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All the Retro Games we all Loved and have went back to and now they are Terrible
I have to say I dont get this feeling for my retro games I go back to the games I played as a kid and say "wow this is so fun even now" and I play them again.
I started out gaming on an Atari 2600 and while a lot of the Activision games like Pitfall and Megamania sill hold up I can only stand them for so long before I need to fire up Skyrim or GTA IV.
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not suck..... im generally saying "dude this is hard "
Beer is the answer, but I can't remember the question.
I used to like playing Mario.
The sega genesis X-Men game. It's still pretty cool, but it's so retardedly hard!
I have to agree with darkretro and king595, I still love all of my retros and they are so much harder than I remember. Haha. Games these days certainly don't have the same edge, mostly because they come out so fast they don't need to be so hard they take forever to finish.
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I've had a couple of games that way though I'm not usually so quick to write them off as crap. I just realize a good bit of time has passed.
The prime example is of Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds for the PC. It is a RTS title and was the first I ever really played. I would move to StarCraft at a later date and play that for years and years.
When I returned to Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds at a later date I noticed that the speed was outrageously slow in every sense. Now when I play that game I just build scenarios through the map editor and usually don't even play them through.
I just like the building. :p
I don't think this has ever happend to me.
The X-men Genesis game. I love the gameplay, characters, and level design buuuuut the bosses are so damn brutal.
The NES Batman game.
I have played a lot of them i remember Phoenix but i still like them so i could play them again and again.
Blast Corps and the Shinobi games. Used to love them both and they are ridiculously bad as an adult.