I don't think Goldeneye has aged too badly, tbh. I'm always surprised when it appears on lists like this, because there are far more outdated FPS games out there that a new generation of gamers would have a difficult time getting into. I recently had a 4-player session with some friends who'd never played it before, and once they figured out the controls and which screen their character was on, they had a blast. I was pleasantly surprised by how much they loved it.
It's funny you mention that. The author just did such a list: http://n4g.com/news/1733806...
Both of those games are so underrated. It's a shame they didn't sell better. I wasn't expecting Resonance of Fate to be a HUGE hit, but it certainly didn't help that SEGA released it in the same month as Final Fantasy XIII.
Huh. I had no idea Rocko's Modern Life only had 4 seasons. It felt like it lasted longer than that.
A full RE2 (and RE3) remake would be amazing.
After the twist ending in this episode, I'm very curious to see how they will tie up all lose ends in just two more episodes. It feels like we've only just really gotten into the story. It's hard to believe its past the halfway point.
And he only has one eye. He's a one-eyed trowzer snake. lol
Final Fantasy VIII for me. I remember being a little kid in the 90s and seeing the intro to FFVIII being played on a TV in EB Games. I was blown away. I'd never seen anything like it. I begged and begged my parents to buy the game after that.
Same. I hope the enemies are as bizarre, the music is as eerie, and the world is as strange as the original. And I hope there is at least one random unexplained blimp in the sky! lol
Every now and then, I watch a playthrough of Shadow of the Beast on youtube to relive the music. The soundtrack for that game was incredible.
And the few arcades that DO still exist don't get games like this.
Driving in Far Cry is so frustrating because it feels like the wheels are filled with helium.
Not gonna lie, Deadly Premonition was one of my favorite games of last gen. I didn't even like it in a "so bad it's good" sort of way. I genuinely enjoyed the weirdness, the kooky characters, and the mystery of who killed Anna. I got really invested in it! :D
My body is ready.
You know there's a problem when even the heroes mock the villain's "comic book" plans. I miss old, mysterious, puppetmaster Wesker.
Nah, the author is right. MGS2 was released on November 12 2001, two months after 9/11. The ending wasn't changed until very late in development.
And Angel Stone is being released on smartphones, so it's VERY unlikely that the gameplay will look like this.
Alien Isolation was my favorite game of last year, but I understand why it got average reviews. It was very long and repetitive so I can see how people would be put-off by that. I didn't mind it though. I enjoyed the atmosphere and found it to be a genuinely scary game.