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    Project Z - Dragonball series

    I'm no Dragonballhead, I watched it up until, hm, halfway through the Cell story I think? On Cartoon Network 20 years ago. But I enjoyed Xenoverse for all its flaws and an ARPG would interest me. XV got the "world of superheroes" feel down very well, I think.
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    Have you ever found a game too hard?

    Eternal Champions. I recently loaded it up with a Game Genie and even with invincibility it took me absolutely ages.
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    Resident Evil 2 Remake

    Hey all, is it true that the physical edition doesn't have all the bonus stuff, the soundtrack swap, costumes etc? Bit odd.
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    Do you cheat on games?

    A good FPS combined with invincibility and all weapons makes for a great Robocop/Terminator simulator.
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    Monster Boy And The Cursed Kingdom

    If you don't fancy the aforementioned golden piece hunts, there are two map rooms hidden in the final dungeon that narrows it down greatly.
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    Alien Isolation Is Getting A Sequel

    Fuck sake.
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    Streets of Rage IV

    Mortal Kombat X did it quite well, I think. Still supermodels, but with realistic spines and no twin airbag deployment.
  8. Edit: These are more disturbed than shocked, but ah well. A few more now I'm on PC rather than phone: Was ten or eleven when I played Chakan: The Forever Man on the Mega Drive. The art style and music lent themselves to a rather depressing and nihilistic atmosphere in itself, but it was the ending where (spoil tagged 'cause why not) Chilling stuff. Was far too young and naive for something so nihilistically oppressive. Shorter ones: The bug in Ecco the Dolphin where, if you were eaten by the Vortex Queen, you became a soundless black silhouette and couldn't interact with anything. Creepy. The intro to Fantasia, also on the Mega Drive. I was only around seven and hadn't seen the movie, but the intro had a rather empty and abrasive adaptation of Toccata And Fugue In D Minor as Mickey (I assume) fell asleep and entered the dream world... except it looks like he passes away in his sleep and his ghost flies away. Didn't distress tiny me or anything, though I detected something didn't feel right and have thought about it a good few times since. I was much less disturbed by Mortal Kombat, which I got at the same time. The first zombie in Resident Evil. And I don't care how hammy the soundtrack might seem now, it creeped me right out. The dog scene in Snatcher. This is a daft little one, but the way the big fish can just swallow Mario in a split second with no fanfare or cartoony animation in Super Mario Bros. 3. I've not yet gotten around to playing my copy of Breath of Fire IV, but I read a detailed account of the story some years ago and that sounds like a veritable ultra combo of shocking and disturbing moments.
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    Streets of Rage IV

    2x
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    Streets of Rage IV

    See also widow maker in overwatch who appears to genuinely have a spinal deformity the name of which eludes me right now. Ah well, looks an ace game otherwise!
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    Sh****st game you ever got bought

    Bought for me, probably Fantasia on the mega drive. I was seven though so I didn't know any better. Bought myself, probably Wrestlemania 21 on the Xbox. I was seduced by being able to use custom music on it but it controlled like a snail in treacle.
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    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    I has a question! Is story mode a proper story mode? I really, really feckin enjoyed the cutscenes of Subspace Emissary in Brawl and would like more.
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    Resident Evil 2 Remake

    As I remember, whoever is the B scenario is always chased by Mr. X, which is the main difference. The ending dialogue is different too. I'm sure there's a lot more, however. As an aside, Mr. X only showing up in the second scenario is a brilliant design choice. Not only does it keep a second run fresh, but it adds a bit of underlying fear knowing that he was also running around the game world the first time and you just never saw him.
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