Anyways, to stay true to the topic, has anyone played Blood? It's an FPS game that runs on the Build engine, the same one power by Duke Nukem 3D. Really obscure game with a cult following that's a little smaller than this one. Blood is alot like Doom, but with the horror and violence meter turned up to 11!
I have both it and its sequel.
Nabbed them from Good Old Games.
Too bad the first runs like ass under DOSBOX (well, on my computer anyway), so I can't really get a playable experience with it.
Anyone ever play Snowboard Kids? It's probably more popular than I think, but that's all my childhood memories wrapped in one game.
I remember playing that game like crazy when I was 8-9 years old. Great fun. Haven't played it in years, though.
I thought I might as well post a picture. I think the long boss meter further proves my point about long boss battles. Its not tedious or anything and I actually enjoy having more boss fights then levels, its a change of pace that I really like.
I think I've played that game in one of the newer Sega collections. If it's what I think it is, it's pretty fun.
So, anyone here a fan of The Bizarre Adventures Of Woodruff And The Schnibble?
It's an incredibly funny, wacky, charming, and even somewhat surreal adventure game. The art-style is cartoony and unique, the puzzles are challenging but fair, the voice-acting is somewhat over the top but never felt off or out of place, and, for the time, it had incredible graphics. Unfortunately, the game completely tanked in both EU and NA, to the point that Sierra dubbed it an absolute failure and disowned it (more or less), thus, causing it to fade into obscurity.