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Ultimate Gamejustice (#1)

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Animalia, Mar 1, 2018.

  1. Why did I just watch this whole video?

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  2. I was so bad at Duelist of the Roses ddd. It was quite a hard game if you didn’t know what you were doing and the rules were confusing as hell
     
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  3. Thank the lordT someone added a YGO game because I didn't have a specific video game in mind that I liked the most but the card game on its own isn't eligible.
     
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  4. I only remember Yu-Gi-Oh as the anime and that one ‘duel’ would take like 50 episodes.
     
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  5. I had one random Yu-Gi-Oh game for Playstation but had no idea how to play it and just kept combining random monster cards hoping they'd turn into a warrior princess or some kind of bedazzled witch.
     
  6. You when you were down to your last card

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  7. LOL SAME
     
  8. Just sent some commentary for all my games since none of them will be appearing for a while anyway.

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    It was called Forbidden Memories if I remember correctly
     
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  10. Forbidden Memories made literally no sense. Iconic.
     
  11. The last one of the #19s has to be mine right?! It has to be...
     
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  12. Also, yes at this Yu-Gi-Oh love and Mystical Sand stannage!
     
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  14. The final #19 to miss out on any other votes...









    Isn't @Sprockrooster's?














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    2001 | Rockstar Games | PS2 | Action


    2 Points: @Number


    Number:

    Grand Theft Auto III might seem like an odd pick from the series but it is the one that's stuck with me most, simply for revolutionising the franchise and raising the bar on open world play across the board. I can't say I've ever completed the game - though looking back I only had four missions left, whoops - rather, I was hooked on blazing down the grim, rain-slicked streets of Liberty City with aimless abandon in a world that felt massive and complete. It could be Flashback Radio blasting from my freshly acquired Bashee or concocting another scheme for trouble with the subsequent chase, it was liberating and free. While further iterations have brought refinements and hugely expanded the concepts, the framework remains from this masterpiece.


    Animalia:

    Well colour me surprised that no one else voted for this! III was the first GTA game I played as a kid, my brother used to let me in his room to play it while my mum was out ddd. Of course the series has grown bigger and "better" over the years, but I expected more people to throw this one a nostalgia vote along with @Number. I love that the entire world silently and unanimously agrees that Banshees are the most iconic GTA cars though.


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  15. I am a bit shaken. Wow for whoever supported that game.
     
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  16. dd it was Simon the Sorcerer II, I think. It gave us such a hard time, I'm not sure we ever actually finished it. It was at least partially because the fairly high density of Briticisms was a bit hard to get through for two prepubescent Norwegians, but mostly because a fair few of the puzzles ran on straight up fucking moon logic. "Wear the dog", why of course.

    I never knew there were sequels, though, let me google tho-

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  17. MollieSwift21

    MollieSwift21 Staff Member

    Yu Gi Oh game actual storyline wasn’t too difficult. I made a deck based of the Harpy Ladies because there were a bazillon power ups for them and used mirror wall a lot. This kept the deck score really low. There was a part after where you could play against friends and I was the youngest of brother and male cousins and could not for life figure out how to beat me with this strategy.
     
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