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#1  Edited By deactivated-5d1e44cf96229
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I've never put a lot of stock in what reviewers say, but Grand Theft Auto 4 is when I started believing that developers bribe reviewers. There is no way in hell that game could receive all of the perfect scores that it received from professional reviewers unless they were bribed. It's the highest rated GTA game ever based upon professional review scores, yet most gamers consider it to be by far the worst 3D game in the series.

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Don't most platforms already have a YouTube app? What more do you need to fully experience Sony's exclusives besides popcorn?

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@judaspete said:
@storm_of_swords said:

Crazy Taxi

The soundtrack just fit that game so perfectly. So much so that when they ported it to Xbox 360 and PS3 with a new soundtrack, it felt like the game lost it's soul.

Right? It's weird, but true. I've even heard this from people who hate Offspring.

Yep. I definitely would not consider myself to be a fan of Offspring and would never listen to their music at any other time, but there was simply no better choice than them for this soundtrack.

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My grandma used to play some video games on the NES with me when I was a kid. I think she even had a little bit of fun with some of them, but it's not something that she would play on her own if she wasn't playing with me. And I think games became too complicated for her after the NES.

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I'm mad at Konami, but it has nothing to do with Kojima.

I don't give a crap about Kojima since he just wants to make weird movies more than he does games. I think he's in the wrong business.

I'm mad at Konami because they went from being arguably the best developer in the world during the 80s and early 90s to a garbage developer.

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Crazy Taxi

The soundtrack just fit that game so perfectly. So much so that when they ported it to Xbox 360 and PS3 with a new soundtrack, it felt like the game lost it's soul.

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@mclarenmaster18 said:
@storm_of_swords said:

Honestly, neither of those.

Futuristic racing games like F-Zero don't appeal to me.

And I think Diddy Kong Racing is incredibly overrated by some people. People that hold Diddy Kong Racing in such high regard always talk about it's single player story mode, but I don't care about that in a kart racer. The thing that I care about in a kart racer is how much fun it is to play with friends and my friends and I had far more fun playing Mario Kart 64 and Crash Team Racing. We got bored of Diddy Kong Racing real quick. It's tracks and weapons were just not that great and it's battle mode was a joke compared to Mario Kart 64 and Crash Team Racing.

As far as Nintendo IPs that have been on hiatus for a decade that I would like to see return, Punch-Out is at the top of that list for me.

Wait I thought you would like F-Zero since you love Mario Kart.

My other question: Have you even driven Blue Falcon in Mario Kart 8?

Other then them both being in the racing genre, I don't see what else F-Zero and Mario Kart have in common that would make you think that someone that loves one of them would automatically love the other. I like my racing games to have weapons. Plus, the futuristic theme of F-Zero just doesn't appeal to me.

No, I don't believe I have ever selected Blue Falcon in Mario Kart 8.

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Goldeneye 007

Silent Hill

WWF No Mercy

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@ghosts4ever said:
@uninspiredcup said:
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No.

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is the best video game movie ever.

Not really based on a single video game.

But yea, as far as general "video game themed" movies go, pretty fucking good. Was honestly expecting it to suck ass.

Old jumanji feauring Robin Williams was much better than new jumanji featuring Dwayne Johnson and bunch of hipsters.

Have you actually rewatched the original Jumanji recently? It has not aged well. It's loved only for childhood nostalgia and Robin Williams, but the movie itself doesn't hold up. Welcome to the Jungle is far better.

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Rayman Origins > Rayman Legends > Rayman 1 >>>>> Rayman 2

I never played Rayman 3 since Rayman 2 was enough to know that I don't like Rayman in 3D. Rayman is far better in 2D.