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    Greatest PS2 games of all time

    Flip flops all the time, but right now: Shadow of the Colossus Ico MGS3 MGS2 San Andreas Gitaroo Man Vice City Rez SSX3 Frequency
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    Game Boy & GB Advance Appreciation Thread

    Do fake carts work okay? As in, actually run/save the games okay without crashing?
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    The Best Game Trailers

    The BotW and Wind Waker trailers are both incredible. The former especially. The Mario Odyssey Jump Superstar thingy is so good as well. My little girl regularly asks me to put it on when I'm using the computer. This is fantastic as well: Guy who did it started out doing fan trailers for Naughty Dog games and such, can't find him on phone now, but his stuff is excellent.
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    What game is the most FUN?

    Doom or Doom II. Shoot the badies! Find the secrets!
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    Doom - 25 years old today

    Only played Shareware Doom and some SNES and PlayStation Doom (Still stopping myself at the end of episode 1 on each of those for some reason) for years and years before finally playing the rest of the episodes and Doom II this year. Brilliant fun.
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    Ever been totally hooked on one game?

    *Walks into thread, backs very slowly away*
  7. All Cruise shenanigans forgiven after that video. Everything. Motion smoothing is disgusting. Brilliant PR.
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    Just Cause 4 - After Rain Comes Explosions

    Console versions sound very shaky. Hence the PC reviews coming out first I guess. https://www.reddit.com/r/JustCause/comments/a2k75y/what_the_heck_is_going_on/ https://www.reddit.com/r/JustCause/comments/a2n0qz/the_blur_on_ps4_is_insane/
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    The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

    Just started playing this. It's amazing. The 3D effect makes everything look like cool little models come to life, all without having to resort to some over-designed/impossible-to-parse graphical style that so many indie games use. Running around and 2D Zelda-ing has never felt so good. It controls perfectly. The music is superb as well.
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    Nintendo 64 Mini

    This is the only one of these consoles I think I'd be interested in. The emualtion for the 8/16/32bit stuff is so solid and feature-rich on PC/Mac and the current crop of readily available USB controllers work well enough that I can't get excited by another bit of plastic electronics in a drawer or shelf. For the N64 though, the PC/Mac emulation is still so poor, and the controller options even on the Wii/U are crap enough (and the games too pricey) that I'd actually quite like a package that just sorts all of this out. Also, while emulation is fine on the Wii/U, I do wish they'd have some option for the native lower resolution, with some attempt made to simulate the strange anti-aliasing solution of the base hardware. Think games like 1080 suffer from just being farted out at 640x480 with nothing else going on. Not fussed by Rare stuff, realistically the only games I'd want to play on it are: Super Mario 64 Ocarina of Time 1080 Snowboarding F-Zero X Wave Race 64 Pilotwings 64 Robotron 64 Doom 64 Resident Evil 2 Excitebike 64 Castlevania
  11. Yessss. Love Lords of Shadow 1. Just Asura's Wrath, Lollipop Chainsaw, El Shaddai, Binary Domain and Nier to go for the full complement of slightly jank but still brilliant 360 games.
  12. Some of that is in 1st person, so the rain sometimes leaks off the brim of the hat in a stream.
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    Mark of the Ninja Remastered

    Good game. Incredible controls. Found it fizzled out near the end though. Either becoming repetive or having weaker level design. Can't quite remember.
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