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Top 8 Spooky Games In Need of a Sequel That Originated on Nintendo Platforms

HPP's Josh crafts an unholy list of the Top 8 Spooky Games In Need a Sequel That Originated on Nintendo Platforms. From old to new, a gory list to dream about.

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NecrumOddBoy994d ago

The title says the criteria was explicitly written to mention Eternal Darkness. I am happy to see House of the Dead: OVERKILL on here. With the rise of Grindhouse themes in the 2010s, (ie WET), this was one that was both entertaining and camp funny.

-Foxtrot994d ago

Would be nice to see a new Zombie game set in the UK again, some of the landmarks, old architecture and the like really fits in well with the genre.

Aussiesummer994d ago

Sean of the dead and 28 days later.

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15 Most Underrated SNES Games

The 1990s were a time where mech-suit manga and television shows were starting to filter into the United States. The result was that we got a boatload of cool mech games like Metal Warriors.

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Knightofelemia895d ago

Still love the Power Rangers games but most of these underrated games cost an arm and a leg to buy unless you kept them around when they released.

Neonridr895d ago

yeah I had to resort to an everdrive cart for my Analogue Super NT because some game prices are just ridiculous.

Jiub895d ago

And it's only going to get worse as the games get rarer.

ZeekQuattro895d ago

Sparkster. Like Rocket Knight Adventures on the Sega Genesis neither game seems to be brought up much. I played both game a whole lot growing up.

SimpleSlave895d ago

Wow, would you look at that? A game list with some actual forgotten gems. Color me impressed.

Good stuff. 👍

NecrumOddBoy895d ago

I cannot praise EVO The Search for Eden enough. This game deserves a remake as it’s one of the wildest platformer JRPGs ever made. The concept of spending XP on evolving and devolving on the fly to navigate the world was really interesting. Evolution in games is rarely tackled creatively but EVO nailed it.

SimpleSlave895d ago

This was one of my favorite games during the 16-Bit era. Me and my cousin rented it not knowing what it was and ended up finishing it. Still, to this day, one of the most unique games I've ever played. Very addictive too.

This game is truly tops. 👍

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Xbox Deals With Gold and Spotlight Sale Discounts – 23rd-29th June 2020

Neil writes: "It's been a strange few weeks in the gaming world, with Triple-A releases continuing to be pushed back, allowing for the indie game scene to rule the roost. But if you're one of those players who are struggling to find games to play then the Xbox Deals With Gold and Spotlight Sale is back to ensure that backlog of gaming experiences continues to grow. But what Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles are on sale during the week of 23rd-29th June 2020?"

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SNES on Nintendo Switch Online: Demon’s Crest Review

As of this writing, a loose copy of Demon’s Crest runs about $80, according to Pricecharting.com. While that’s still only ½ of an Earthbound, it’s still considerably more than most want to dish out…

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mrmikew20181738d ago

Capcom was untouchable in the 90s man. This game was and still is a classic!!

Gamers nowadays really missed out.