Joined: Oct 2011
November 17, 2011 09:16:01 PM
I totally agree with Darryl about replaying games--especially RPG's--I play it for the story, and if I have time and I like the game enough, I go on the side-quests.
However, I'm totally with Lauren on her comment on "replayability" with Sega games, even though to some people, they may find it random that she say one gaming publisher has good replay value, but I know where she's coming from ;] . My CHILDHOOD was based upon playing Sonic the Hedgehog over and over and OVER again with my brothers and sisters. GREAT multi-player and single player action! Also, I loved playing the Ecco games over again as well. And LOL @ Lauren and her friend only making it to Chemical Plant Zone XD That's cute.
I also agree with Lauren--the Crash Bandicoot and Gex games are AWESOME!! :3 Crash Bash and Crash Team Racing provided so much awesome multi-player action! I also played Road Rash 3D on the PS1 sometimes too
As for GTA, I just got Vice City and San Andreas, but have yet to play either--I've been going on this old-school rampage recently and am trying to try out all the great "gems" of the PS1 and PS2 that I never had a chance to play--have any more PS1/PS2 recommendations??
Darryl's right about the longetivity of games--Sonic and Mario will live on forever...but all these war games and FPS games dont' have that same lasting appeal and need to release games more often to keep the hype for them going. A long delay of no release is detrimental and will make people lose interest...Unless it's Sonic or Mario! ha ha
I've been listening to your guys' FF and rarely your Gaming Union podcasts for like 2+ years. ha ha You guys are cool and nice to listen to! :] Your personalities are also quite diverse--makes things fun ha ha