We could play the Burnout games as well!Tawmis wrote:We should hang out some time (you know, the fact that you're in Canada, eh, shouldn't be a problem!) so we can play some Mortal Kombat and Golden Axe!DeadPoolX wrote: Altered Beast was okay; I never really got into it, but I definitely played Golden Axe (and its sequels) and Street Fighter II. I wasn't that good at SF2, but my brother was. I actually preferred the Mortal Kombat series.
This is funny, look at how very 80s the box art of the original Golden Axe was! Even worse, Tyris Flare's right leg (from the knee and below) is twisted at an impossible angle.
Yeah, Maia and I played co-op in G:SS. I was the Warrior and Maia was the Valkyrie.Tawmis wrote:Oh yeah the original was a simplistic game! But the console ones - like Seven Sorrows (and the other two or three?) - you need to go back and play those! Especially if you were playing co-op! Such a fun game!DeadPoolX wrote: As for Gauntlet... well, the original versions didn't do much for me, but Maia and I enjoyed the PS2 copy of Gauntlet: The Seven Sorrows. We almost beat it, but ran out of time at my Dad's place, where my PS2 is right now.
Ever try Rome: Total War? Since you liked Age of Empires, you might enjoy RTW.dotkel50 wrote:Also the original Age of Empires game and its expansion, Rise of Rome. Love the ancient Greco-Roman setting.