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    (Original post by Tpx)
    Pro Evos 3-6 were amazing at the time :love: , but that may be nostalgia.
    PES 6 :coma:
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    HAHA, I was literally gonna tell you to get Dragon Quest; Journery of the Cursed King. It's probably my favourite game, I might have to play it later on actually. The Ratchet and Clank games were always good to play through, I think the first one is on the ps1 but 2 and 3 and on the ps2. Digimon Rumble Arena, it's like Super Smash Bros, great for multi-player if you have a friend to play with.

    EDIT: You should try a game called GUN, I loved that game. I'd compare it too Red Dead Redemption because it's a western type game, you go around on a horse doing missions and bounties and such. It's also a free roam and awesome.
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    Time Splitters 2
    Time Splitters: Future Perfect

    Pro Evo 4
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    It's GTA in a ****ing school!!

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    If you like RPG and anime... KINGDOM HEARTS!!! (1 and 2) - MY FAVVVVVOOOUUURITE GAMES
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    (Original post by Minotauro)
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    It's GTA in a ****ing school!!

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    THIS

    I cannot find anything wrong with it, it was so like perfect game. Loved it so much that I nearly played it more in hours than GTA San andreas.
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    (Original post by Minotauro)
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    It's GTA in a ****ing school!!

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    Also known as 'Bully', very fun game:ahee: they should really make a sequel for it, set in a University!
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    (Original post by littleone271)
    Crash bandicoot: The wrath of cortex

    Buffy the vampire slayer: chaos bleeds (seriously.. it's really good!)

    Bloodrayne

    Underworld (really hard if I remember rightly)

    Dance mat fusion if you like dance mat

    Eyetoy was pretty awesome too..
    I always wanted to play Buffy, never got round to buying it:cry2:
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    This was posted from The Student Room's Android App on my GT-I9100
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    (Original post by Aristotle's' Disciple)
    How could I not, it was brilliant! So poorly received by critics though :'(
    Unfortunately I never got round to completing the game
    However, a few months ago I remembered 'Whiplash' again, and watched all the cut-scenes on Youtube; brought back memories :daydreaming:
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    A lot of the good games have already been name dropped. So here are some alternatives...

    Action games
    Red Dead Revolver
    Transformers - the one from Atari
    Shinobi
    God Hand
    XIII
    Freedom Fighters
    Rez
    Silent Hill 2 & 3

    Racers
    OutRun: Coast to Coast
    Gran Turismo 3
    Burnout series

    2D shoot-em-ups
    R-Type Final
    Gradius V
    Metal Slug Anthology
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    K, now go buy a ps3.
    You're a whole f****** generation behind. Where have you been these last 5 years?
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    Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance (and its sequel) are amazing real-time RPGs.
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    (Original post by Yoko Ono)
    I bought my slimline for £35, and that was with no games or memory card. You could probably get about 40 for it, and a few quid each for the games.
    Manhunt.
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    (Original post by QuantumSuicide)
    K, now go buy a ps3.
    You're a whole f****** generation behind. Where have you been these last 5 years?
    That's not what the OP has done.
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    (Original post by QuantumSuicide)
    K, now go buy a ps3.
    You're a whole f****** generation behind. Where have you been these last 5 years?
    I have a PS3.
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    Kingdom Hearts, Final Fantasy games and Crash games. I really liked Worms 3D and James Bond Nightfire just as a silly way to pass the time when looking after my little brother. He always beats me at worms but he can't play for figs at 007 ha! I prefer silly games to be honest! But my fave PS2 game has to be Final Fantasy XII- it's like marmite, you love it or you hate it.
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    (Original post by When you see it...)
    Final Fantasy XII. Also, any old Fifa games.
    YES! FFXII, ha, that game has so much love....and so much hate. I personally loved it but some people I know hated it's guts! XD The graphics were sweet at the time though. Did well on Famitsu, 10/10!
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    (Original post by Aikatarine)
    YES! FFXII, ha, that game has so much love....and so much hate. I personally loved it but some people I know hated it's guts! XD The graphics were sweet at the time though. Did well on Famitsu, 10/10!
    I liked the game, but apparently it introduced many changes in the series, which is always risky (its the only FF game I have played).
 
 
 
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