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Favourite games forgotten by time?
#1
Games with a low fanbase, didnt too well, never scored a sequel. For me, id say Spec Ops The Line, as though its popular, it seems to be more of a conversation piece than people liking it as a game. That aside, maybe Brink. Loved Brink, its customizability, and its story in the audio logs.



#2
and Skull Monkey, has anyone played this game?
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#3
Alien shooter ,one of the games i played when i was young.



#4
Tak and the power of juju. Loved that game to death when I was younger.



#5
Anyone remember road rash from n64?! What a classic



#6
I always liked the Transformers games on PS3. Not only War for Cybertron and Fall of Cybertron but also TF2: Revenge of the fallen. The MP in TF2 was simple but fun. Unfortunately, the servers have been shut down for a while now.



#7
Project: Snowblind, one of the original hero/ability shooters. You play a weird jazzed-up super soldier in a wild campaign that I didn't understand then and I don't think I do even now. A modern version would probably play like Deus Ex.



#8
Skull Monkey looks like it has such a nice spooky charm haha. Project snowblind looks cool too, love deus ex tier conspiracy stuff. Transformers games were somethin else too. Anyone remember LSD Dream Simulator?



#9
sammy's science house



#10
Good ole Jak and Daxter were my games back in the day



#11
Sammys science house was the SHIT



#12
Spec Ops: The Line was good, but it seemed to be made to tell one story and it did that, so no sequel was expected I think

Brink was also great, very underrated, but also very much lacking in levels/content/replayability after a short while. It really needed like x3 the amount to do to have a chance.

Like liked the Army of Two games, even though playing them again they don't stand up super well. They were fun though. I wouldn't say no to another one.



#13
Shinobi... no one talks about those games anymore. seems like even sega forgot about them