Also a hilarious promotional ad.
I dunno why but I really wanted to post Lost World as well...
Thought I'd make this so people could share some of their favorite Light Gun games from the past. Post some of your favorites!
My favourite was probably Gunblade NY. Something about the Sega Model 2 tech always impressed me back in those days and I loved the first two Virtua Cops as well. But with Gunblade NY: Enormous gun + unlimited ammo + constant shuddering recoil = blew my mind. One of my fondest gaming memories is hosing down endless guys with that massive shaking gun, with my friends staring at me like I was a total badass.
@laivasse: Holy shit I totally forgot about those, I remember it being a bitch to aim whenever the helicopter was spazzing out. Man the feedback on the recoil on those things was fucking awesome. When my brother still went to arcades with me when I was around 12 we always hit this thing up. Gunblade was just awesome.
edit: shameless image dump for you
Remember how Police 911 was one of the first motion sensor games around over a decade before Kinect was around? Not only that but it worked in a freaking arcade where lights and shit are going off all over the place. You would think when Kinect came around Konami would have just gone "hey lets port police 911 or make something similar and pack a light gun with it for Kinect". That would actually be kinda fucking cool.
@alexander: That machine gun was pretty sweet though.
edit: part of what I liked about the Crisis series is that they weren't quarter munchers, if you knew when to let your foot off the pedal to duck you could stay alive for quite a while without dying. You really got your moneys worth out of em compared to games like House of the Dead where it's an instant gib fest.
I was all about Time Crisis 3, whether it was on arcade or on the PS2 with the guncon. Both had their pros and cons of course (No worries about credits on PS2 and sniper missions, but no baddass gun with feedback). I got so good at it through owning it on the PS2, that when I went to the arcade solo I would outlast most of the people who would join in. Still couldn't one credit the bastard given how hard it gets after you get through Mad Dog and Wild Fang and my lack of endurance.
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