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  1. Judging by the first post, it doesn't have to be a remotely realistic pipe dream...? If that's the case, I would want to see Alien: Isolation 2 on the Jag. Realistically speaking, it would have to be Alien Vs. Predator 2.
  2. I would absolutely love to have boxes for your games. I've made my own for a few of them, but I would much rather have something "official." I voted for the nine-pack. If that wasn't an option I would buy the ones I need (eight of them, I think) individually.
  3. Compared to everyone here, I'm probably garbage. But I destroyed my friends a few months ago when we were playing "loser boys the first round." What made me lose was my buddies taking a video of my burgeoning second chin jiggling as I hammered the fire buttons. That was just too much of a distraction for me.
  4. This is a red flag? Sorry, I mean a RED FLAG? Maybe a difference in personal preference, but certainly not a RED FLAG .
  5. Another vote for Alien: Isolation here. It's such a shame it didn't sell better - it's the best game of the last generation, at least of the many I've played. Yes, the campaign has some pacing issues and is probably 5-10 hours too long. But if a game's biggest problem is that there's too much of it, that's not really a bad thing. Silent Hill 2 was my go-to scariest game until Alien: Isolation came out. But every horror fan already knows about it, so I'll leave it at that. There isn't much outside of the Silent Hill and Alien franchises that I find legitimately scary. Resident Evil, Bioshock, Dead Space, Doom, Haunting Ground, Dementium, Agony, Deadly Premonition, they're all nice and tense at times, and mostly good fun, but not truly frightening. Except Resident Evil 7, maybe, and the jump scares in Doom 3.
  6. You had a Jaguar, AND a friend with a Jaguar? That concept is completely foreign to me. I had friends, and I had a Jaguar. But once I bought that Jaguar, half of my friends stopped talking to me, and the other half only stuck around 'cause they liked to make fun of Checkered Flag. I can't imagine having a friend with a Jag. On topic, I never played I-War until last night. I've heard good things about it and it looks like it could be fun.
  7. 14,233 I was really hoping to have more time to spend with this game. It's certainly worth it!
  8. Yeah, if it was the area with the more pale-colored slime and black backgrounds then it was the introductory mission. The others are all different. Not just in their layouts and appearance, but also in their theme. Area 1) Easy mode - tutorial, easy enemies, short mission Area 2) Exploration - branching paths, long mission Area 3) Hard mode (more of the tough enemies, and a few boss rooms) Area 4) Suspense - keep picking mushrooms to delay the destruction of the planet Area 5) Logic - You have no gun and must solve puzzles to proceed Area 6) Arcade - You only have one life, and the difficulty is immense There is a TON of replay value in Slime World. If you liked the area you played, I highly recommend you play more. And the areas are numbered in a logical order. While you can play them in whatever order you like, it might make more sense to play them in order. The last two are particularly hard (yes, even though 3 is hard mode).
  9. 803,635 I've never given this game much time before. It's actually pretty fun, though I think it plays a little too fast for its own good. That's the best part of these high score competitions, in my mind - they get you to give a fair chance to some new games.
  10. 459,650 I wish I had a solid 4 hours or so to play this game. In maybe 90 min, I got this far and had 5 lives left, but I had to go. I really don't think I've ever played this much Cybermorph in one sitting, and I don't think I ever will again.
  11. Wow, this looks really cool! My Lynx is in the shop at the moment, but I can't wait to try it out.
  12. Fight for Life really is terrible. I thought about adding it to the list, but I already had a bunch of Jag games on there. But the framerate alone is good laughable material. I hadn't thought about Desert Bus. I will find myself a copy of Smoke and Mirrors and give it a shot. That's actually a fantastic idea for this party. Thank you!
  13. Action 52 is a perfect game for this. I haven't played the others, but I'll give them a shot. Thanks for the recommendations.
  14. Good suggestions! I do have Doom on the 3DO...but no 3DO to play it on. Yet. It's the last of the "2nd tier" consoles I have to get yet, from my totally subjective list. I did play Back to the Future 2/3 on the NES as a kid, and I couldn't figure out how to do anything. But that was the same Me who played Simon's Quest and didn't recognize it for the masterpiece it is.
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