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    Post by tanis1lionheart on 5/15/2009, 2:20 pm

    PLAYSTATION 1
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    Armored Core: Project Phantasma
    Breath of Fire III
    Chrono Cross
    Crash Bandicoot III - Warped
    Final Fantasy – IX
    Final Fantasy – Origins (FFI & FFII)
    Final Fantasy – VII
    Final Fantasy – VIII
    Final Fantasy Chronicles (FFIV & CT)
    Final Fantasy Tactics
    Gundam - Battle Assault
    Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver
    Legend Of Dragoon
    Mech Warrior 2
    Medal Of Honor
    Medal Of Honor - Underground
    Medievil II
    Metal Gear Solid 1 (Essential Collection)
    Spider-Man
    Syphon Filter I
    Syphon Filter II
    Syphonfilter III
    Tigershark
    Xenogears I

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    Ace Combat 0: The Belkan War
    Ace Combat 4: Shattered Skies
    Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War
    Action Replay MAX
    Activision Anthology
    Alien Hominid
    Amplitude
    Ar Tonelico II: Melody Of Metafalica
    Arcana Heart
    Armored Core 2
    Armored Core 2: Another Age
    Armored Core 3
    Armored Core: Last Raven
    Armored Core: Nine Breaker
    Armored Core: Silent Line
    Army Men - Sarge's Heroes 2
    Art Of Fighting: Anthology
    Astro Boy
    Atelier Iris 1: Eternal Mana
    Atelier Iris 2: The Azoth Of Destiny
    Atelier Iris 3: Grand Phantasm
    Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance 1
    Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance 2
    Baroque
    Beyond Good & Evil
    Bloodrayne 1
    Bloodrayne 2
    Bloody Roar 3
    Breath Of Fire: Dragon Quarter
    Bully
    Call Of Duty 2: Big Red One (Legacy Collection)
    Call Of Duty: Finest Hour (Legacy Collection)
    Capcom Classics Vol. 1
    Capcom Classics Vol. 2
    Capcom Fighting Evolution
    Capcom vs SNK 2
    Castlevania: Curse Of Darkness
    Castlevania: Lament Of Innocence
    Champions Of Norrath 1
    Champions Of Norrath 2: Return To Arms
    Chaos Legion
    Chaos Wars
    ChoroQ
    Clock Tower 3
    Codebreaker
    Cold Fear
    Contra: Neo
    Contra: Shattered Soldier
    Crimson Tears
    Dark Cloud
    Dark Cloud II
    Defender
    Demon Stone
    Destory All Humans 1
    Destory All Humans 2
    Devil May Cry 1
    Devil May Cry 2
    Devil May Cry 3
    Devil May Cry 3 (SE)
    Disgaea 1: Hour of Darkness
    Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories
    Dokapon Kingdom
    Dragon Ball Z: Super DBZ
    Dragonball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 1
    Dragonball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3
    Drakengard 1
    Drakengard 2
    Dropship - United Peace Force
    Dynasty Warriors 2
    Dynasty Warriors 3
    Dynasty Warriors 3: Xtreme Legends
    Dynasty Warriors 4
    Eternal Poison (CE)
    Eureka Seven: Vol.1: The New Wave
    Fallout: Brotherhood Of Steel
    Fatal Frame 1
    Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly
    Final Fantasy 10
    Final Fantasy 10-2
    Final Fantasy 12 (CE)
    Final Fantasy 7: Dirge Of Cerberus
    Frequency
    From Russia With Love (007)
    Front Mission 4
    Gameshark II - Version 4
    Gauntlet: Dark Legacy
    Gauntlet: Seven Sorrows
    Getting Up
    Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex
    Giants: Citizen Kabuto
    God Hand
    God Of War 1
    God Of War 2 (CE)
    Grand Theft Auto 3
    Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
    Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
    Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
    Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
    Grandia: Xtreme
    Grimgrimoire
    Growlanser: Hearitage Of War (LE)
    Guilty Gear X2
    Guilty Gear XX: Accent Core
    Guilty Gear: Isuka
    Gundam Seed: Never Ending Tomorrow
    Gundam: Battle Assault 3
    Gundam: Encounters In Space
    Gundam: Gundam VS. Zeta Gundam
    Gundam: SD GundamForce: Showdown
    Gundam: Zeonic Front
    Half-Life 1
    Hard Hitter Tennis
    Hitman 2: Silent Assassin
    Hitman: Blood Money (W/Bonus Disc)
    Hitman: Contracts
    Ico
    IGPX: Immortal Grand Prix
    Incredible HULK
    Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction
    Indigo Prophecy
    I-Ninja
    Jack & Daxter 1: The Precursor Legacy
    Jack & Daxter 2
    Jack & Daxter 3
    Jax X: Combat Racing
    Katamari Damacy 1
    Katamari Damacy 2
    Killer 7
    KillSwitch
    Killzone
    Kinetica
    King Kong: Offical Movie Game
    King Of Fighters 11
    Kingdom Hearts 1
    Kingdom Hearts 2
    Klonoa 2
    Legacy Of Kain: Blood Omen 2
    Legacy Of Kain: Defiance
    Legacy Of Kain: Soul Reaver 2
    LEGO: Batman - The Videogame
    LEGO: Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures
    LEGO: Star Wars 1
    LEGO: Star Wars 2: The Original Trilogy
    Lord Of The Rings 2: The Two Towers
    Lord Of The Rings 3: The Return Of The King
    Lord Of The Rings: The Third Age
    Mad Maestro!
    Magna Carta: Tears Of Blood (CE)
    Mana Khenmia: Alchemists Of Al-Revis
    Manhunt 1
    Manhunt 2
    Mark Of Kri
    Marvel: Ultimate Alliance
    Max Payne 1
    Max Payne 2: The Fall Of Max Payne
    Maximo 1: Ghost To Glory
    Maximo 2: Verses The Army Of Zin
    Medal Of Honor: European Assault (Collection)
    Medal Of Honor: Frontline (Collection)
    Medal Of Honor: Rising Sun (Collection)
    Medal Of Honor: Vanguard
    Megaman X Collection
    Megaman X: Command Mission
    Megaman X7
    Mercenaries 1: Playground of Destruction
    Mercenaries 2: World In Flames
    Metal Gear Solid 2 (Essential Collection)
    Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons Of Liberty
    Metal Gear Solid 3 (Essential Collection)
    Metal Saga
    Metal Slug Anthology
    Midway Arcade Treasures 1
    Midway Arcade Treasures 2
    Midway Arcade Treasures 3
    Monster Hunter
    Mortal Kombat: Armageddon (CE)
    Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance
    Mortal Kombat: Deception
    Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks
    MS Saga: A New Dawn
    Naval Ops: Commander
    NeoGeo Battle Coliseum
    Ninja Assault
    Odin Sphere
    Okage: Shadow King
    Okami
    Oni
    Onimusha 1: Warlords
    Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny
    Onimusha 3: Demon Siege
    Onimusha: Blade Warriors
    Onimusha: Dawn Of Dreams
    Prince Of Persia 1: The Sands Of Time
    Prince Of Persia 2: Warrior Within
    Prince Of Persia 3: The Two Thrones
    Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy
    Psychonauts
    Radiata Stories
    Raiden 3
    Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando
    Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal
    Ratchet: Deadlock
    Red Faction 1
    Resident Evil 4
    Resident Evil: Code: Veronica X
    Resident Evil: Outbreak
    Rez
    Rise Of The Kasai
    Robotech: Battlecry
    Rogue Galaxy
    R-Type: Final
    Samurai Warriors 1
    Samurai Warriors 1: Xtreme Legends
    Samurai Warriors 2: Xtreme Legends
    Samurai Western
    Sega Genesis Collection
    Serious Sam: Next Encounter
    Shadow Hearts
    Shadow Hearts: Covenant
    Shadow Hearts: From The New World
    Shadow Of The Colossus
    Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner 1: RKvsTSA
    Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga 1
    Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga 2
    Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne
    Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 (CE)
    Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3: FES
    Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 (CE)
    Shinobi
    Silent Hill 0: Origins
    Silent Hill 2
    Silent Hill 3
    Silent Hill 4: The Room
    Silpheed: The Lost Planet
    Siren
    Skygunner
    Sly Cooper 1: And The Thievius Raccoonus
    Sly Cooper 2: Band Of Thieves
    Sly Cooper 3: Honor Among Thieves
    SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1
    Sonic Heroes
    Sonic+: Mega Collection
    Soul Calibur 2
    Soul Calibur 3
    Soul Nomad & The World Eaters
    Spiderman 2
    Splinter Cell
    Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory
    Splinter Cell: Double Agent
    Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow
    Spyhunter 1
    SpyHunter 2
    Star Ocean: Till The End Of Time
    Star Wars: Battlefront 1
    Star Wars: Battlefront 2
    Star Wars: Bounty Hunter
    Star Wars: Episode 3: Revenge Of The Sith
    Star Wars: Force Unleashed
    Star Wars: Jedi Starfighter
    Star Wars: Racer 2: Revenge
    Star Wars: Starfighter
    Star Wars: The Clone Wars
    Steambot Chronicles
    Stella Deus: The Gate Of Eternity
    Street Fighter Alpha Anthology
    Street Fighter EX 3
    Summoner
    Taito Legends: Vol 1
    Taito Legends: Vol 2
    Tekken 4
    Tekken 5
    Tekken Tag Tournament
    The Punisher
    Thirteen (XIII)
    TimeSplitter 1
    TimeSplitter 2
    TimeSplitter 3: Future Perfect
    TransFormers
    Twisted Metal: Black
    Twisted Metal: Head On: Extra Twisted Edition
    Ultimate Spider-Man
    Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria
    VCL Presents: Motor Mayhem
    Viewtiful Joe 1
    Viewtiful Joe 2
    Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior
    Warship Gunner 2
    Way Of The Samurai 2
    Whiplash
    Wizardry: Tale Of The Forsaken Land
    Wrath: Unleashed
    Xenosaga: Episode 1: Der Wille Zur Macht
    Xenosaga: Episode 2: Jenseits Von Gut Und Bose
    Xenosaga: Episode 3: Also Sprach Zarathustra
    XGRA: Extreme G Racing Association
    X-Men Legends 1
    X-Men Legends 2: Rise Of Apocalypse
    Yakuza
    Ys: The Art Of Napishtim
    Zone Of The Enders 1
    Zone Of The Enders 2: The 2nd Runner

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    Monster Kingdom - Jewel Summoner
    Riviera: The Promised Land
    R-Type Command
    Yggdra Union
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    Post by JGZinv on 5/15/2009, 3:05 pm

    Yikes... looks like Sony got you for a ton with the PS2... although you left off PS3
    in the poll.

    *ghasp* you don't have any SSX titles for the PS2....

    I've had a PS1 for my sister... I got a PS2 and PSP.
    Don't use the PSP... that was rather a waste.

    PSP -
    Ridgeracer (I think)
    Homebrewed:
    StarFox 2
    StarFox
    Super Mario World
    Gundam Wing Endless Duel
    Super Battleship

    PS2 -
    SSX
    SSX 3
    Star Wars Starfighter
    Zone of the Enders
    Red Faction

    PS1 -
    Battlestations
    SW Demolition
    SW EP1 Phantom Menace
    SW Masters of Teras Kasi
    SW EP1 Jedi Power Battles
    Medal of Honor
    Xmen Mutant Academy
    Gundam Battle Assault 2
    Army Men 3D


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    Post by tanis1lionheart on 5/15/2009, 3:08 pm

    JGZinv wrote:Yikes... looks like Sony got you for a ton with the PS2... although you left off PS3
    in the poll.
    *ghasp* you don't have any SSX titles for the PS2....
    I've had a PS1 for my sister... I got a PS2 and PSP.
    Don't use the PSP... that was rather a waste.

    Never played the SSX games.
    PSP is fantastic if you hack it.
    As to the PS3, think it's too early to say...but, that's really just a cop out for forgetting.
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    Post by JGZinv on 5/15/2009, 3:16 pm

    PSP is ok I guess, I just don't have the time to play anything.
    A game system that you have to run homebrew on just to make it
    useful though... um.. is rather a failure.

    If it were not for the cruddy graphics (4 shades of monochrome woot!)
    I'd still play my original Gameboy.

    PS3... well the question remains, is there even a good game for it?

    I've actually played a good chunk of the games you listed, but I don't
    own them. I used to rent a game, beat it, return it in the space of a week.

    Loved the ZOE games, and according to a poll in Japan, it's in the top 10
    games the Japanese want to see a sequel to. Granted the story was pretty bad,
    but the battles were great. They just need a fully online version.

    The ZOE game for the GBA... that made up for the story, it had one of the longest
    and best anime themed stories I've seen in a video game... period. Battle system
    got repetitive towards the end though.


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    Post by tanis1lionheart on 5/15/2009, 3:26 pm

    I guess, I mean there's lots of good games for the PSP, they just take a long time to come out.
    I see the PSP is my emulation central.
    I use it all the time because of emulators and it's my MP3 player.

    PS3...IDK...I'm mean BlazBlu is coming out...
    Killzone was pretty good, but I'm more of an RPG fan.

    I collect PS2 games, all my PS2 games have the booklet, cover, and are non-greatest hits.
    Very Happy

    ZOE as a whole is pretty good; agree with the story.
    The anime was worth watching too.
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    Post by JGZinv on 5/15/2009, 3:32 pm

    Yeah I've got my PSP setup the same way.

    How was Gundam Encounters in Space? I heard that it was ZOE-like?

    The GBA ZOE... geesh I think I played it every day for 2-3 weeks before
    I beat it. How they crammed all that gameplay on such a small ROM is beyond me.


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    Post by tanis1lionheart on 5/15/2009, 3:35 pm

    JGZinv wrote:Yeah I've got my PSP setup the same way.
    How was Gundam Encounters in Space? I heard that it was ZOE-like?
    The GBA ZOE... geesh I think I played it every day for 2-3 weeks before
    I beat it. How they crammed all that gameplay on such a small ROM is beyond me.
    I wouldn't call it 'ZOE-Like', because it is a gundam game...and thus kind of...slow.

    But, it's a guilty pleasure.

    To me, the best gundam game on the PS2 is 'Gundam vs Zeta Gundam' or 'Zeonic Front'
    GvZG just has loads of mechs and stuff to do, it is slow compared to ZOE.

    ZF is like SOCOM with mechs...I have friends who don't like anime who like the game.
    Hard as hell at times.


    I don't know either, one of the best GBA games released...I keep hoping for a DS game.
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    Post by Almael on 5/15/2009, 8:33 pm

    PS2 is a diehard!

    Well, I haven't played any 3D gundam games yet. I prefer Macross games here since I'm more into fighters. Anyway, the last PS3 game looked good but the performance was so bad, but I heard there was a japanese only 3D Gundam game which was only slight worst in graphic but else good in game play.
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    Post by tanis1lionheart on 5/15/2009, 8:36 pm

    Almael wrote:PS2 is a diehard!

    Well, I haven't played any 3D gundam games yet. I prefer Macross games here since I'm more into fighters. Anyway, the last PS3 game looked good but the performance was so bad, but I heard there was a japanese only 3D Gundam game which was only slight worst in graphic but else good in game play.

    The new Macross game for the PSP is just amazing, IDK if you've played it yet.
    Robotech games for the PS2 are kind of 'eh'

    The only 'gundam' I can think of is the new J-only FPS for the PSP, can't even play it on CFW yet on the PSP.
    There's also a FPS for the Wii that's pretty good; but it's all in J.
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    Post by Almael on 5/16/2009, 11:59 am

    Hmm...Macross Ace Frontier does look like the other Macross Superdimentional PC/PS2 game.
    Macross games are a bit hard to master with all the transformations but was fun for me.
    I liked Macross VX2 and the PC game the most.
    (Not to mention the Milky Dolls I love you )

    Edit: Forgot about Macross VO/VOXP
    The "Source"
    Weapons Training
    Unlike Gundam or Battletech, Macross games are IMHO more vivid. There is not much time to walk around and shoot like shooting games. You virtually shoot the moment you see the enemy, 'run' around... transform ...shoot etc. Well, that's my experience.

    Edit: After watching some videos, my analysis is that Macross Ace Frontier is easier to play. So you will have more time enjoying the battle. The most improvement are the visual data, and auto-lock targetting. It seems you don't need to aim anymore.
    In VX/VX2/SDM/VOXP you always have to turn toward the target to get any lock and you have to aim yourself when in fighter mode.
    Here you can even shoot from the side and no visible aim even in fighter mode.
    In VX sometimes I had to shoot missiles down manually, although there is a special move to shoot all missiles down on occassions.
    Here it seems no need or able to do that. And the special moves have longer actions, too. You got only (more or less) one move in the previous games.
    I guess the game is going to have a place on my shelf.
    Some video comparison of the bests.
    Macross VX (Final Mission: Milky Dolls)
    Macross VX-2
    Macross Plus Game Edition
    Macross VOXP
    Macross Ace Frontier

    I don't seem to be able to find the gundam game I was talking about. I remember it was made around the same time as Crossfire but for the PS2 and it was about the one year war.
    Graphic was roughly like crysis and such.

    Edit: some more Macross
    Macross M3 Well, it's dreamcast
    Super Dimensional Fortress Macross (PS2) other
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    Post by tanis1lionheart on 7/23/2009, 11:58 am

    Damn, so...you're a Macross fan I take it?

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