This was special to me because it was the first game I played were you could do an endless loop of counters moves, if two skilled players played of course.
This was the first game that I paid $100 for from Japan first day release in High school. I still play it on my PS1. It was two games in one and it had a mad move list. The only problem some characters were given fireball move, this almost broke the game.
This was one of my first PS1 games. I loved it because I loved the button layout. LP RP LK RK.
I won several local tourneys playing this. In 2000, we had a tourney on a Navy ship and I was whooping but with Paul.
Still one of my favorite games. Well at less I remember tailing people and sneaking in building to set bugs. This game was way ahead of its time.
I was trying to get my Covert Action fix ever since I erased the floppy disk, I discovered this at my local Electronic Boutique in the under $10 section.
Need I say more.
I still can't beat this game.
I enjoyed this game but I never beat it.
I loved the gore in this game. I felt like I was deceiving my parents because this was before the ESRB.
This game kept me sitting in front of my computer for years. I loved the mods and I loved the community. BTW unscripted battles, sometimes you could when without firing a shot (if you hid well enough.)
When I heard OP Flashpoint was coming out for the Xbox, I purchased one when it launched. Four to five years later this is what they give me. It wasn't good but it still has more features than Dragon Rising. For example, I can create my own scenario and play them online.
If you can find this GET it. It was my favorite CDX game for the Genesis.
Arcade Classic for me. I loved the first person mini game. It was color porn for my eyes growing up.
Mirror Courses, 360 drifts, posting low times, unlockable cars, what more do you want?
Tengen at there best. I loved this in the arcade and even more on the genesis. I thought the graphics weren't ever going to get any better. Well of course, as usual I was wrong.
This is what game could learn from still today. I loved the challenge and the idea of instant death. Limbo anyone?
This should be on everyone's list. It was/is an awesome simple game. When this epidemic was sweeping through the U.S.; Game Boy were not just for kids.
Before Persona was cool on the GB (or hated), I was playing this game on the PS1 and loving every bit of it. This was good game. I spent months on it.
My favorite middle school trajectory game; all grown up and made cute.
This was when corporations were still trying to get a foot into the rap game and now they have taken it over.
This was fun in the arcade. I was still young and wondering what the future was going to be for cars. I was hoping they could turn into boats and produce smoke screens by now. Well, egg on my face.
After Wipeout this was one of my favorites. I want another for Next Gen.
I rememer first playing this on the demo disc. I was hooked, I play that one track for days and weeks. I learned everything about this game from one track, so that when I got it I was pretty good. BTW, awesome soundtrack.
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