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Submitted by leonHurley 918d ago | opinion piece

7 Playstation classics you’ve genuinely never heard of

OPM: Think you’ve played it all? Think you’re an authority on Playstation’s early years? Have a gander at these forgotten, forbidden and fabulous PSOne gems and get back to us… (Brave Fencer Musashi, Jade Cocoon: Story of the Tamamayu, Retro, The Silver Case)

Stuart5756  +   918d ago
Official Playstation Magazine UK listing 7 games that weren't released in the UK and giving the header "7 Playstation classics you’ve genuinely never heard of", WTF. I could go to Japan and say, I bet you've never heard of "Yorkshire Puddings" and get no as a response, but guess what, I won't bother. This is NOT news worthy.
GamerCheese  +   918d ago
Didn't notice til you pointed it out! Also, what's Yorkshire pudding?
Bimkoblerutso  +   918d ago
Unless I am wrong (and I am never wrong), it's a type of gardening tool.
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Zichu  +   918d ago
They're great lol. Have them in roast dinners, made out of pancake batter and cooked in the oven until they rise.

Can't have a roast beef dinner without a yorkshire pudding.
aiBreeze  +   918d ago
If anyone is confused as to what yorkshire pudding is, should see our festive mince pies :D
tgcorke  +   918d ago
I wouldn't be surprised if they didn't actually play any of these games until they decided to make an article about obscure games.
JellyJelly  +   918d ago
I've still played 3 of them :)
Bimkoblerutso  +   918d ago
Yeah, I've played the three on the list that were actually available in the US, and even then, I've only played the Neverhood on PC...because IT WASN'T AVAILABLE ON THE PLAYSTATION IN NORTH AMERICA.

What a dumb list.
Catoplepas  +   918d ago
Other titles aside, Brave Fencer Musashi, and Jade Cocoon, are both fairly well known titles.
Captain Qwark 9  +   918d ago
indeed, played and loved both.

they should put carnage heart in there. it was such a unique, awesome, and challenging game
GamerCheese  +   918d ago
Brave Fencer was amazing!!!
CalibriSerif  +   917d ago
what the hell? brave fencer mushashi?? seriously? it's like saying tomba is not popular.
MilkMan  +   917d ago
Played all of these man. Get your list straight. I think I still have Brave Fencer under my bed somewhere.
MissKitteh  +   917d ago
I played The Neverhood! It was pretty good, but never got far. The claymation style was awesome.
Derpy  +   917d ago
The only ones on that list that I hadn't heard of were the Japan only ones. I had picked up Jade Cacoon back then because I thought it looked like a Studio Gibli movie, but IMO the game itself wasn't very good. My nephew had that Bave Fencer game, but I never got it myself, though I played his copy. I remember reading about The Neverhood, but never came across a copy of it in the stores. If you had a PSX during it's gen and were serious about gaming, I think it's highly unlikely that you hadn't heard of all the games on this list that received a western release.
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Spenok  +   917d ago
WRONG! I have heard of 3 of those, and even played 1. xD

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