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Zero Limit Classics: Jade Cocoon: Story of the Tamamayu

"ZL: The year is 1998. 2 years before the end of the PS1 era, The year is 1998. 2 years before the end of the PS1 era, and the console is showing no sign of stopping."

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Kenshin_BATT0USAI3333d ago

This was one of my favorite games ever. The variety of the monsters you could make was insane.
I also remember Jade cacoon 2. One day when I was like 8 I got locked out of my apartment and had no way in. After 2 hours of waiting my brother shows up, he notices how upset I was, and he pulls out of his bag jade cacoon 2. And man, I fell in love with that game. It was so freaking good. The series definitely needs a reboot.

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15 Most Underrated PlayStation Games (PS1)

The PlayStation (PSX or PS1) was home to a whole load of amazing games. The system is arguably the best console for RPGs and helped revolutionize sports and shooter games. With such an influx of overwhelmingly great PS1 RPGs and other games, it’s only natural that a few would slip through the cracks.

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Jiub820d ago

I thought Dune 2000 was something I made up in my head. I used to ask my brothers about the sand level in Command and Conquer. The interface is like dead-on.

CrimsonWing69820d ago

I’m fairly certain Parasite Eve was not underrated. The game got a greatest hits release and is pretty fondly remembered to this day.

SegaSaturn669820d ago

The Quest Mode for Ehrgeiz is phenomenal. Really good looking ps1 game that benefits from modern emulation.

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Nerdmaster820d ago

I find it weird Um Jammer Lammy being so unknown when I think it's much better than Parappa. It even has a secret second half which you play as Parappa himself, with rap versions of the songs.
However, while Parappa is famous and his first game even got a remaster, Um Jammer Lammy stays forgotten.

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Classic Games I'd Love To See Again.

While we have witnessed a lot of remakes, remasters and even sequels to games a decade old. There are still some gems that are close to my heart that are lost to me. Here are some classic games that I'd love to either see remakes or remasters of, or even a sequel on new hardware.

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Review: Jade Cocoon: Story of the Tamamayu

Nathan Stiles writes:

"As a gamer, few things excite me more than stumbling upon a hidden gem. One of those games that while not perfect, certainly has far more to give than its popularity would lead you to believe. At first glance, Jade Cocoon: Story of the Tamamyu fit this mold perfectly; However, around the halfway point of this rather short adventure, the game took a turn that made me re-evaluate my opinion."

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