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    Chaos Legion!
     
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    yu yu hakushu tournament tactics
    it was one of my first rpgs and a fun introduction into the genre
     
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    Have you tried Huntdown ? That game rocks ;)
     
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    what system is that for?
     
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    Switch ps4 xbox
     
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    There are quite a few, a rather unknown one that really stuck with me though, was this game called Keitai Denjū Telefan/Mobile Phone Beast Telefang.

    I bought it as a kid at a local chinese store for something like 10€, it was being sold as Pokemon Diamond:



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    The creature in the cover doesn't exist, and the jewels mean nothing.
    It was a weird game that had a bad translation (but good enough that I managed to understand and like the game tbh). It was pretty unique since it was an actual japanese rpg but was sold under another name in the chinese stores as a type of knockoff.


    This would have been the real game cover, it is way cooler:

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    For my first post on this topic I’m going to start with the system that was first most significant in my evolution of gaming, the NES. I would say a kinda unknown game that I played a heck of a lot was The Guardian Legend. If you haven’t seen it, it was really fun and way ahead of its time. I spent a lot of time with this and idk of anyone that really knew of it.
     
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    The Faery tale Adventure on the sega mega drive. Check for this game guys, It was the first open world of my life. I had a paper map found with the game bit i was 5 years old and I Lost It. Internet wasn't a thing so i beat It years later on the emulator
     
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    Chaos Legion on PS2.
    Others already mentioned Legend of Legaia and I'd add Legaia 2: Duel Saga.
     
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    As my username suggests : Max payne
     
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    Summon Night: Swordcraft Story for GBA, a witty action RPG that's tough in places

    You explore a labyrinth to collect materials and then use those materials to craft many types of weapons.

    Gitaroo Man for PS2, a tough rhythm game with amazing songs
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    Releasing almost at the same time as Quake was probably not the most strategic decision.

    The controls are quite cumbersome, and it might be the last game ever to be CPU speed sensitive. Generally, that's a thing of the 386 era and earlier. If one can live with that however, few games matches AT's atmosphere. I still do a playthrough now and then :)

    Personally I use P233MMX machine with the FSB and multiplier jumper headers wired up to switches for easy speed manipulation. 66x2 works well for AT if I remember it right. The TR12 registers can also be manipulated for further speed tuning. Never used DOSbox, but would be surprised if it couldn't emulate a host of different CPU speeds.
     
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    it had better be good or it'll be your ass. :D

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    Bionicle Heroes was the first game i was hyped for, and even though in retrospect it didnt live up to its potential, the end result both in the main version and in the portable versions are the most interesting interpretation of the lego game
    formula ever.

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    Vexx. it was my first T rated game and a very underrated gem.
     
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    Sopwith on my first PC - Soviet Elektronika BK 0010-01
     
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    Gomons adventure for n64.
     
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    I love this topic ^^ Thanks Tom White for posting this :)











     
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