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There was another game similar to this. I believe it was set in a mental hospital. I can't remember the name of it, but it was quite gory if i'm correct. Played it once or twice and it was a ton of fun.
WoW is no longer an MMORPG. It is now a MMOAAG (Massively Multiplayer Online Action Adventure Game)
Could be Legend of Zelda Wind Waker's Savage Labyrinth. Could also have been Paper Mario Thousand Year Door's Pit of 100 Trials. Or even Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess' Cave of Ordeals.
They are all the same thing, 100 levels of increasing difficulty where you fight off enemies, with a break or prize ever 5-10 levels or so.
Ok this will be a hard one. It was some demo game i was playing on a cd (i didnt have internet before that so i purchased a game catalog with cd) and there was only 1 mission.
The point of the game was that you were playing a theif. Before you start to bugler into a enemy bank/hotel/house you had to make a plan. After you made a plan the game was playing it for you (it was always diferent where guard will show up). With stuff you stole you purchased better buglar tools. You could also buy a excape car and some extra minions that were good for something. Grafic was kinda cartoony (it was pc game btw).
This mite not fit but I was able to get The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time.
How I got: Yesterday while I was at the Flea Market I got the Guitar Hero World Tour guitar for 4$ from a game. I went to a used game store near me that deals with all types of games from Atri to current gen and traded it in for store credit. They gave me 15$ store credit and I couldn't find a wii game I wanted since there wii game stock stinks and its the only console I got at this time. I decided to look at there disply case and they had The LEgend of Zelda Ocarina of Time in there for 20$. Normally games like that they have a No Trade on meaning no trade credit can be used on it but this one didn't. So I got it and payed the difference of like 6$ and I know the guy didn't like that just by the way he acted so now I finally own both zeldas for the N64 and I never got to before
I still can not figure out that Sega game grrrr.
I could use some help on a game also. This was an arcade game out about the same time as Tempest. It featured 2 players as knights battling around a pit. The object was to knock your opponent into the pit. The graphics of the knights were like asteroids, outlines. I can't remember the name and can't find any pics/info online. Anyone remember this game?
I found it! Warrior by Vectorbeam. Here's video ... http://www.arcade-museum.com/game_de...?game_id=10408
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Hi, I'm looking for an old RPG game I used to play way back in time on the PS2. I think it was a japanse game, where you started out as a goldhaired guy, and your first companion you got was a pink little monster that could turn into other monsters or something like that.
Anyone knew what I'm talking about?
The only game I can think of with a little pink monster was Guardian's Crusade, but that was for PS1 and the main character was a knight.
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I recently found out that a game I used to play when I was very young with my dad was indeed some game called Super Tank for the NES
along with recently (about a year or so) finding out the name of the first game I ever played which was Golden Axe on the Sega Master System
Eh, one game has bugged me, because it was a sudden and unmentioned easter egg contained in another game. From Metal Gear Solid 3, when you save and log out in the prison, and log back in. Control a completely different person killing (zombies?) all full of gore in a completely different environment and feel compared with the actual game; it was a 'nightmare' event.
Oh, and one game for the NES that I have yet can't recall its name and am too lazy to dig for it. A game I sucked horribly at too. It's a coop game, characters are soldiers. Very slow moving and clunky top-down type of game. Characters seem bulky, or even fat. Use guns and grenades. With dialogue, "come on, let's fight", at the very beginning.