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It's not uncommon these days to see big name movie stars appear in video game form. Samuel L. Jackson, Martin Sheen, James Woods, and Liam Neeson have lent their voices to games in the last decade, and many more have lent their likenesses. However, the man who brought you John McClane was ahead of the curve in 1998 when he starred in Apocalypse for the PSone. Check out our look back at 32-bit Bruce, along with a particularly awful Replay Roulette.
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Ahhh you lie Reiner! You sooo totally saw the copyright info XD
Soul Reaver for the Playstation
Apocalypse didn't look to bad but Simpsons Wrestling was a big bag of suck !!!
I would like to see a review on Medievil for the playstation one. i remember that game bieng fun and had a unique style. Hopefully you guys can find the time to Replay that.
I remember renting this when I was 13. I could not finish it because the last boss was really hard and I had to return the game.
OH man, i remember the awesome game play. I am waiting for it xbox live
Apocalypse is a fun and in your face game. I think I picked it up from the bargain bin in like 2003. I had the same reaction as you guys. I was surprised at how well it controlled. I didn't think I'd have anywhere near as much fun as I did. And why the heck wasn't Bruce Willis helping make more games?
Also I'd like to see a replay of Predator Concrete Jungle on xbox.
Nice Replay guy, a game you should replay though is: World of Illusion: Starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck. That game was so great back in the day!
Oh. I remember this game!
I remember the final boss taking me an hour to beat!
ok they start out badmouthing fifth element. fail right there. apocalypse was pretty *** fun. never did finish it but enjoyed what i did play. don't remember tho, if bruce's likeness was also used for die hard trilogy and whether that predated apocalypse or not. but they were around the same time.
I'd get mad trying to play Apocalypse. It looks entirely too frantic. Also, has there ever been a 'good' simpsons game? You guys should replay Rygar next time. That game was always awesome.
I would love to see you guys in some heated competition playing Track & Field for NES. Get the power mat out and hit the hurdles, man that was a game.
I would like to see Ren & Stimpy on the Sega Genesis. That was one of the first co-op experiences I've had in a game (besides Sonic 2) and I'd like to see how well my memory serves me.
amazing pin for krusty, lol.
I remember hearing TERRIBLE things about Simpsons Wrestling so I stayed clear, thankfully.
yall should replay duke nukeum
I wanna see One of the Gex games or Legacy of Kain from PSone
didnt areosmith have a game on the 64, that kinda looked like this
wtf, fifth element was a badass flick, whats wrong with ya