Some games are exciting, adrenaline-fuelled and action-packed. Others are cerebral, demanding and rewarding. But a select few manage to refine exactly what fun and happiness is all about and turn it into a game. Here’s five of them…
Agree with JC2, game is pure fun. Haven't done like 3% of the missions yet because I get distracted flying jets dead close to the water or grappling across islands (on PC you can get it so the grapple has no distance limit and that is AWESOME).
JC2 bored me after a while, had to sell it.
Those who follow the gaming god shall have eternal happiness and everlasting video games.
I followed gaming Satan for the better part of my life. I ended up in a one bedroom apartment...playing Superman 64. That's not a path you want to take. Trust me.
For some reason I just cannot get into LittleBigPlanet. I agree the others can have that feeling of joy, but LittleBigPlanet just felt too much like Mario in super slow motion with physics. I keep hearing it is genius but have yet to see what the heck is so interesting about it.
I'll assume you are being sincere. We all love it because of what comes out of it. You can create what you think. You can see the dreams of millions! You can live and breathe art! LittleBigPlanet was never just a simple platformer for anyone with an imagination. It was so much more...and the second one is basically there to open up the sky and let these people do and create whatever they want...however they want to. It's imagination incarnate!
but once everything clicked into place it became one of my favourite games.
The missions are hardly any fun. Modding it for unlimited rope lenght/stenght made it better, but flying was actually what took up the majority of my time in that game
No Super Mario Galaxy?
in fact a lot of Dreamcast games did. That console seemed to have a particular knack for the sort of thing. Crazy Taxi, Jet Set Radio, Chu Chu Rocket, Sonic Adventure. The Dreamcast was a lot like those technicolour films of the 40's and 50's, they both had really vivid colour palettes that you just don't see anymore.
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