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  1. Jak 2. I have no idea how I was able to beat it as a kid.
  2. I'm with DXMichael on Unity. It's a bug-filled incomprehensible mess of a game that locks content behind a companion app, a companion site that is prone to going down for no reason, and the pointless co-op missions. It's painfully obvious that this game was nowhere near ready to be released, but Ubisoft said "fuck it" and released it anyway. Also, this debacle further proved that you can't trust professional review sites to tell you whether a game is good or not because it still god moderately good reviews despite being complete garbage. Finally, the story is absolute shit and seems to have no real relevance to the previous games, with only passing references to the Sage and Desmond, while the plot for the historical setting is boring beyond belief. How do you make a game set in the French Revolution and have it have nothing to do with the revolution itself for most of the game?
  3. I never would've heard of Evil Zone if it wasn't for Retsupurae. I actually tracked down a copy and played through it. It's a fighting game with a really bizarre combat system where there's only one attack button and you change attacks based on what direction you're holding down and how far away you are from your opponent. Also, the AI is utterly broken and loves to turtle (except for Kakurine who just teleport spams), and the whole game is full of bad translations (like a werewolf being called Licanslope instead of Lycanthrope) and instances where the voice actor's pronunciation of a word isn't the same as what's written (especially bad with Gally "Vanish/Banish" Gregman, Danzaiver/Danzaiber and Ihadulca/Ihadurca). However, it has an interesting cast of characters (a mage, a ninja, a schoolgirl accompanied by a spirit, an onmyoji, a bounty hunter, a punk rocker being gradually taken over by a satanic sword, and more), and despite the story being incomprehensible garbage, it's presented in an interesting way where it's treated as a new anime series, with each fight being an episode, each story having a title, and each fight ending with a preview for the next "episode". It's also got some surprisingly big name voice actors in it (namely Jon St. John and Paul Eiding).
  4. Katawa Shoujo hit me really close to home in Hanako's route.
  5. It looks absolutely stunning in HD despite being nearly 45 years old, plus one of the special features is an interview with Malcolm McDowell about all of the movies he's been in throughout his career.
  6. A proper adaptation of the story of Ed Gein would be interesting. He was the inspiration for Norman Bates from Psycho, Buffalo Bill from The Silence of the Lambs, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, but apart from those the closest thing we got to an actual adaptation of Ed Gein was Ed Gein: The Butcher of Plainflield which was just a generic slasher movie with Kane Hodder in it which made no attempt to accurately portray how those events happened.
  7. Audition (masterfully suspenseful horror movie by Takasi Miike) Psycho The Breakfast Club any movie by Mamoru Hosoda (especially Summer Wars and Wolf Children) The Room (an absolutely perfect storm of failure that's a blast to watch with a group)
  8. I'm looking to see if there are any fellow purveyors of nanar (the French word for so bad it's good movies) on these forums. So list your favorite movies here that you know are bad but you still enjoy anyway. Mine are The Room, Plan 9 from Outer Space, Hard Rock Zombies, and The Apple.
  9. The 1970's remake of King Kong. It's like it's trying to be half King Kong and half Toho kaiju movie, but fails spectacularly at both.
  10. I'm Endrance, I'm an avid gamer and anime and movie fan.
  11. Super Smash Bros., Destiny, and .hack//G.U. Vol. 2.
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