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 Post subject: Games that don't age well
PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, '07, 11:33 pm 
Have you ever gone back to play a game that you used to enjoy years ago, only to find that it was not as much fun as you remember it having been? If so, what game(s) gave you this kind of feeling?

For me, the first Dragon Warrior is one of these. It was a fun game back in the day, but when I try to play it now, I get frustrated with how long it takes to do some things. Menu navigation has really improved a lot in games since then.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 14, '07, 7:10 pm 
Spider-Man for PlayStation. I had a huge amount of fun playing it the first time and collecting everything in the game. But now that I have all the stuff and know where everything is, the fun isn't there as much.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 14, '07, 7:12 pm 
Uhhhmmm, Tomb raiders. They can be fun the first way through, but aren't gonna get anything new. I like the games that are random. Go strategy!


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 20, '07, 4:00 pm 
Any game that was 3d and made during the PS/Saturn/N64 era. Most of it looks like crap by today's standards. The 2d stuff holds up well though. I'm not saying that it makes them bad games, it just makes them look very dated.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 20, '07, 9:12 pm 
Especially the early 3D games. :yes: Even some early PlayStation 2 games look really dated by current standards.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, '07, 4:52 am 
lol FF7-9.


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, '07, 1:15 pm 
FF7 looks really bad today. The Popeye effect on Cloud was great back then, but wow, he just looks so silly today. I've heard rumors of a remake for PlayStation 3. I wonder if they will ever make one?


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, '07, 6:57 pm 
His arms look like wine bottles.XDDDDDDDDDDDd


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, '07, 11:24 pm 
Thoul wrote:For me, the first Dragon Warrior is one of these. It was a fun game back in the day, but when I try to play it now, I get frustrated with how long it takes to do some things. Menu navigation has really improved a lot in games since then.


Dragon Quest didn't really hit its stride until the third game.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, '07, 12:14 am 
SparkyIII wrote:lol FF7-9.


It doesn't really matter. All 3 are incredible games.


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