Played it too late and now no one talks about it :(

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Can I go for a game I played on release day that still no one talks about? Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time is getting overshadowed by Crap Space 3[1] just a bit heavily...

No? I guess I'll probably go with Fallout: New Vegas. I got to play it shortly before the holidays and by then no one was talking about it anymore. I'll see it occasionally come up, but nothing major.

[1] Mock title is because I genuinely do not like Dead Space, not so I can mock its popularity.

SweetShark:

FizzyIzze:

tippy2k2:
As a cheap-ass...

You. I like you. You say stuff that I won't normally say about myself.

I'm a cheap-ass gamer too, and I often wonder which is worse: The type of person that will hack their machine and play nothing but "backups" or someone like me who will wait over six months to get a game for 80% off list price.

I had to listen/read comments about the cake and how much of a lie it was for well over a year until I got Portal for free somehow. I think it was on Steam. Hell, I still haven't played Bulletstorm, and I recently got that for like $15 (PS3). I also just got Binary Domain, even though I have yet to finish Dishonored (got that for peanuts as well).

Next on my list are Far Cry 3 and Spec Ops: The Line. I'm sure the PS4/720 will be out by the time I pick them up.

Make it three, I am also this type too...
That why also I created a "Pay-what-you-want sites" list in one of my Threads:

To search quickly all the sites that have really good offers.
Just for the heck of it, here is the recent list, maybe I will update it later
[sidenote, some sites are down, so don't expect all of them to work]

B Indie Budle http://www.indiebundle.org/
Built a Bundle [Groupees] http://groupees.com
Bundle In A Box http://bundle-in-a-box.com/
Bundle Stars http://www.bundlestars.com/
Buy Game, not Socks http://www.buygamesnotsocks.com/
GameDev Bundle https://gamedevbundle.com/
Greenlight Bundle http://www.thegreenlightbundle.com/
Indie All-Stars Bundle http://www.indie-allstars.com/
Indie Bundles http://indiebundles.com/
Indie Buskers http://www.indiebuskers.net/
Indie Face Kick http://bitg.gamingallthetime.com/producthome.php
Indie Fort Bundle http://www.gamersgate.com/indiefort-bundle
Indie Gala http://www.indiegala.com/
Indie Game Bundles http://www.indiegamebundles.com/
Indie Royale http://www.indieroyale.com/
IndieGameStand https://indiegamestand.com/
IUP Bundle http://iupbundle.org/
Little Big Bunch http://www.littlebigbunch.com/
Summer Batch http://www.summerbatch.co.uk/
The Indie Bundle http://theindiebundle.com/
The Humble Bundle http://www.humblebundle.com/

I think I'm just gonna stand over here with these guys.
Looks like my kind of crew.

I also tend to wait for games on Steam that are at -75% or beyond, but even then I'm rather cautious, since you never know when a Humble Bundle comes around letting you decide your own price - sometimes even throwing some bonuses into the mix. As for console games, I recently picked up Binary Domain for € 15, Homefront, Metroid M and Metroid Trilogy Collector's Edition (!) for € 10 each and Ivy The Kiwi for a fiver. All of them brand spanking new.

I actually have both Darkness games and have only played the first one for about 10 minutes. The second one was a Christmas present. I've been meaning to get around to these games for a while and I think I'll start soon.
Hopefully I have someone to talk to by the time I end up finishing them.

So many games! Right now I'm elbows deep in Borderlands 2, just finished Deus Ex: HR, and hop on my newly purchased copy of CIV 5 when I have huge swaths of time to get rid of. Loving/loved all three games but can't really make a thread about how much I am enjoying them without it getting buried in a ton of "late to the party" posts.

Sonic Generations. God damn it this game is gooooood!! to me they finally got both versions of sonic right and the whole package is just something of beauty, from visuals, to the level designs to the amazing music.
But of course no one is talking about this anymore and saying exactly what I am saying now. No they all did that back in 2011 back when I was dismissing this game due to just playing the demo and being pretty set against Sonic games since 06.
I have now realised they knocked it out of the park and I have no one to gush too!!

Oh and Mass Effect 3.
I am really loving this game. Which I hate because all through this game I have to keep reminding myself to not fall head over heels for it because there is a god awful fandom shattering decision ignoring ending awaiting me. At least that's what I have gathered from very vague spoiler free conversations about the ending.
But then again I have Leviathan and EC and I heard that cushions the blow of this terrible ending.(though I did hear about a pretty BIG part of the ending and I got to say I am really okay with it. It was how I was hoping the third Metroid game would end.

Chester Rabbit:
Oh and Mass Effect 3.
I am really loving this game. Which I hate because all through this game I have to keep reminding myself to not fall head over heels for it because there is a god awful fandom shattering decision ignoring ending awaiting me. At least that's what I have gathered from very vague spoiler free conversations about the ending.
But then again I have Leviathan and EC and I heard that cushions the blow of this terrible ending.(though I did hear about a pretty BIG part of the ending and I got to say I am really okay with it. It was how I was hoping the third Metroid game would end.

I wouldn't worry about the endings overmuch. This also made me feel Herpaderp for saying Fallout: New Vegas. Because I just got done playing the ME trilogy altogether and it was pretty amazing. Only now the only thing people will talk about is the ending and multiplayer. xP

I'm a recent Bethesda fan and I started playing Fallout 3 a few weeks ago. Pretty cool game. Next i'll get Skyrim...and I'll also be late to that party, heh.

Jaeke:
Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
I was lucky enough to keep myself from spoiling anything about it with the thought "Maybe I'll play it someday" and I'm so glad I did.
Amazing game, better than I'd expected it to be.

Out of interest, what happened with Malik and how did you find that?

Padwolf:
Another old game I'd like to gush about is Viva Pinata. That game. So bright and colourful and just so much fun and wonderful to play. Even if it does get hard. Damn game. I want more piņatas but to do that I have to kill off some D: That game is not for kids. Once an adult piņata died and then it's children ate the remains! Then an evil piņata came into my garden and the only way to get it out was to beat it to death with a shovel as it was making my other piņatas sick. But it's such a great game.

Now you make me all curious!
Should I get the first or the second one?

After being initially turned off by the drastically altered combat, I didn't get around to playing Dragon Age 2 until about a year after it was released. Once I did work up the will to play it (thank you Age of the Dragon), I found a lot to enjoy, though there were obviously serious flaws. As it was such a complicated matter, I found myself really wanting to discuss its successes and failings in greater detail, but by that point the conversation had long since devolved into "DA2 sucks," "No it doesn't," "Yes it does," "No it doesn't," etc.

That's not the only time something similar to this has happened to me, but I have the memory of a goldfish and it's all I can think of at the moment.

Binary Domain was a fucking awesome game that nobody ever talked about.

The story was actually pretty rad and even though the characters seem kind of one-dimensional at first and the voice acting is kind of cheesy, once you let yourself get in the right mindset the whole cast really grows on you.

I especially like how it's hilarious that it's a Japanese game, but all the protagonists are of other countries (America, Britain, France, China, etc.) and the main bad guys are Japanese, and then (spoiler alert) the American protagonist falls for the Chinese operative. Hilarious and awesome considering the state of world affairs in general.

RicoADF:
Ah yes I remember being in that boat before I got work, now I buy my games on day one and still don't play it till months later due to lack of time -_-

I use to have all the time in the world and no money, now I got all the money I could want bit no time. Evil life.

That's funny cause that's basically the boat I'm in now (your current life situation that is).

I'm 27 with a full-time job and no kids. Student loans bitch slap my budget but I still have FAR more disposable income than I ever did when I was a youngion and a much bigger library. Hell, I'm about to break 50,000 Gamer Points on my 360 and that's just gaming on ONE console :)

However, I don't have the time. This does give the added benefit though of allowing me to be a cheap-ass gamer! Yah?!

Example:
Two games that Tippy2k2 really wanted to play are out (for ease, let's say XCOM and Witcher 2). Both are games that he has been super excited for but Witcher 2, having been out for six months, is much cheaper than XCOM. Due to time restraints in his life, he knows he will be unable to complete both and therefore purchases the cheaper one, knowing XCOM will eventually drop in price too! It's the perfect cycle (well...except for the "no one talks about it" part).

IrateDonnie:

Jacco:
My old game that I love that no one talks about (or even really knows existed) is Turok Evolution. That game is just a trip. It's so satisfying to play with the level of over the top gore and awesome weapons.

Is that the one with the Cerebal Bore? That was the game that got me into FPS's....That & the old n64 Soulth Park game, the one where you can piss on the snowballs for the alt fire.

I dont know about a cerebral bore, but it had a rocket launcher who's alt fire shot purple drill bits that tracked people and then bored their legs, arms, and head off over the matter of about a minute. lol

I have this all the time. I just finished Condemned 2.

by the way, this is all FIRST WORLD PROBLEMS.

tippy2k2:
As a cheap-ass, it is incredibly rare that I purchase a game first-day. Even when I do purchase a game first-day (see Mass Effect 3), I have a job and other responsibilities so it takes me a long time to actually play through. However, I am now in the situation where I REALLY want to find someone to talk to about a game experience but no one's interested because it's old news :(

My example:
I just played through The Darkness II. Holy amaz-balls, what an excellent game. For those of you who continually bitch about the FPS genre having nothing more than shallow MMS games, be quiet and go play the Darkness and The Darkness II. The voice acting is some of the best I've ever seen in a game and the story gives you the type of gut-punch seen in the more recent examples of "Spec-Ops The Line" and "The Walking Dead". The games are dirt cheap so you have little to lose but some time. Plus, how many other games allow you to Quad-wield weapons!?

So anyway, cheap-ass gamers unite (or maybe just ignorant gamers who let things slip through the cracks for a long time)! What games are you just recently playing that you want to just GUSH about but it's so old that the conversation has moved far past you...

I thought The Dakrness 2 was a bit of a let down when compared to the first game. By itself, the only bad things I have to say about the game is the length of the game, and the graphics. The Darkness looked disgustingly fantastic, and still does to this day. Darkness 2 has a fair few parts where it actually looks bad because they 'comiced' it up. Yeah, it's based off of a comic, but the first game was too, and it looked beautiful. Compared to the second game...the change in voice actors. While neither Jackie sounded 21, the first Jackie had such a mad voice, especially when he was talking about ripping Paulie apart to his Aunt in the third section. There were also no side missions with random people on the street, nor any 'hub worlds' where you did said side missions. The second one was a lot more linear than the first.

But that aside, both are fantastic games, and I believe no games to date has ever had the voice acting quality the first game did. The second was incredibly good, but nothing compared to that one scene in the orphanage in the first one. The guy that voiced Paulie was brilliant.

As for Mike Patton...be in more things. Please. MORE!

Edit: Hurrdurr. I recently finished all three God of War games. I got them cheap in a collection deal. 3 looked rather sexy, and during one scene, rather sexy. If you get what I mean. Hint, hint. Nudge, nudge. Voice acting in the games was pretty solid, although by the third game, I really did not like Kratos. At all. It was also kind of bollocks how you'd start off with all these powers at the beginning of the game, and then some BS event would take place to remove them all. Still, I guess that's what has to happen for games like this. Only one I can think of that did it well was Prototype, which just had a flashforward at the beginning. I think Infamous 2 had the main character get injured or something...can't remember.

Sack of Cheese:

Padwolf:
Another old game I'd like to gush about is Viva Pinata. That game. So bright and colourful and just so much fun and wonderful to play. Even if it does get hard. Damn game. I want more piņatas but to do that I have to kill off some D: That game is not for kids. Once an adult piņata died and then it's children ate the remains! Then an evil piņata came into my garden and the only way to get it out was to beat it to death with a shovel as it was making my other piņatas sick. But it's such a great game.

Now you make me all curious!
Should I get the first or the second one?

Get the first one :) Should be only a fiver at the moment. Also it's a very long game, there is tons of content, a lot of piņatas and they all have special requirements to get them. And they are adorable :D have fun!

Jacco:

IrateDonnie:

Jacco:
My old game that I love that no one talks about (or even really knows existed) is Turok Evolution. That game is just a trip. It's so satisfying to play with the level of over the top gore and awesome weapons.

Is that the one with the Cerebal Bore? That was the game that got me into FPS's....That & the old n64 Soulth Park game, the one where you can piss on the snowballs for the alt fire.

I dont know about a cerebral bore, but it had a rocket launcher who's alt fire shot purple drill bits that tracked people and then bored their legs, arms, and head off over the matter of about a minute. lol

I looked it up, it was in Turok2 seeds of evil.The one I was thinking about was Rage Wars, with the Chest-burster...one of the best weapons ever

IrateDonnie:

Jacco:
My old game that I love that no one talks about (or even really knows existed) is Turok Evolution. That game is just a trip. It's so satisfying to play with the level of over the top gore and awesome weapons.

Is that the one with the Cerebal Bore? That was the game that got me into FPS's....That & the old n64 Soulth Park game, the one where you can piss on the snowballs for the alt fire.

Jacco:

IrateDonnie:

Jacco:
My old game that I love that no one talks about (or even really knows existed) is Turok Evolution. That game is just a trip. It's so satisfying to play with the level of over the top gore and awesome weapons.

Is that the one with the Cerebal Bore? That was the game that got me into FPS's....That & the old n64 Soulth Park game, the one where you can piss on the snowballs for the alt fire.

I dont know about a cerebral bore, but it had a rocket launcher who's alt fire shot purple drill bits that tracked people and then bored their legs, arms, and head off over the matter of about a minute. lol

Cerebral Bore was Turok 2: Seeds of Evil on the N64. It was pretty gruesomely awesome.

I think Evolution's stand out weapon was the temporal cube, where you could create an implosion or explosion of cosmic energy. It was pretty.

edit: Aw damn too slow. Might as well add other stuff.

You might also consider Evolution's disease darts that made the enemies throw up until they died.

And the South Park game has to be the multiplayer cow launcher. If you got a headshot, the other player's screen would be filled with cow.

Reaper195:
I thought The Dakrness 2 was a bit of a let down when compared to the first game. By itself, the only bad things I have to say about the game is the length of the game, and the graphics. The Darkness looked disgustingly fantastic, and still does to this day. Darkness 2 has a fair few parts where it actually looks bad because they 'comiced' it up. Yeah, it's based off of a comic, but the first game was too, and it looked beautiful. Compared to the second game...the change in voice actors. While neither Jackie sounded 21, the first Jackie had such a mad voice, especially when he was talking about ripping Paulie apart to his Aunt in the third section. There were also no side missions with random people on the street, nor any 'hub worlds' where you did said side missions. The second one was a lot more linear than the first.

But that aside, both are fantastic games, and I believe no games to date has ever had the voice acting quality the first game did. The second was incredibly good, but nothing compared to that one scene in the orphanage in the first one. The guy that voiced Paulie was brilliant.

As for Mike Patton...be in more things. Please. MORE!

That's funny because a lot of what you stated made me like the second one more. Just different tastes I suppose :)

-Side missions gone! I prefer a laser focused story over the open world thing of the first one

-The graphics change. Had you asked me at the beginning I would have agreed but the "cell shaded"-type look really grew on me as it went on.

I played The Darkness I right away when it came out so it's been a few years since then. I didn't notice the voice actor change but again, it's been a long time.

Also, is Mike Patton The Darkness? If so, I 100% agree that he should be drowning in work. The Darkness is fucking scary sounding...

The Darkness series... I'd forgotten about it. I'll really have to give it a look, then.

I just went through Quake II. That's considerably older. Same with Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 3: Night of the Quinken. (Oddly enough, my favorite character is Shade the Bat, a minor NPC.) I'm also about halfway through the last level in Tom Clancy's original Splinter Cell.

You know... I remember first hearing about The Darkness from Zero Punctuation. Unfortunately, I must not have understood Yahtzee all that well or something, because I was under the assumption that it was some action-brawler like that of Devil May Cry or Beyonetta. So, when I actually saw someone playing it a while back, I didn't recognize it at first.

For me it was the first two Red Faction games. I personally liked the first one better than the second one, mostly because it had a better story(in my opinion).

I also have Devil May Cry and the first two Sly games to play, but just haven't gotten around to them yet.

I just finished Bastion about 3 hours ago. I've actually owned it for over a year, and even had started it before. I thought it was great from minute one, but before I could really get into it, my graphics card broke. My computer is from 2007 and wasn't that great then, there was no way it could run Bastion without a GPU. In fact, it wouldn't even turn on. So I stop gaming for a long time, but eventually get a new gpu. I even had the Bastion Soundtrack in my car for an extremely long time. I became a huge fan of this game having only played it for about 2 hours some 13 months ago.

And now I've finally found the time and equipment to sit down and play it. My god, the game is so ridiculously fun. The writing is absurdly good, but then again, would it even have to be with Rucks' narration? Give that man a nature documentary about angler fish or something, anything just to give that voice more exposure.

Suffice to say, I loved everything about Bastion. From the way the land built itself in front of you, to the power ups being booze, to the difficulty being determined by how many gods you wanted to piss off, and the large amount of weapons, each of which having a great degree of customization and history behind them.

tippy2k2:

RicoADF:
Ah yes I remember being in that boat before I got work, now I buy my games on day one and still don't play it till months later due to lack of time -_-

I use to have all the time in the world and no money, now I got all the money I could want bit no time. Evil life.

That's funny cause that's basically the boat I'm in now (your current life situation that is).

I'm 27 with a full-time job and no kids. Student loans bitch slap my budget but I still have FAR more disposable income than I ever did when I was a youngion and a much bigger library. Hell, I'm about to break 50,000 Gamer Points on my 360 and that's just gaming on ONE console :)

However, I don't have the time. This does give the added benefit though of allowing me to be a cheap-ass gamer! Yah?!

Example:
Two games that Tippy2k2 really wanted to play are out (for ease, let's say XCOM and Witcher 2). Both are games that he has been super excited for but Witcher 2, having been out for six months, is much cheaper than XCOM. Due to time restraints in his life, he knows he will be unable to complete both and therefore purchases the cheaper one, knowing XCOM will eventually drop in price too! It's the perfect cycle (well...except for the "no one talks about it" part).

For me it depends on what game it is. If its a meh game I let it get cheap and maybe get it on sale, if its cod I never get it, if its a game I want to support and will play one day I get either pre-order or soon after release and play it later eg: dishonoured. However a few special games get pre-ordered collectors editions and are pushed to the top of the play list, eg:aliens colonial marines.

necromanzer52:

Nomanslander:
I want to talk about Link to the Past because I played it recently, but I guess I'm almost 2 decades late in the discussion. 0.o

No way. I just played link to the past for the first time a month ago. Good game, wasn't it?

OT: The last game I played was the original crash bandicoot. I've had it since I was quite young but this was the first time I'd beaten it. In fact the majority of the games I play are at least a few years old.

I felt like it was one of the best games I had played ever. Two decades old and it still holds up better than most games today. And I'm not even a retro-gamer really to be thinking and saying this... almost quite the contrary.

:P

shrekfan246:

As for me, I only just beat Bioshock and Bioshock 2 over the last few months, even though I had owned the first for something like two and a half years, and I've only recently started actually playing the first Dead Space.

Ah, me too, i'm about 14 hours into the first Bioshock and i'm all "This is the greatest, I must tell everyone about this amazing game! Oh....wait."

Luckily I have a friend playing through it for the first time too, so I can talk with him about it, hehe

Is the second one worth playing? I've heard opinions ranging from good to horrible on it :s
Personally i'll go for anything that lets me explore more of Rapture.

Edit: The good thing about playing games late is that there is already lots of discussion and background and fanwork done for them, you don't need to wait for meta-goodies.

Fishcactus:

shrekfan246:

As for me, I only just beat Bioshock and Bioshock 2 over the last few months, even though I had owned the first for something like two and a half years, and I've only recently started actually playing the first Dead Space.

Ah, me too, i'm about 14 hours into the first Bioshock and i'm all "This is the greatest, I must tell everyone about this amazing game! Oh....wait."

Luckily I have a friend playing through it for the first time too, so I can talk with him about it, hehe

Is the second one worth playing? I've heard opinions ranging from good to horrible on it :s
Personally i'll go for anything that lets me explore more of Rapture.

I loved the second one. It's got far better shooting mechanics and enemy scaling, the melee weapon feels a lot meatier and has more variety than a singular swing, dual-wielding a weapon with plasmids is insanely useful (though there were only a select few plasmids I regularly used), and while the overall story/antagonists aren't as interesting as Andrew Ryan/a spoiler that I won't say, in my opinion the writing was just as good.

Protecting little sisters is a bit frustrating at times, but it never really felt all that tedious to me, especially after getting the grenade launcher, mini-turrets, and drill charge (which is insanely fun to use).

It might be worse on consoles though, I don't know, I played the PC version. I do know that I had to tweak an .ini file so I could raise the FOV because the default felt really boxed in, which was an issue I had with the first game as well (thankfully the PC version of that had an option in-game to increase the FOV).

It wasn't as atmospheric, if just because it does a decent enough job of really making you feel like you're a Big Daddy, and the world-building wasn't quite as good, but the art direction itself was still fantastic.

I was actually planning on typing up a user review for Bioshock 2. >.>

Portal 2.

Played and loved the first Portal, was unfortunately spoiled to the ending by Youtube ahead of time. Decided Portal 2 would be different, HOWEVER felt it was too much money at launch for the game, considering how short the first Portal was.

So I waited.

And I waited.

And still I waited.

And I avoided spoilers like the goddamned plague.

And sadly, I did end up learning about some stuff. But this last christmas, when XBL ran its holiday sale and dropped the price down to 20-ish dollars, I picked it up (incidentally, this was how I learned you could buy entire non-arcade games with microsoft points, which I did not know you could do) and I was delighted to find that it was worth the effort to preserve as many of the twists as possible, like PotaTOS for example. (Has the statute of limitations finally expired on this one? I admit I do not know.)

Only problem now is the 2-player campaign. I'm gonna need help with that. >_<

I just picked up the first God of War about a month ago. It's as good as I expected, but I would say I'm quite late to the party.

I've also considered finally purchasing Super Mario Galaxy 2. I loved the first one so much I hundred-percented it twice.. I can't quite understand why I never got the second.

Got da Bastion over here.

Jacco:
My old game that I love that no one talks about (or even really knows existed) is Turok Evolution. That game is just a trip. It's so satisfying to play with the level of over the top gore and awesome weapons.

Dude, that game was my fucking childhood. So awesome. Dat forboding atmosphere.

I've started playing the 2008 reboot of Prince of Persia. To be fair, it's not that bad. Yeah, combat's shit and the parkouring's sluggish compared to the SoT Prince, but I really liked the subtle little interactions between the Prince and Elika. It really made me feel like they're forming a bond as they traversed the wonderfully broken landscape.

shrekfan246:
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Haha, you should totally do a full review of Bioshock 2. I have it on PS3, but since I played Bioshock 1 on the PC i'll just get it on Steam.

OT: I still have so many games I need to play/played after everyone else. Part of the problem is that I just keep wanting to play Left 4 Dead 2 everyday, instead of starting a new game >.<

Portal & Portal 2 I played just last year...but I guess I got to skip all of the "The cake is a lie!!11! lololol" stuff :P

Fishcactus:

shrekfan246:
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Haha, you should totally do a full review of Bioshock 2. I have it on PS3, but since I played Bioshock 1 on the PC i'll just get it on Steam.

If you do get it on Steam and find that the field of view feels constrictive, then going to C:/Users/[Username]/AppData/Roaming/Bioshock2 folder will lead you to a file named "User", which you can open in Notepad to edit. In a section labeled by "[Default]" there are a bunch of keybindings, and you can use any of the open ones to bind "[Key]=SetFOV [Insert Desired Number]". Then just hit the assigned button in-game and voila! Wider field of vision. It does need to be done again after every location transition/cut-scene, death, or if you ever actually use the iron sights (which you could be forgiven for not knowing were even in the game because there's little reason to use them), though.

And if you're using XP still, the file path would be C:/Documents and Settings/[Username]/Application Data instead.

Also, the "Bioshock2SP" file which should be in the same folder (could be wrong about the location of that one, though..) has a line where "Vsync=True", and switching that to "False" is the only way to actually turn Vsync off... if that's something you'd care about.

I know there's a small chance of you actually remembering all of this by the time you decide to get and/or play the game, but I like to pretend that I'm helpful all the same. >.>

OT: I still have so many games I need to play/played after everyone else. Part of the problem is that I just keep wanting to play Left 4 Dead 2 everyday, instead of starting a new game >.<

Portal & Portal 2 I played just last year...but I guess I got to skip all of the "The cake is a lie!!11! lololol" stuff :P

I actually only played Portal about two years ago, myself. Didn't know anything about it prior to playing, but I had a free copy included with my Steam installation so I decided what the heck, I should play it. So glad that I did.

I just bought Futurama the game and it's surprisingly crap...and good...I...what? It runs on Gamebryo of all things and they have these weird platform sections, the targeting is one of the worst things I've ever seen, and even the voice acting is off at points. Not to mention is has a weird compression pixel issue....and a framerate issue. But it's fun! And the atmosphere is cool, and I love it when Fry says "Oh! A Nibbler! I'm gonna collect all of them!". Maybe because it feels almost exactly like Toy Story 2 for the ps1.

Gosh I finished an old game just the other day and wanted to talk about it but now I forgot :(

Anything that I get for the dreamcast that my cousin finally gave me after 12 years of not touching it (she never even got a memory card). A lot of dreamcast games had online connectivity (Jet Set Radio or Phantasy star online) *sigh* I wish I could go back and time and use the internet for all of the games i own even if it's just access to the games website.

shrekfan246:
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Oh wow, thanks for all the information :D
I'll probably buy it after I finish the first game, or i'll get withdrawal symptoms

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