The Five Most Underrated Platformers of all Time

Ray Porreca of Entertainment Buddha writes: "Within the platforming genre as a whole, the robust selection of games available led to a variety of options. Starting from more simplistic 2D platforming games, the genre continued to grow all the way into massive, fully 3D games such as the Nintendo 64’s Super Mario 64. As platformers became more abundant, some of the best offerings quickly became out shadowed by games featuring company ‘mascots’ that dominated the market."

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HAMM3RofBUDDHA1746d ago

I can honestly say I've never heard of any of these but would be willing to check them out if they release on PlayStation Now.

Ilovetheps41746d ago

I played Ty the Tasmanian Tiger so much. It's amazing. If you have a PS2 lying around, pick it up for cheap. You won't regret it. I mean, haven't you ever wanted to use boomerangs as your weapon in a video game?

SilentNegotiator1746d ago

I personally found the Ty series just OK. Not bad, just OK. It was no Banjo-Kazooie/Tooie or Mario 64 or Spyro anyway.

nope1111746d ago

Mischief Makers was amazing!111 loved that awesome game.

TheLyonKing1746d ago

One of the hardest games on the n64 but so addictive. Just picking up the wee guys and throwing them around gave me endless fun as a kid.

nirwanda1746d ago

I owned everyone of those games except ty, I loved mischief makers, I also loved klonoa.

Loadedklip1746d ago

Loved Mischief Makers ... I believe Treasure was the developer. Not sure why Nintendo doesn't just buy them.

dark-kyon1746d ago

Mischief Makers is a of more specials games what i been playing ever.

nirwanda1746d ago

Hell yeah, crazy game, good multi player too.

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