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Discussion in 'General Gaming' started by PixelGrip94, Feb 14, 2016.
Darn... Well, I'm stumped.
DING DING DING, YOU ARE CORRECT
You play out the history of the world, but this one bald guy always nukes the world in the end.
Civilizations and Ghandhi?
I-It's... it's Gandhi. Gandhi.
I knew I should've checked. Oh well, don't fret the minor details.
Killer Beast actually did a really good job guessing mine, I'm not surprised you don't know the last 2. They're obscure JRPGs, a bit off the beaten path. $Bison guessed one of the remaining ones correctly. Props to Avering, it was a good guess and that is one of my favorites.
Here's another couple for everyone to figure out.
Cryogenically frozen player wakes up to have his wife killed and son kidnapped by some ugly bald f*cker working for an evil science organization in a post-apocolyptic Boston set 200 years after a nuclear disaster.
A group of animal pilots with a stupid frog that needs saving every five minutes and a rabbit that keeps telling you to do an aileron roll but gets the name of the maneuver wrong every time.
F*cking frog spits colored balls and tries to keep them away from the skull mark.
I don't like f*cking zombies on my godd*** lawn!
Moody silver-haired idiot runs around in a virtual world trying to save some girl who he has a crush on and trying to get revenge on the jackass who put her in a coma.
World war with ancient civilizations. Gods and goddesses involved. Three different sides hosting three major gods for each. With the expansion pack adding one more side complete with it's own gods and goddesses. More city building, hooray.
Giant mech-themed button mashing a la Dynasty Warriors-style.
You suddenly decide to hop a train to another town without a place to stay or any money. Your only goal in this game is to pay off debt and improve your living conditions; I could do that i real life!
Animal Crossing. Easy.
wasn't meant to be hard.
You know what is? This freaking game that makes me play as a zombie and doesn't explain a freaking thing. I mean, you know, it would be nice to have some freaking context, Thank you!
Stubbs the Zombie, maybe?
True. Guess that was the point of this thread, originally, make your favourite game sound bad. I've kinda gotten used to people describing games in weird ways.
Ben and Ed?
A game were you fight aliens with President Lincoln (it's really underrated).
Not quite. It's a really famous game that's known for being far too hard.
You're this guy who gets told to find a woman to clear a debt of some sort, probably because you have a bad alcohol and gambling problem. Seriously, gambling? How stupid can you be?
Things get pretty weird. Like, flying city, dimension-hopping, and nosebleeds. Lots of nosebleeds.
This game is so stupid, it doesn't even make sense. You and your friends chant a magical spell that traps you in the most dangerous and hard to control vehicle: a giant plastic ball!
You use this ball to traverse giant mazes and collect fruit, all while trying to avoid falling off the edge into a bottomless pit, but the amount of fruit you collect doesn't matter!
Couldn't you just walk these mazes? Where does the fruit go? HOW IS THERE A BOTTOMLESS PIT EVERYWHERE?
Super Monkey Ball?
The two nobody ever guessed from my original comment were Total Annihilation, the spiritual predecessor to Supreme Commander, and Tales of Vesperia.
Indeed, the very same.
A psychopathic drunk and a nice guy being forced into psychopathy by augmentations in his brain journey across a destination resort creatively murdering and/or pissing off every person, animal, plant and inanimate object they come across while engaging in an endless series of terrible quips and deadwood level curse storms.
Don't you mean "Steampunk XCOM-meets-League of Extraordinary Gentlemen?"
Local japanese man destroys countless historical artifacts of lost, ancient history, all to beat your dad in a race to a secret treasure that is held by your "mom". All with a whip, and a whole ton of MSX ROMS.
"MSX" is a dead giveaway. XD "La Mulana".
You buy packs of cards to build decks that can pull off crazy one-turn combos in order to destroy all of your opponents health. The kicker is that, in my opinion, the earlier in its lifetime you go, the slower, but more enjoyable the game is overall.
Are you talking about that one Kingdom Hearts game for the GBA?
Pet Shop: The Game.
Oh, and I guess the others from the anime/manga are in there as well.
Close, but I was specifically thinking of Yu-Gi-Oh! It has gotten especially ridiculous in the current era. I have even started to work on making my own version of the game, designed to "trim the fat" and bring the ridiculous "OTK"s in check.
I didn't know card games were permitted, then again the thread board just says "gaming in general" so I guess that's cool.