(Original post by laurentommo)
PS1 - Tarzan, remember being addicted to this, such amazing graphics
I never had the full game but i got a game with about 10 different demos on and tarzan was one of them! It was so good, but i could never complete the demo so i didnt think it was worth getting the full game I was about 7 so not the gaming whiz i am today
It's a PS3 exclusive, and can be downloaded from PSN (there's also a demo with timed online play). It's basically football, but you control a car, a car that can go fly, no less. I have pumped many many many hours into it, and continue to do so. I usually only play in unranked matches now, but at one time I was in the top20 players for Europe in 3v3 Ranked matched. What a game. Anyone who enjoys football/hockey/tennis/pool/car games should probably give it a go
(Original post by Mr Incredible)
This thread may be able to give me answers, i once played a demo of like a metal spider type thing, it had loads of guns and was possibly set in a dockyard?
Not much to go on i know, but if anybody could help i'd love to buy that game
Was it Ghost in the Shell for PS1? I remember playing the demo of that and your description rang a bell!
For me, it is Lego Racers - used to play that so much! Don't know how popular it was but I loved it.
Never met anybody else who's played it, despite it being an extremely well received game. I'd go so far as to say it's my favourite racer of the current generation of consoles, although admittedly I don't play that many of them.
(Original post by disposablesteve)
Also on the Amiga, i played the hell our of this game for years and still do;
Proper old school there. I still have my Atari ST and I never completed that game. My favourite goes to Anarchy. I have been meaning to complete this game. I quite liked N-Gen Racing on the PS1, more of the concept than anything. Racing in jet fighters.
(Original post by TheGoat)
Kula World / Roll Away :s noone I know seems to have any idea of what it is 8-)
I remember when I first got my PS1, Kula World was on the demo disc that came with it. I never bought the game but I spent so much time on that demo when I only had 1/2 games for the console. It's the sort of weird game you just don't see now but you saw tons of during the PS1 era.
To the list I have to add Skies of Arcadia (Dreamcast) and Smuggler's Run (PS2 - although it was a Rockstar game, this was before GTAIII).
(Original post by Curzon)
Mount & Blade... love this game, but all my gaming friends haven't played it so I have no one to play online with >.<
I regularly play it although I much prefer the single player to the multiplayer. The single player is really quite unique, it's almost like a Medieval GTA in the way it works. I can't wait for M&B2 and much better graphics and a deeper single player and storyline.