Evergrace II" to "Forever Kingdom" out here probably doesn't help people realize it either, for better or worse.

>I wanted to mention Avalon Code here as well, but I KNOW at least some of you anons have heard of it and played it

Hello.

>>14800798

>I've been here since 2013.

On 8ch or imageboards in general? But the point is it's one of those games that doesn't warrant threads for itself, but still comes up in broader ones somewhat often, again because of the music.


046cfc No.14802246

File: c6c208f50bb8c1b⋯.jpg (66.14 KB, 916x635, 916:635, 45677.JPG)

>>14801450

Well, I guess that's why this site exists then. I was kind of wondering why that guy has his own forum


70ccb3 No.14802467

>>14801834

You cannot delete love.


396781 No.14802496

File: 8deb506673d8ff6⋯.png (313.98 KB, 596x431, 596:431, Rise of the Manlets.png)

>>14793797

I've played it, It was alright. That said I got poor taste in games, and this game's FOV was so bad It felt like looking at the game through a small box.


1e4364 No.14802588

File: 46512ad6adfc348⋯.jpg (58.68 KB, 892x642, 446:321, a9f8e793b64dd92301e46c5d6f….jpg)

>>14802050

imageboards in general

I started lurking 4/v/ back in 2013 at some point, but I shouldn't really count that since I didn't start posting until a year later, after the october exodus, and that was on here.

can you believe it's been 5 years already?

>>14801346

> pay attention man

if it didn't get its own thread I likely didn't see it to begin with, never-mind that I use the catalog exclusively; I don't just go though the pages.


6fa916 No.14802633

>>14797552

played it. Though I played the Dreamcast version which wasn't the shit port the PS2 got


cdf680 No.14802655

File: 36936640b3aa691⋯.jpg (147.98 KB, 800x1125, 32:45, XIII.jpg)

Does anyone remember this game ? it was a pretty decent FPS.


367f0f No.14802657

File: 44ca91c4e2c11d2⋯.jpg (209.57 KB, 813x466, 813:466, 1ebbe8022447b33233ff89e3c3….jpg)

>>14802588

I've been lurking imageboards since '06 or '07. You will always be a newfag in my book.

>can you believe it's been 5 years already?

I'd rather old era /v/. Or the old era of imageboards in general, before the turn of the decade and the rise in media attention spiking awareness and interest. We'll never get those more carefree days back.

>if it didn't get its own thread I likely didn't see it to begin with, never-mind that I use the catalog exclusively; I don't just go though the pages.

Oh, so you don't even bother with OST threads? Because that's where Evergrace and Forever Kingdom are most frequent. Hell, alongside Drakengard, they're series-prime for the "Dissonant" breed of OST threads. Have some Avalons, and a reminder that you can always lurk moar. Always.


542817 No.14802666

>>14801505

gladius was the shit


054131 No.14802810

File: 6d207d6bc1f773a⋯.jpg (148.74 KB, 640x480, 4:3, hocus_005.png.jpg)

I want to believe someone else has played this.


953ba3 No.14802943

>>14802810

Oh come on, any old Apogee shareware was common. See also Raptor, and Wacky Wheels. Now if you mean the full versions, that'll be significantly rarer.


3669a5 No.14802956

File: 05b5e8cceb949a0⋯.jpg (125.3 KB, 365x511, 5:7, dualheartsbox.jpg)

Wonderful game, It's a shame that out of all of ATLUS's titles this one seems to get overlooked the most from my pov


040d27 No.14803093

File: b685fcce3eb3a84⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 63.8 KB, 626x481, 626:481, ultra vixen chair.jpg)

File: 0c0f767ea2f854d⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 148.86 KB, 350x263, 350:263, ultra vixen.png)

File: 7f9f69279ddcc2f⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 43.78 KB, 320x480, 2:3, ultravixen-poster.jpg)

File: d1b277f54aaf53c⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 157.55 KB, 640x480, 4:3, ultravixen-windows-screens….png)

File: b83be9612754c4f⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 125.07 KB, 640x480, 4:3, ultravixen-windows-screens….png)

>>14791522

I remember seeing that game mentioned on a show talking about "video game vixens" way back in the 90s. I remember visting the website where they sold the game afterwards (On good old fashioned dial-up internet! None of this cable modem or DSL stuff like young wimpersnappers have today!) I was too young to buy the actual game at the time. I regret not being able to play it.


f53b56 No.14803381

File: acc6caf690dbe55⋯.gif (3.83 MB, 720x404, 180:101, 1502160092199.gif)


f53b56 No.14803390

File: f18c51fb6fbcd99⋯.gif (2.9 MB, 200x200, 1:1, f18c51fb6fbcd99b382a599b5a….gif)

>>14793878

Sometimes I wish we could go back to BBS's. I feel like things were better back when there was a higher barrier of entry to mass digital communication. Nowadays using the Internet just makes me tired.


ba87b8 No.14803446

>>14796834

>Boomerang Kid

>What an incredibly accurate portrayal of everyday life in Australia.

>>14801505

>>14802655

Only got XIII because it was going to be delisted from GoG, (thanks Ubisoft) it's a decent FPS, every weapon has secondary fire (some just melee instead). Could even pick up and throw ashtrays as weapons.

Most memorable feature was the ability to know an enemy was approaching you by the big comic book style text onomatopoeia TAP! TAP! TAP! before they stepped around a corner, nice reference to it's comic medium origins and a interesting game mechanic.


367f0f No.14803649

>>14802956

>It's a shame that out of all of ATLUS's titles this one seems to get overlooked the most

I assume you're aware, but not everything a publisher, even one that also has a native development branch in Japan, puts out is their own work. Dual Hearts is a Matrix Software (Alundra, DQV PS2, Avalon Code) developed game owned by Sony in Japan, which I'm guessing SCEA didn't care to bring west themselves (the way >>14802050 was also picked up by Atlus).

>Back cover tagline was "Two Worlds in Peril. One Unforgettable Duo."

>Implying people can forget what they don't know exists to begin with.

Also, what's up with that cover? The US one I know of has a pitch black background.


58cfb1 No.14803684

File: 4defa2c0ec6d0a5⋯.jpg (33.13 KB, 320x319, 320:319, star wars.jpg)


ddea18 No.14803808

File: e73c9ec7a2ec9e9⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 37.34 KB, 339x396, 113:132, big brain choice.jpg)

HAZE


2cad63 No.14804817

File: d00f6b28ec963f6⋯.webm (8.56 MB, 480x360, 4:3, videoplayback.webm)

>>14803093

> I regret not being able to play it.

Well, I can tell you the game really sucks.

But it would be good to have a copy for curiosity, at least. I'm not even sure you can pirate now. It truly is a forgotten game.

My friend had a pirated copy and not even on CD. It was a box of diskettes.


3a4447 No.14804880

>>14803684

I actually enjoyed this for what it is.


58cfb1 No.14804888

>>14804880

I got it as a present and would often beat it in one sitting. Just cause.


3ca515 No.14804972

File: cb0e046d615baa9⋯.jpg (26.01 KB, 300x369, 100:123, quake-3.jpg)

Just checked the online for this game and this is how it feels like


071b47 No.14805131

>>14793241

The Vikings. It's made my Blizzard.


f58b27 No.14805417

File: 360308bdd42e6d9⋯.gif (274.5 KB, 288x128, 9:4, 360308bdd42e6d90056b118752….gif)

>>14796834

I still have the golden cartridge here with me, but no NES.

I saw this pic on another thread and I am curious, which game is this?


f58b27 No.14805426

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>14805417

Found the game. Mach Breakers.


a30c9a No.14805516

File: c2a89fb4736c09f⋯.jpg (15.19 KB, 322x322, 1:1, british man.jpg)

>>14805417

>Negress

>Union Jack

>1994


f58b27 No.14805631

>>14805516

It does not matter if you look at USA, UK, Brazil or Jamaica. If you are talking about runners, they will all be black, or at least 90% of them. Most sports are pretty much nigger territory nowadays.


b11c24 No.14805885

>>14805631

When I saw track back in school there were no niggers, none of them joined, so that's pretty funny. Cardio is a shit sport though, it wrecks your health more than it helps anything.


725514 No.14805953

>>14800625

>Sadly the style and setting probably turned most people off.

I just looked up screenshots and some video. It looks fine. Reminds me of the normal fags that threw a hissy fit over Wind Waker because of the cel shaded art style. Fucking normalfags never understand that art direction trumps graphical fidelity.


b11c24 No.14806018

>>14805953

The art style of Wind Waker is fucking garbage made for kids.


725514 No.14806043

File: 563260356b83881⋯.webm (8.29 MB, 960x720, 4:3, Jurrasic Bark Ending.webm)

>>14801822

>>14803808

Haze, advertized as the "Halo killer" for Playstation 3, with music by KoRn. They did a great job spoiling the plot twist in the game's marketing material.

https://hooktube.com/watch?v=YrjoKEmOj5U

>>14806018

There's one.


43b498 No.14808140

File: 9e27733d7f5f299⋯.jpg (82.45 KB, 640x480, 4:3, 4350-9-no-future.jpg)

File: c579d355b6642fd⋯.png (5.83 KB, 640x400, 8:5, dig-dogs-streetbusters.png)

File: e43c6dc6096ea16⋯.png (32.69 KB, 640x480, 4:3, 311727-gravity-force-dos-s….png)

>>14802810

That was on every school computer when I was in high school along with No Future and Dig Dogs. I also spent countless hours in Gravity Force which I got from some gaming magazine cover CD-ROM.

Also, does any German anon remember which Game Star issue had the freeware games special that included some cool oldschool RPG called Dark Force or something and a mecha strategy game?


a26938 No.14808200

I'm trying to remember an old Playstation game a friend of mine had. The plot was that your mind was trapped inside a game, and you had to drive this weird vehicle around four levels to collect things to get to the next level while avoiding this thing that chased you relentlessly throughout the game.

The game's music was basically dictated by whatever objects were around you; as you got closer to certain obstacles or if the thing chasing you got close then the really janky music would change.

The other big thing I remember about the game were the save and game over screens. If you quit the game and saved for later, then you were greeted with a cutscene showing your brain put on ice and stuffed in a freezer. If you died, your brain would literally melt and you would die.


e4ffca No.14808321

>>14801505

>games called Gladius

>he's not holding a gladius

Fun game though.


040d27 No.14808516

>>14804817

Yeah, but I was going through puberty at the time I saw it so I probably would have thought it was the best game ever made back then.


9eaff7 No.14808574

File: 035a9bb03ab0e10⋯.png (144.91 KB, 480x320, 3:2, screen_melker1.png)

File: 30944273cebea80⋯.gif (56.76 KB, 640x480, 4:3, piranha_panic_games_action….gif)

File: d3c09d35f3b9bd8⋯.jpg (57.08 KB, 480x360, 4:3, gubble_5.jpg)

File: 03af7833bbf3553⋯.png (296.29 KB, 1392x1404, 116:117, download.png)

I remember playing a puzzle game about moving a ball through some tiles. It was a red ball and it seems like it's setting in space or something.

Also, a blue Dragon climbing up some tower for some reason. I haven't been able to find them for the life of me.

As for my contribution, Piranha Panic and Melker the Elk Hunt. Never got to play the full version of either.

There's also Gubble. Really fun for what it is.

The Lion King's Activity Center and Mickey's Art Studio. Also, Mickey and the magic mirror for GC.

On that note, what's the best way to play old games like games that used Windows 2000 and the such? I've been browsing my abandonware and shit have a lot of stuff I thought I'd never find again.


046cfc No.14808704

>>14808574

As far as I'm aware, you're best of installing 98 or XP on an old machine. That'll usually give you the least amount of problems when it comes to actually running the game.


3d6883 No.14814995

>>14808516

I think there were proper hentai games back then.


046cfc No.14815098

>>14814995

Even the Famicom had them. If you've ever heard of Superpig while reading about 80s Niptendo, that's who made most of them.


7d55b4 No.14815229

File: 457eeaf10df97fc⋯.png (46.89 KB, 1120x1008, 10:9, ice.png)

>>14815098

Most of those were FDS releases. I know since I bothered to look at the GoodSet for it.


076bb3 No.14815234

>>14791658

I loved this game years ago what was it based off of? I know thwy couldnt have come up with some of this mechanics and stole it from elsewhere.


8ccc91 No.14817454

>>14815234

Wait, a game based on that POS movie was actually good?


1c980f No.14817557

>>14800649

Demon's Souls wouldnt exist if it wasnt for Evergrace. It was From's their first attempt at 3rd person ARPG that let you change every piece of equipment on the characters and showed the changes on the character model.


1c980f No.14817564

>>14805631

>Most sports are pretty much nigger territory nowadays.

only because of jews being in charge of sports leagues.


9eaff7 No.14817565

>>14817454

>POS movie

It wasn't that bad.


3d6883 No.14817655

>>14817565

Tell that yo my daughter. She refused yo even finish watching it.


a4aedf No.14822966

>>14817655

It's one of those movies that was good when it came out for the initial shock value and the writing became horribly dated a month later.


62f28c No.14823316

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Battle Arena Toshinden 3


140164 No.14823362

>>14823316

Used to play that.


3d6883 No.14828468

>>14822966

You're high.


a4aedf No.14828530

>>14828468

Nah. This was back when Mike Myers was big and his 1 note acting was still popular. Plus this was back when parents actually gave a shit about what children saw and a cat making dirty jokes was something novel to many of them.


d52519 No.14830843

File: 5cf67daf125867a⋯.jpg (397.95 KB, 1600x1019, 1600:1019, serveimage.jpg)

This.


953ba3 No.14830859

>>14817565

From what I hear of it it's the absolute wrong tone for Dr. Seuss derivatives, a series of child-friendly learning books, and they should never have used him. I'd probably hate it since I grew up on them. One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, Ten Apples Up On Top.


8017b4 No.14830873

>>14828530

I thought Mike Meyers made it intentionally bad because of how shitty it was.


368a65 No.14830881

File: bd7a334ed6f1176⋯.jpg (65.67 KB, 474x474, 1:1, Azure Dreams.jpg)

Azure Dreams anyone ?


a51395 No.14832494

>>14801822

Why does this make me so sad?


3cdf8d No.14833478

File: d868fbc0b0d05b0⋯.jpg (28.97 KB, 220x285, 44:57, 220px-Creature_Crunch_PC.jpg)

Old point and click game that slid under the radar, Creature Crunch. Animated by the Ren & Stimpy guy with a few celebrity voices.


a4aedf No.14833952

>>14830873

No that's just how he acted because of Austin Powers fame. In all fairness though the director might have not given him enough to go on. Either way there's a reason you haven't heard his name in the past decade.


d56aa7 No.14833984

File: d639da6cd18a084⋯.png (146.38 KB, 376x302, 188:151, d639da6cd18a08479558a40e18….png)


082cd8 No.14834172

>>14797611

Damn that looks like a good mix of games, I would've been pumped to get that as a kid


52b4a4 No.14834187

>>14800798

>>14800649

>>14802588

Lurk more and kill yourself.

<Rogue Agent

No one talks about it because it's shit.

>>14801505

>>14802655

>XIII

Was hyped to the moon in 2003 until it came out and was really mediocre. It's cel shaded visuals are the only decent thing about it. The AI for the enemies is especially bad.

>>14830881

PS1 owners know about it.


34b798 No.14834201

>>14833478

Holy shit, I remember playing this. I could never get past the huge cat.


084989 No.14834368

>>14803390

You can run BBS software in DOSBox. Bonus points if you use tunneling to "dial in" via telnet. Double bonus points if you run The Pit or L.O.R.D door games.


a2870d No.14835476

File: cf26a3ed439f7d3⋯.jpg (178.54 KB, 800x1132, 200:283, cf26a3ed439f7d3d78ccda0ecb….jpg)

File: 6173e222c736100⋯.webm (14.47 MB, 256x224, 8:7, Star Wars (1991) NES vers….webm)

I asked a guy at a game shop for it once and he didn't even believe it existed.

>tfw can fit the whole game in a webm that even looks somewhat decent in fullscreen

>>14797631

That was my shit. It was also the first time I saw a floppy disk for a save icon so if I didn't stick one in I thought I would lose my saves.

>>14803684

I loved the space parts of that. It feels grindy now, but it's one of the games I replay every now and then

>>14808574

Gubble is aesthetic. The MIDI soundtrack works pretty well with modern soundfonts too.

>what's the best way to play old games like games that used Windows 2000 and the such? I've been browsing my abandonware and shit have a lot of stuff I thought I'd never find again.

Depends on the game, really. 2D ones tend to be fine in a VM while you're generally better off with real hardware for 3D games. I've got one dualbooting FreeDOS and Windows 98 and one running XP. With FTP, USB bridges for hard drives, and disc emulation software, it's pretty easy to copy games you've downloaded over and you don't even need a floppy or CD drive. Even on Windows 98 you can mount disc images and I haven't needed it much but I think FreeDOS comes with a mounting program for floppy images. You can also get an SD to IDE adapter for like $15 and boot from an SD card.

>>14834368

How many other people still use it though?


d12cc2 No.14835500

>>14797631

There was a Harry Potter version of this, which was absolutely amazing. I played the fuck out of that.

Also, I think that was the last time they released a normal knight playset, nowadays it's all that Sci-Fi-Nexoknights bullshit. What happened to toys, man?

>Also, does any German anon remember which Game Star issue had the freeware games special that included some cool oldschool RPG called Dark Force or something and a mecha strategy game?

Ich hab' alle Ausgaben zwischen 2004 und 2011, aber an so ein Special kann ich mich nicht erinnern. Weißt du noch, in welchem Jahr das war?


372985 No.14835542

File: 96a3e0a078550d7⋯.png (264.51 KB, 500x320, 25:16, 10517.png)

>>14830881

fucking cashul


a81135 No.14835570

File: c2135b9e6f584a9⋯.jpg (35.89 KB, 640x480, 4:3, fatalabyss.jpg)

>>14791522

Fatal Abyss


97362b No.14835730

>>14797649

Viacom is probably going to drop dead as cable TV numbers slip, most of their radio holdings are fucked for the same reason. Tencent will drop in five years when China has a new 5-year plan that doesn't include them. Google itself will gradually see individual countries fuck with their search algorithms (either for censorship, antitrust law, or protectionism) as the company is cut up between a million different customers they can't serve at once. FB is now entering this phase due to the Cambridge Analytica and Myanmar genocide scandals.

So the answer is yes, because the global legal space given to them will stop existing as trust breaks down. And it won't be /pol/ tier trust but globalists backstabbing each other because they can't agree on all the little technicalities that keep them in power.


ec2b66 No.14835738

File: 35a897a1e3e15fd⋯.png (85.66 KB, 1280x800, 8:5, ClipboardImage.png)

Castle of the Winds.

There was another old game where you'd have huge free-for-alls with different monsters. I remember there was a red dragon and a big eye with tentacles and things like that. You'd face off in a collosseum-type arena in tournaments. It was really simplistic control wise.


c49f8a No.14836180

>>14808574

>Got time and space?

Get a used XP/98-era machine and install it on there. Might save a lot of trouble for certain older games.

>If you're lucky.

Sometimes you can force the fucker to install in a modern OS by tinkering with compatibility settings, or you can find a modern third-party 64-bit installer, such is the case with Blade Runner (1997) and the Mechwarrior games. Using GOG rereleases is a nice way to force the games to run. If you're not a piratefag don't feel bad about torrenting the GOG versions of games you already own.

>Check to see if the game has a sourceport or reverse-engineered port.

Using sourceports, remasters, and shit like that is usually the best way to play an older game on modern hardware. Just beware not every game's going to have this benefit.

>Is it on DOS?

Just use Dosbox. It's far from perfect but it works, get over it.

>As a last resort…

Use a VM software like VirtualBox or VMware, and put an older OS like Windows XP or 98 on it, and see if the game will run that way. Beware this isn't a fullproof way for a game to work though, 3D support is spotty, if not nonexistant in most cases, and you're bound to run into problems at some point.

>If you feel like taking it to the extreme…

You can theoretically try an x86 PC emulator like Qemu or PCem (not to be confused with VM's, which only emulate the software) to emulate old video cards and other shit that makes it so hard to run on newer machines. Setting this shit up is like a science experiment compared to VM's and other emulators though, so you're on your own for that.


519a2e No.14836194

>>14836180

>Setting this shit up is like a science experiment compared to VM's

Last I checked it's not significantly harder than setting up an actual win98 machine.


32f005 No.14836197

File: 0be6b9497f02a33⋯.gif (645.6 KB, 512x481, 512:481, 1445366676822.gif)

>>14815234

>look up gameplay footage

>it's a klonoa clone


5d7afd No.14836332

>>14836180

Should also mention dgVoodo and nGlide, which come in handy for certain older 3D-accelerated games.

>>14836194

Last I checked it was a lot of trouble, but maybe the emulator's progressed a lot since then.


5d7afd No.14836337

>>14836332

Oh and ScummVM is obviously going to be better than Dosbox and compatibility tweaks for older adventure games.

Polite sage for frequent posting.


519a2e No.14836396

>>14836332

>Should also mention dgVoodo and nGlide

Don't forget WineD3D and DXGL as well as Crosire DX8to9, they all have the one thing they're good at.


894005 No.14836706

>>14836197

I'd like to have a Klonoa clone…


c60563 No.14836799

File: 744f4d709ade3f0⋯.jpg (202.01 KB, 640x480, 4:3, omf2097.jpg)


1089f4 No.14839215

File: d69361483c49f3f⋯.jpg (248.93 KB, 800x600, 4:3, 2323.jpg)

File: 659bb06ae2a4016⋯.jpg (89.83 KB, 1360x768, 85:48, 34893794.jpg)

File: 9dd8755baa57ff7⋯.jpg (45.39 KB, 600x412, 150:103, 200610042.jpg)

File: be2236332ed1aa7⋯.jpeg (244.51 KB, 1000x679, 1000:679, 4893274938.jpeg)

File: d1e458e2cfc8d25⋯.jpg (197.66 KB, 1024x892, 256:223, Z0037361.jpg)


953ba3 No.14839435

>>14835738

Nah I played the first episode off one of those old shovelware CDs back in the day (Night Owl if you want to know), and it's reasonably common knowledge. Still play it once in a while too. How about Destruction Zone? Triangular tanks with free-for-all or team-based rounds, between rounds you can buy weapons, and upgrade your tank to an extent. I used to do that three-player with friends.

>>14836337

I'll only agree if they have Fluidsynth support now. Timidity++ is garbage.


046ff7 No.14839927

>>14839435

Just use bassmidi or virtualmidisynth and set it to default midi device.


9a9ce3 No.14839989

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>14836799

I love synths.


82a6dd No.14839995

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>14791664

This was a coin op quake clone developed.


953ba3 No.14839997

>>14839927

This isn't on Windows. A few Doom source ports use it, and it's possible to route through an ALSA port in DOSBox. Timidity++ can be configured to use SF2 as well but it's a poorer synth.


cdf680 No.14840063

>>14839215

Is second pic the game City of Lost Children or something ? a game for PSX which used all 15 save slots ?


a2f6d4 No.14840070

File: 8d1a46c19f0b64d⋯.jpg (130.25 KB, 800x600, 4:3, pc-54300-41389699787.jpg)


a2f6d4 No.14840100

>>14835476

Those are some legit graphics


ec7b80 No.14840487

>>14830881

i actually still play it occasionally, emulator because CD is gone.


766681 No.14840534

File: f4b764af7bae425⋯.jpg (197.46 KB, 1134x973, 162:139, BALLANCE-f.jpg)

File: c5e50a31bbbd0b3⋯.jpg (72.42 KB, 640x480, 4:3, hamsterball.jpg)

coming through


f62d79 No.14840572

File: 976fc1f8c4b574c⋯.jpg (92.26 KB, 730x528, 365:264, babbiesfirstwaifu.jpg)

File: 8b3f2e3b6af75f8⋯.jpg (56.77 KB, 500x375, 4:3, equi.jpg)

File: a3b3b11e3ba9d65⋯.jpg (1.6 MB, 1852x1124, 463:281, daddygonnabeallupinyourwor….jpg)

>>14797167

Vanguard was ok, just dead from the start. The original EverQuest (project 1999's got it right) and Dark Age of Camelot (pre-Trials of Atlantis) are games that I still miss. I made so many friends, went on so many adventures, they just don't compare to these shitty themepark mmo's today. They'd fail miserably today too, no one would sit at the town gates and work to put together a group to go camp a spawn now, there's no instant gratification.


c5ff3e No.14840608

>>14791522

I remember seeing UltraVixen on the Anime Web Turnpike back in the day. Good times.

Kinda related, I remember someone took an old anime dress-up engine and made a whole H-game with it, about a woman in a shower with all kinds of stuff you could manipulate. Like there was a perfume bottle you could use (or drop and break and freak her out), etc. Voice acted and all. I've never been able to find it again since the 90s.


5f2657 No.14840626


62a550 No.14842159

>>14839215

I played Kingdom of Loathing from about 2005-2008. It was the only "MMORPG" I've ever enjoyed. Too bad the creators are SJW faggots now.


41a1e4 No.14842284

>>14795422

Played Stunt GP…unlocked all cars, etc. Did everything you could do in that game. Good times.


367f0f No.14844939

File: 4e7e737318c956d⋯.jpg (618.67 KB, 997x1121, 997:1121, see you web cowboy.jpg)

>>14840608

>Anime Web Turnpike

Almost twenty years, anon.


046cfc No.14845137

HookTube embed. Click on thumbnail to play.

>>14844939

Funny you should mention that site, it comes up around 4:00 in vid related.


8cf1c3 No.14845909

File: 029a86874ee227e⋯.jpeg (11.54 KB, 284x178, 142:89, images (1).jpeg)

>>14840608

>an old anime dress-up engine

Kiss Dolls?


ae1aa3 No.14846021

File: 8f35d744f4d817e⋯.jpg (227.28 KB, 650x919, 650:919, RawDanger_PS2Cover_USfinal.jpg)

Will we ever get an English release of the new ones


c5ff3e No.14847152

>>14844939

That takes me back. Hello fellow oldfag.

>>14845137

Huh, that's fun, thanks for the video anon.

>>14845909

>Kiss Dolls?

Oh wow, I remember that from back in the day. It was either that or something similar - probably not that unless it had way more capacity for interactive stuff than I remember.


9502ac No.14848454

I remember a DOS-era shooter that was called "LETH". To this day I am not sure it actually existed.


f6934d No.14848719

File: 7c0731660d0e418⋯.jpg (46.23 KB, 425x425, 1:1, 51C3P80276L._SX425_.jpg)

This game was retarded, but I'd be lying if I were to say playing as Asians poorly driving a car and purposefully crashing into everything to cause as much damage as possible isn't fun


085528 No.14849222

File: cfc1da4621c42ab⋯.jpg (5.27 KB, 200x200, 1:1, 1523909056844.jpg)

>>14846021

Wait, is that Disaster Report? The individual responsible for that cover should be fired, gassed and burned.


d5b936 No.14849393

>>14842284

Wish they made a remake, or made another game with such setup, except without things like parts that do nothing (maybe?) and off road cars being straight up worse than other cars. Never going to the recharge tunnel because you're pulling off so many stunts is fucking rad.


ff86d8 No.14849454

Ten Nights Of Killing and Mayhem at FJB, a school shooting game from the 1990s

https://archive.org/details/msdos_Ten_Nights_of_Killing_and_Mayhem_at_F.J.B._II_1996


1089f4 No.14850275

>>14842159

>SJW faggots

explain sir, I haven't kept up since 2006


3c3bc7 No.14850287

File: b204911da6317f0⋯.png (2.65 MB, 1489x1000, 1489:1000, ClipboardImage.png)

Ayup,bet nobody else here has


367f0f No.14851253

File: 123e9b11ba1a193⋯.png (200.42 KB, 256x360, 32:45, Disaster Report.png)

>>14849222

Disaster Report 2. This was the cover for the first game out here.


fc10f2 No.14851303

File: 0ed60a61ccb60ed⋯.jpg (9.34 KB, 251x251, 1:1, :O.jpg)

>>14791522

hahaha whaaaaaaaat


fc10f2 No.14851313

>>14851253

Hey! Hey! Hey!


750613 No.14851648

File: 332016c0d3b2e37⋯.jpg (125.71 KB, 800x1028, 200:257, Theocracy game cover.jpg)

File: d7864ea7abbd1dc⋯.jpg (60 KB, 640x480, 4:3, Theocracy.jpg)

I bet barely anyone ever even played this, its a pretty good rts and its a lot of fun (the main prophecy gamemode kinda plays like a proto grand campaign of total war but with aztecs).

Its a damn shame they didnt have the SDK or a map editor released with that game, now its lost to time itself and barely known.


d9c963 No.14851657

File: 7b707d3c651b63a⋯.jpg (16.94 KB, 330x321, 110:107, 1450008347208.jpg)

>>14834172

>>14797611

>Take a better look at the screens I posted

>THERE'S ONE OF THE FUCKING GAMES I WAS LOOKING

>It's called fucking troy 2000


4e366c No.14851716

File: a2166d7f3a1c235⋯.jpg (40.52 KB, 492x519, 164:173, 1363233276966.jpg)

>>14851648

>bought this game back around the time it came out, 2 CD installation pack

>second disk didn't have a single byte of data on it, cucking me out of installing the game

>remember this shit years later and try to pirate it

>game installs successfully but refuses to run on Windows 7

It's been a fucking decade of not playing this but I still remember the game. Still salty too.


6ebb14 No.14851721

File: cdb0cfae7341fa5⋯.png (224.22 KB, 729x800, 729:800, cdb0cfae7341fa51d4f7298b14….png)

>>14795152

>>14801822

they're still waiting for you

even if they're in a landfill, they're waiting for you


6fd13b No.14851762

File: d014178fbe515b1⋯.jpg (11.64 KB, 250x140, 25:14, god_tier.jpg)


372985 No.14851857

File: 0a0d50b8ff4271a⋯.webm (Spoiler Image, 317.92 KB, 121x233, 121:233, h916f7eb75c03850cb2b16cb6….webm)

>>14851313

Hey! Hey! Don't wake up tomorrow


d5b936 No.14852562

File: f8ac994f38bbebd⋯.webm (7.57 MB, 450x360, 5:4, stuntgp6.webm)

File: 27cf2968e59ce14⋯.webm (7.59 MB, 450x360, 5:4, stuntgp7.webm)

File: aad73a0f9be6bf0⋯.jpg (242.43 KB, 1280x1024, 5:4, Formula 17.jpg)

File: 8e9840f3c823626⋯.jpg (245.59 KB, 1280x1024, 5:4, Speed Demon.jpg)

>>14851217

Formula 17 is a pretty good car, but I have a feeling it has a shit gearbox which prevents it from being faster than Speed Demon, though on flatter maps Formula has an advantage. In stock races it might come into play, but in career mode Speed Demon is cheaper and once you give it best engine, almost just as good.

Don't electric cars need not gearboxes?


c3b40e No.14852600

File: 4868425df311139⋯.webm (1.97 MB, 512x298, 256:149, Armed and Dangerous - 03 ….webm)

>>14797730

My nigger.


c3b40e No.14852626

File: 683e43e20aaf4fa⋯.jpg (137.96 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, zoombinis.jpg)

File: f51b9e2ce745a98⋯.jpg (156.32 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, disney dinosaur pc cover.jpg)

File: 9b498ee027ffaa4⋯.jpg (120.22 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, disney dinosaur gameplay.jpg)

I had a lot of fun with Disney's Dinosaur on pc, dunno whether zoombinis qualify. Fuck that fat fucker tree.


fe8441 No.14852921

>>14852562

I remember trying to get the fastest times in the time race mode, and nothing could compare to Formula's performance. Since I was holding turbo all the time, the Demon being so tough to control at that speed eliminated him from consistent play. Are those your webms? Jesteś z Polski? Miałem płytę ze Stunt GP jakieś 15 lat temu, ale ktoś mi zajebał…


c5ff3e No.14853472

>>14850275

I'm not that guy, but off the top of my head I know the KoL guys took an in-game shit on Gamergate for no apparent reason. It's not like they were involved before that.


f7f17f No.14853546

>>14853472

There was also "x-splaining" references in West of Loathing, a minor one played as a joke, and a major one taken completely seriously, attributed to the perk minesplainin'. Probably more shit, but that game was absolutely forgettable


d5b936 No.14853704

>>14852921

Well, after some testing I have to say that stock vs stock Formula pulls ahead thanks to handling, so for time attack it's better.

pytasz się, jakbyś instalkę chciał


8727fb No.14853846

File: 2621ed007e9068c⋯.jpg (124.15 KB, 800x600, 4:3, serveimage.jpg)

>>14796864

Battle Beasts kind of reminds me of Arcade America aesthetically


750613 No.14854389

>>14851716

I had the same problem but it worked when I started it in compatibility with older windows systems.


17b315 No.14855227

>>14791522

20 years later, 3d porn games still don't look better.


62a550 No.14855343

>>14850275

>>14853472

>>14853546

That and I listened to their podcast "Video Games Hotdog" for awhile and stopped when they sucked Zoe Quinn's dick and accused Gamergate of harassing Jennifer Hepler. Gamergate, of course, used a time machine to do the latter.


b5be2b No.14855357

>>14853846

I remember as a kid having this Ace Venture point and click adventure game and it came with demos of arcade america and battle beasts. Probably made by the same company.

Wish I could find a download for arcade america


ba20e3 No.14855399

>>14796864

I remember that fucking game!


cdf680 No.14855423

>>14851253

The idea behind this game was actually pretty interesting and original, too bad the execution was shit.


73be9d No.14857469

File: 5efd5ed36552817⋯.png (119.45 KB, 220x220, 1:1, 220px-Tiny_Tank_Coverart[1….png)

>>14791522

during the "edgy" end of the "edgy" PSX era alongside twisted metal, tomb raider, fear effect, legacy of kain , this fucker was gunning for mario/sonic-tier mascot of the new "young adults play games too" time of the original playstation era, there were fucking prime time television ads of this game during friends and will & grace


4e366c No.14857508

File: 67a429150c6fc9d⋯.png (86.63 KB, 242x206, 121:103, 67a429150c6fc9d58943c6d417….png)

>>14854389

Still didn't work for me even with severely reduced resolution and Win98/2000 compatibility…


5d7b76 No.14858056

>>14855227

Well, it's not like they can advertice porno games like most other titles, plus cumming is cumming.


57309f No.14859058

File: ef5b15337cd2ce1⋯.jpg (26.01 KB, 265x376, 265:376, Freedom_Fighters.jpg)

I remember there was a mission you had to kills general when he was in his private quarters. I always thought that was fucked up and not fair.


ae98a2 No.14859576

>>14850287

Incorrect. Although I had it I never got to play it for long.


a557e2 No.14869138

I figured there would be hardly any unknown games post-internet.


3124bf No.14869180

File: 844bd9a53649ab6⋯.jpg (72.16 KB, 504x711, 56:79, Astyanax.jpg)

This shit was cool


a11106 No.14869265

File: 4f1aa3a1225641f⋯.png (383.89 KB, 746x720, 373:360, 1466160472504-1.png)

>>14851857

My nigga


a11106 No.14869274

File: b7345246a70ce8c⋯.jpg (455.63 KB, 710x708, 355:354, Medievil-front.jpg)

This one for me


3c3bc7 No.14869275

>>14859576

Oh yeah? name something that happens in the game.


0bde0a No.14869298


8b0f16 No.14869343

File: 924700b6f7c41b8⋯.swf (4.02 MB, 173654_deadcase101.swf)

>>14830881

Good times with that.

Let me think. The only thing that comes right to mind is this ghost flash game, you died and you need to find out how.

Here we go, Dead Case. Haven't played this in awhile.


113916 No.14870255

File: d3a560c19f6b7b9⋯.jpg (120.95 KB, 800x1162, 400:581, 29522-mistmare-windows-fro….jpg)

Pretty sure nobody here has played this.


113916 No.14870433

>>14855357

>Wish I could find a download for arcade america

https://www.old-games.ru/game/download/2188.html


74047b No.14870448

File: 8cb8953aa1ca2ca⋯.jpg (227.87 KB, 803x1024, 803:1024, outlaws_box_1024x1024.jpg)

Don't be a fool, Marshal!


e4587a No.14870954

File: 7c9e1b4840b72fa⋯.jpg (104.64 KB, 1313x1500, 1313:1500, Lec_logo_med_rgb.jpg)

>>14870448

I really miss LucasArts.


5e40b9 No.14871038

File: e30a76557093770⋯.jpeg (9.86 KB, 189x267, 63:89, FOM.jpeg)

While certainly not fully forgotten due to how much it dominated the lives of anybody playing seriously, I doubt many people know about this one.


e17bf2 No.14871413

File: 8160f1b6bb2e4bb⋯.jpg (181.58 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, machines.jpg)

RTS with first person unit control. Got overshadowed by Warzone 2100 mostly.


c18b99 No.14871876

>>14792984

You and the guy looking for the blue PacMan game ie me will never find these games ever again.


ec2b66 No.14871956

File: 3960c27ecacd645⋯.png (144.66 KB, 640x480, 4:3, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 2053267cc64591e⋯.png (552.5 KB, 757x426, 757:426, ClipboardImage.png)


c1d7a0 No.14872189

>>14871413

Nigga I remember that, you could drive inside buildings too


d56aa7 No.14877479

>>14871956

At first I thought that was the scrapped death match mode, but it just looks like regular Diablo 3. I think about how cool D3 could have been a lot.


736415 No.14877606

File: d1683046222b154⋯.jpg (84.43 KB, 481x680, 481:680, robot wars nigga.jpg)

Had this fucker on the PC when I was younger, shit was fun and the graphics weren't too bad for its time. I remember you could build your own robot and each part added different stats to your robot, using fiberglass was lighter than metal but less durable for example. There was a level where you're battling it out at a subway station and you could even go inside the trains and they could leave with you still in them or for more lulz you could push others off onto the tracks to be crushed by the fucking train.

The game was probably ass but I remember it being fun as a kid.


7a9717 No.14880538

The graphics of Ultra Vien are so primitive no one cares if they're porn, so they stay up in the thread.


8e9a42 No.14884641

Fuck son, I played once a SNES fighting game with a gloomy athmosphere, humanoid monster chatacters fighting humams and it was either set in the future (post-apocalypse) of another planets.


7fef42 No.14884697

>>14877606

I had it on XBox. You had scrap-heaps and Russian Military bases.

Even a fictional weapon that drained your opponents battery life and gave it to you.


cdabad No.14884755

>>14884641

Damn I remember this shit too.

I can't remember the name even If my life depended on it.


f1bf61 No.14884766

File: 00dbd4097c85ff0⋯.png (185.6 KB, 256x357, 256:357, Crazy_Machines_Coverart.png)


708c24 No.14884989

>>14884755

There's a YT video of all fighting games for the SNES, maybe if we watch it we'll recognize it.


a1d883 No.14887218

File: ffbab315851384d⋯.png (305.55 KB, 1241x1004, 1241:1004, unnamed.png)

sightly unrelated but how do you keep track of games?

been using grouve but i feel like there is something better out there.

I'm looking for something with game to game recommendations.


41e030 No.14887226

>>14884766

FUCK YEAH CRAZY MACHINES IS THE SHIT


32efad No.14888970

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

35344a No.14889006

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>14791522

Assault Retribution. I think the creator wound up making it because he liked arcade style games, and I think someone said he died. This game is unfair at all times but god do I love the art and music. I am a sucker for '90s techno.


b0cce3 No.14892553

Anyone knows a point-and-click PC game from the 90s (early 90s) that came in diskette, had pretty decent art, I think it had animated sequences, and was about space rebels. At some point you have to jumpstart a small ship so you can escape, and at that point you have to grab some cables from the ship's panel and rearrange them and the key to know how to rearrange them is in the box. The game says something like "check the box of this game for the code" and since I only had the diskette I coundn't continue the game.


b5fada No.14892612

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i have never seen anyone talk about this game in my life


e9ea2c No.14893417

File: e8425e328d0dd5b⋯.png (275.27 KB, 265x375, 53:75, ClipboardImage.png)

>>14892612

How the fuck do they get this box art from those in game models?


473ec7 No.14899217

>>14889006

Hey, now that's interesting.


5ad2ab No.14899594

File: 511f5ea5b6b2bca⋯.jpg (48.66 KB, 320x452, 80:113, Yoshitsune.jpg)

A short fun game, special skills involves slowing down time and performing a perfect counter on enemies. Heard it had a sequel but i didn't want to buy a ps3 and word of mouth at the time was that the sequel was terrible.


325e6f No.14900014

File: a57f7c7d207773a⋯.jpg (100.24 KB, 715x715, 1:1, BBLiT ps1.jpg)

File: 53f694e4d54a932⋯.jpg (64.78 KB, 640x633, 640:633, BB&TTB ps1.jpg)

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>>14800653

These old Looney Tunes games were surprisingly good. Lost in time was the first game I stayed up past my bedtime to play. I got to know all the creaky spots in the floor from my room to the living room while sneaking out to play it. We need more 1920's to 1950's cartoon-inspired vidya.


44e36d No.14900180

Gunlok. Great squad strategy game with robots in it.


8f69ab No.14903697

>>14851648

Best fucking game on the planet.

I spent way too much time on playing and dissecting it, and I'd kill for the source code…

There's a Polish forum around theocracy.xgame.pl with some content - a few of them seemed to try and unlock modding potential, but nothing new has been posted in about a year or two. My Polish is as good as google translate's though, so it took me ages to dig around


1c72ec No.14905422

File: 0b678fa834cc8e2⋯.jpg (162.97 KB, 800x1140, 40:57, 241149-sphinx-and-the-curs….jpg)

This is one of the best games I played during the 6th gen. It came out around the same time as Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time if I remember correctly, which may be part of why it didn't get much popularity. It's an incredibly solid Zelda clone set in Ancient Egypt, with two main gameplay types. The first is Zelda-style adventuring and dungeon crawling as Sphinx. You explore temples and pyramids and such, as well as being able to do sidequests in large overworld hubs and towns. It's more platforming heavy than Zelda, though, since Sphinx can double-jump at any time. The other gameplay type is the Mummy levels, which are puzzle-platformer sequences that center around using your immortality to do things that Sphinx can't, like catching yourself on fire and acting as a human torch in order to light torches. I think you could turn into a bat too, but my memory's a bit hazy on that. It also had a game-breaking bug where if you saved at a certain save statue it made the game uncompletable, but I think that was only on the GameCube version for some reason.

I highly recommend giving it a shot. It recently got released on GOG, and that's probably the version to get, since the console versions probably don't hold up as well (and may have those bugs).


16a688 No.14905470

>>14900014

Lost in Time was the shit. I'm going to go download it right now.


31c703 No.14905493

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0ce83d No.14905500

File: a17f99a7b05e9d8⋯.jpg (40.4 KB, 517x640, 517:640, giz.jpg)

File: f83350a58b19509⋯.jpg (2 MB, 3204x2164, 801:541, Metal Arms Glitch In The S….jpg)

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all great games. fate of atlantis still holds up if you get the original version without voiceovers.


31c703 No.14905519

>>14795281

Oh fuck I know tongue of the fatman. It was that game that tried to merge RPG-style character building and fighting game mechanics without taking into account that maximum speed = stunlock everyone forever.

>>14836799

best pc fighting game right here


16a688 No.14905524

I remember a game that was inside a futuristic cavern, you flew around a spaceship and you could go 360 in all directions. You were always flying around tunnels, I can't remember if there was any combat or not. I remember the textures were extremely pixelated, probably early to mid 90s game. It might have had something to do with 7th Level's G-Nome. I also remember the level I played, the color scheme was overwhelmingly blue-gray.


4ba74b No.14905530

File: c6d0ccec360bd31⋯.jpg (80.51 KB, 627x353, 627:353, serveimage.jpg)

If you've ever seen a mention of PoPoLoCrois, it was probably me. I wish I had the means to play the whole series, but I don't know nip.


976f0e No.14905556

>>14900014

man, sheep dog n wolf aka sheep raider is fucking GREAT, I used to have the demo for ps1 and wanting the whole thing so bad but never got it, I'm glad emulators exist now


4cc031 No.14905589

>>14905530

on what system was that one? looks qt as fuck


796701 No.14905593

File: e9f2f3c3ae89ae0⋯.png (111.43 KB, 640x400, 8:5, Gladiator.png)

It's a shame, because it has some really awesome concepts but it's so raw and unrefined.

>permadeath for your characters

>level up stats with gold you collect between maps

>can switch between characters on the fly

>can even be monsters because why the fuck not

>real-time action that focuses on individual control rather than being a shitty JRPG

I have yet to see a game that fills the same niche. The closest would be Mount & Blade: Warband, but even then, it lacks the "permadeath for everything", ability to customize stats, name each character, and ability to switch between characters. Every now and again I go through and play openglad still. It's not perfect, but damn is it fun.


4ba74b No.14905602

File: cdff3f6885d8fb1⋯.png (44.23 KB, 516x421, 516:421, popolocrois___narcia_and_p….png)

>>14905589

The version I played was on PSP, but it's actually a port of two PS1 games combined because the story continued from one to another anyway. There's sequels on PS2 and 3DS but I haven't had the chance to play them yet. It's not an amazingly challenging or deep game but it's still really enjoyable and the characters are super likeable.


ee1610 No.14905635

>>14859058

Oh yeah, the one near the pier, wasn't it?

You're supposed to snipe the guy but I just threw grenades and he went blasting off - even got stuck in a wall.

Great game, but I think many people remember it, it's not *that* forgotten.


1f309a No.14905681

>>14905602

I think the only reason I got interested in Popolocrois was because of Tom's autism that got him to translate both animes a decade ago but god the guy is a flaming faggot. What little bits I saw of the ancient comic that came out decades ago in Japan looked pretty cool though.


1f309a No.14905727

>>14857469

>there were fucking prime time television ads of this game during friends and will & grace

I thought that was supposed to be a fucking joke, like the cutscenes and the silly hats, that shit was really ham-fisted.


d1cd65 No.14905741

>>14905593

This game had so much interesting stuff, leveling up characters to unlock new abilities was interesting. It really needed a guide though. It was so hard to figure out where was the right way to go and the wrong way to go and even what things did, like the clerics attack, and what stats do.


141387 No.14905851

>>14793311

I swear if you're just referencing cheetahmen or some shit.


527cb0 No.14905913

File: 76903088c0132e8⋯.jpeg (62.67 KB, 804x800, 201:200, Silent Bomber.jpeg)

File: 72ffd1ed1868773⋯.jpeg (66.66 KB, 640x480, 4:3, SB levels.jpeg)

File: 87c3b437a6dbbd3⋯.jpeg (73.62 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, SB enemies.jpeg)

File: ddf56ef85724b44⋯.png (86.58 KB, 320x320, 1:1, fuck your feelings.png)

I'm not sure if other people remember it but I never see it being mentioned


d050f4 No.14905974

>>14791522

does anybody remember that TPS where you play as a mexican dude that can dual wield guitar cases?


cdf680 No.14905995

File: 9753ba5baedafa9⋯.png (214.79 KB, 1080x1080, 1:1, French Pepe.png)

>>14900014

>Infogrames

R.I.P

they were the sole frenchfaguette company I didn't hate and made good games.


cdf680 No.14906012

>>14870954

We all do anon, as I miss Maxis, Bullfrog, Infogrames, hell even mid 90's EA.

Sometimes I hate capitalism and it's so called (((freemarket))).


723ef1 No.14906023

File: d51c6277458724f⋯.jpeg (284.27 KB, 750x529, 750:529, Total Overdose and Chili ….jpeg)

>>14905974

I couldn't remember the name so I typed in "Mexican Max Payne" and it came up.


dea8d6 No.14906075

File: 6a4eee75b2b679a⋯.jpg (29.13 KB, 316x316, 1:1, Brave_Fencer_Musashi.jpg)

Brave Fencer Musashi

I fucking loved it as a kid


34b8a8 No.14908077

File: 43e8a1df7acbe71⋯.png (177.48 KB, 250x252, 125:126, ClipboardImage.png)

Surprisingly good rts, though it has the complexity of a brick. Crowwiz best wiz


e82214 No.14908920

>>14906075

Hey, I bought that one as a kid. Never played it and now I don't even have a PS1 to play it in.




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