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I-am-here-what-next

Goldeneye on N64. Fuck you if you pick Oddjob.


Burnt-milk-powder

Bro I love that game


froopty1

Postal 2 because it's easy to run and fun to play


Burnt-milk-powder

Yea fair point


JMIV1976

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past for the SNES. Probably the best Zelda game from the first decade of Zelda games.


I-am-here-what-next

Ocarina of Time on N64 was solid.


JMIV1976

I agree. The time travel element to that game blew me away!


Raetekusu

I routinely rando it, it + Super Metroid, OOT, and other games like this. It's one of my absolute favorite video games of all time.


Burnt-milk-powder

I’ve always wanted to play them


OnBeyondOz

BurgerTime because salt.


Burnt-milk-powder

I see


northernskies2015

Legend of Dragoon. Long live Lavitz!


Burnt-milk-powder

Ok


HangsDongBangsLong

I miss that game


northernskies2015

masterpiece


ledubster

All of the old Lucasarts games (point and click adventures) because they are witty and enjoyable


Burnt-milk-powder

Hm cool


ksk3

Tomba It’s really fun


jasenzero1

I am constantly wishing they would do a digital re-release of Tomba 1 & 2. With the popularity of retro graphics I think it could get a lot of attention.


ksk3

I really hope so too.


Burnt-milk-powder

Hmm


theheadkase

Battle Chess, old pc game Tyrants, Genesis RTS Dune the Battle for Arrakis, Genesis RTS Final Fantasy IV and VI, SNES RPGs Mortal Kombat 3 Ultimate, go for PC Dragon Warrior, NES RPG Super Mario 3, NES There's so many but those are some good starters.


Burnt-milk-powder

Noted


Pot-Pilgrim

If you're an RPG fan it's time to get on KOTOR. You're in for a treat too since it's being remade. Absolutely stoked for this.


Burnt-milk-powder

Cool


filthyburrows

Heroes 3 of Might and Magic It's as if somebody took the game of chess and civ and made it in to the ultimate gaming experience.


Mikeavelli

Yup, and despite there being like ten of the fuckers out now, HoMM 3 is still the best one.


Burnt-milk-powder

Sounds cool


Gubble_Buppie

Mega Man series. Gotta cut those teeth sonny!


Burnt-milk-powder

I’ve played some of them


Gubble_Buppie

Any specific genre you're looking for?


Burnt-milk-powder

Nope any old school classic game that’s really good


Gubble_Buppie

NES - Mario games, Mega Man games, Castlevania games, The Legend of Zelda, Arkanoid, TMNT the Arcade Game and TMNT the Manhattan Project. SNES - Super Mario World 1 & 2, Mega Man X games, Castlevania games, A Link to the Past, Final Fantasy 2(4) and 3(6), TMNT: Turtles in Time. PC - Commander Keen games, Doom 1 & 2, Quake games, Deus Ex, System Shock, Fallout games, X-com, Kings Quest/Space Quest/every game by Sierra, Dune 2. Got plenty more if you need 'em!


Burnt-milk-powder

Thanks


sparkyVenkman

Magician on NES I loved it but its difficult.


Burnt-milk-powder

You got it


[deleted]

Idk if this is considered old but Chrono Trigger, Tales of Phantasia, Breath of Fire 1 and 2 (gave me the feels after i finished 1 and started 2), Harvest Moon all SNES


Burnt-milk-powder

Ok thanks for the feedback


iBelieveInSpace

Diddy Kong Racing on N64 was the first game I ever got into really hard. You think you beat the whole thing, nope. Now you gotta go into fucking outerspace. Think you're done now? **HARD** nope. Now you gotta do every track backwards. It's like Mario Kart on steroids. I spent my whole time in elementary school playing that game.


Burnt-milk-powder

I’ve always heard good things about those games


politebearwaveshello

Age of Empires I and II, good thing they released remastered versions for modern gamers. Great purchases.


Burnt-milk-powder

I always heard that they were really good


Mikeavelli

RPG time: - Dark Sun: Shattered Lands contains a lot of the things people love about the Divinity OS series, but from back in the 90s. The graphics are sprites with a timeless quality about them. - Star Control 2 is classic space exploration rpg material. It's also available for free now since the source code went into public domain as "The Ur-Quan masters." Graphics are similarly timeless. - Planescape Torment is still regarded as one of the best RPGs ever written. Terrible combat though. - Quest for Glory 1-5 are adventure/rpg hybrids that do the save import system so you can play the same character across the entire series. They're great fun.


Burnt-milk-powder

I’ve heard of them


G0OSEHOWERD

STEEET FIGHTRE 2


21quidBJ

Coke on Howerd 💪😎


Burnt-milk-powder

Played the new one


MrPollyParrot

Commander Keen IV


Burnt-milk-powder

Never heard of it but always nice to find a new game


MKQueasy

Final Fantasy Tactics. The game is pretty timeless. Still looks great and still plays great. And the story is great. Ico and Shadow of the Colossus. They really exemplify how style and aesthetics can outdo graphical fidelity even after 20 years of technological progress. The games are also very minimalist with sparse amounts of characters, dialogue, and exposition. It adds to the mystery of the world and the melancholic atmosphere of isolation.


Burnt-milk-powder

Nice


LurkysGoCart

Little Nemo The Dream Master, Blaster Master, Metal Storm, Mega Man 2, Adventure Island 2. All on the NES


[deleted]

Megaman zero trilogy followed by ZX. It’s hard, rewarding, fun, decent story, makes you feel badass when everything clicks.


Burnt-milk-powder

Thanks


plasma_dan

If you're into RPGs, Earthbound, Chrono Trigger, and Final Fantasy VI (FFIII on SNES). Honorable Mention is Super Mario RPG. For platformers, you can't really get better than the Donkey Kong Country series. All of them are great.


Burnt-milk-powder

Thanks


olde_greg

Pilotwings and pilotwings 64. I just like flying


Jeti_69

Mario galaxy


tigerbadgerxl

WCW/NWO Revenge on N64


Viiondra

VVVVVV. Absolutely loved it.


Broiled_Beans

Warcraft 2: Tide of darkness and Dark crusade


Tricky5342

Silent hill for the PS1. It was a original unique genre. The story and 'feel' for the game was inspired by the movie Jacobs ladder which had the theme of not being quite sure what is happening but things are weirdly terrifying. For the PC there were a few games I liked as a kid like age of empires I think it was 2, the original sims 1 games all expansions, a weird maxis game called sim ant that was surprisingly addictive where you controlled a ant colony is someone's kitchen.