underrated computer games.
Turbo Esprit was superb. First game I can think of where you could just forget about game and go off and wander around and muck about instead. If you ignored the aim of the game it was a sort of grand theft auto before its time. Have fond memories of weaving between the lamp posts to knock down pedestrians.Posted 6 years ago
Banjo Kazooie was never under rated! Had to be one of the best games for the n64!
OK, not underrated, but I wanted to mention it. I still have it along with quite a few other N64 games.
Turbo Esprit was superb.
yes, pretty much a free-roam game for the Spectrum. Well ahead of it’s time. The GTA series stands on the shoulders of Turbo Esprit imo.Posted 6 years ago
Fade to Black, the sequel to Another World, PS2.
TT Superbikes by Jester Interactive, again on the PS2.
Insanely hard, superbly rewarding Isle of Man bike racing simulator.
Tourist Trophy, PS2. Gran Turismo, but with bikes.
Super Bomberman on the SNES, best multiplayer ever?
Ikaruga, PS2, old school vertical shooter.
Secret of Mana on the SNES, best Squaresoft RPG.Posted 6 years agomonkey_boyMember
there was only one era for proper games…
one of the most addictive game ever and the best ‘annoying’ soundtrack..
and from the same era…
been a games geek since the specturm 48k, yes my ps3 is a marvel of technology but you couldnt beat the playability of the old skool stuff!!
when full colour proper games came out on the amiga it was like the second coming!!
how could i forget!!!
amazing how big this game was and it came on 2 floppy disks!!!!
i’ll take my rose tinted specs off now!Posted 6 years ago
Rusty Spanner that isn’t sad at all 🙂 can totally get exited about playing consoles/games that i haven’t played for a long time. it’s fantastic to be able to get a c64/amiga emulator and play some of my faves from back in the day (i still have most of my amiga a500+ games/no a500+ to play them on unfortunately,as mine is broken 🙁Posted 6 years ago
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