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Thread: Obscure PS1 Gems?

  1. #61
    I almost forgot to mention Rogue Trip: Vacation 2012 (Hey, that's like..this year!)

    That game was just like Twisted Metal, but even crazier. Hell, in this game you could destroy a ton of things besides just your opponents, among those things includes:

    Spoiler!

  2. #62
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    949 posts since May 2011

    Digimon World 1. The rest are shit-esque, but the first one is one of my favorite games from that era.

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    Digimon World 1. The rest are shit-esque, but the first one is one of my favorite games from that era.

  3. #63
    Quote Originally Posted by Glitchy View Post
    Digimon World 1. The rest are shit-esque, but the first one is one of my favorite games from that era.

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    Digimon World 1. The rest are shit-esque, but the first one is one of my favorite games from that era.
    They pooped!

  4. #64
    Glitchy's Avatar
    949 posts since May 2011

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Hansen View Post
    They pooped!
    And then ate it.

  5. #65

    22,144 posts since Oct 2009
    Tenchu 2: Birth of the Stealth Assassins


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    You're welcome.

  7. #67
    Okay, who laced my drink with pounds of Japan again?

  8. #68
    Koudelka.
    I can't remember it very well, but I remember being absolutely hooked on that game for a while.

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