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  • 2 months ago
    Bugsnax continues to intrigue, what even is this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmpsQRjnX9w
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    • Silent Gamer
      Silent Gamer
      Editing … I'm not sure, but I want it!
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    • Husky Wing
      Husky Wing
      Editing … was there a state of play yesterday and what was in it
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    • Explojin
      Explojin
      Editing … Yes, stuff and things. Only was really interested in Crash, Spelunky, & Bugsnax myself. But they had stuff on Godfall, The Pedestrian, Hitman VR, Darth Vader VR thing, some RPG looking thing, some puzzley looking thing, Pathless and at least two cyberpunky things.
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    • Husky Wing
      Husky Wing
      Editing … oh hey a Focus Home Interactive game was there. Those always look nice
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    • Silent Gamer
      Silent Gamer
      Editing … I think the entire dev team quit immediately after though, Husky.
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  • 2 years ago
    Released on my 16th birthday!
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    • MasterCrash
      MasterCrash
      Editing … Nice! I actually was not aware that the PS1 was released in early 1950s
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  • 2 years ago
    Looks like the bandwagon has started its journey!

    https://www.playstation.com/en-gb/explore/playstation-classic/
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    • DJ_JJSlider
      DJ_JJSlider
      Editing … Deleted by himself
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    • DJ_JJSlider
      DJ_JJSlider
      Editing … Honoring the legacy of the Playstation! Aw yeh. Reminds me of the video at the Game Developers Choice Awards... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6rSLInBkY9I
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    • Rockshard Phd
      Rockshard Phd
      Editing … wow what a rip the trailer only shows 5 of the games even though it says it contains 20. Looks like I'll have to wait to see the rest of the games.
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    • Rockshard Phd
      Rockshard Phd
      Editing … The trailer should have shown it next to something or shown a person holding it so we get an idea how small it is. Don't just show me a PS1 and say it's small, that doesn't help much. "45 percent smaller than a PS1" oh, thanks. I still keep my PS1 around and play it every day.
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    • DJ_JJSlider
      DJ_JJSlider
      Editing … Should've said, "It's the size of your thumb," or something like that.
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    • DJ_JJSlider
      DJ_JJSlider
      Editing … But SRSLY, they should show a few more definitive PS1 franchises. Like Parappa. Or at least Crash Bandicoot. I'm griping, but yeah, show me more.
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    • Sandvich
      Sandvich
      Editing … I'm skeptical this will do particularly well. PS1 games being some of the earliest 3D home console titles are also some of the most unpleasant I've revisited. Those rough edges and blocky polygons just don't age as well as 2D sprites on the SNES. Aliasing is a real pet peeve for me personally. And it wasn't until the PS2 that devs started consistently offering good camera control, and on that note, WTF are they thinking providing the controllers sans analog sticks?!?! Also since other companies have a better track record with digital distribution and aren't techno-fascists like Nintendo there are better ways to play a lot of the PS1's library. My PS3 is still hooked to my TV and can play what few PS1 games I own. So can the PS2. A ton of these games are available on digital distribution platforms for modern consoles. Nearly all of the Final Fantasies are on Steam.
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    • Sandvich
      Sandvich
      Editing … I'd say Sony's one opportunity is to totally lap Nintendo in terms of features. Since the dual-shock controller has barely changed over the years, make the DS3 and 4 compatible with the PS Classic. Since they must include those shitty controllers, at least make the cords a decent length. Find a way to include trophy support. In terms of the games lineup, they would have to swing for the fences to get me interested. Final Fantasy VII is the only title they've revealed that I'd genuinely like to play. Tekken 3 and Ridge Racer might be fun to revisit the past. Those other two I likely wouldn't even bother touching, I mean WTF is Jumping Flash? In terms of the rest, Final Fantasy Tactics is a must. Final Fantasy IX, Chrono Cross, Xenogears, Vagrant Story, Symphony of the Night and Silent Hill would be excellent choices to get me interested. Including any of the Tomb Raiders would just be sadistic, those games are unplayable by modern standards. Resident Evil, Crash and Spyro will probably make it in to some degree but I don't really care. Metal Gear Solid deserves to be on there but I already own it so meh. Yeah, there's no way I'm picking this up.
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    • Rockshard Phd
      Rockshard Phd
      Editing … Jumping Flash is great. I'd say it's the best game out of the five. and I would be willing to bet money that there will be no M rated games in this.
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    • DJ_JJSlider
      DJ_JJSlider
      Editing … I mean, FF7 is essential. Aside from that, Sony should have showed bigger names in that library. Jumping Flash is good, but not everyone recognizes that...rabbit robot thing...Or hey, Ape Escape was big! Forgetting Ape Escape is sacrilegious.
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  • 2 years ago
    I may have just acquired a PS1 if my mate still has it.
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  • Nodley wrote his opinion about PlayStation
    2 years ago
    This console HAS to be in the discussion of greatest ever consoles. For me it probably is the best ever, just because of the RPG library it has. Other consoles have a claim to be greatest too but then you look at the library of games, and you're just like, nope! PS1 is da man!
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  • 3 years ago
    The other day my dad found a fully operational PlayStation someone threw away, so he brought it home and put it in my room next to my other consoles - not knowing exactly what it was but assuming I'd like it.

    Thanks, dad!
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  • Silent Gamer wrote his opinion about PlayStation
    4 years ago
    Nothing in gaming will ever blow my mind quite like the introduction of the PS1 and the advent of mainstream 3D gaming. Graphical upgrades and open-worlds are cool and all, but to literally add an entire dimension to gaming was an absolute feat. I spent hours mesmerised by the tech demos on the "Demo one" disc. It took a while to get used to moving in three dimensions, and even longer for me to get used to analog sticks when they were introduced a little later.

    I still remember the novelty of memory cards, and having the ability to take your saves to a friends house and continue where you left off. The marketing was pretty weird, as is Sony's signature style. But it was all part of the experience. This was something new, something revolutionary. Even as a kid, I could see that. Gaming was always a part of my childhood, but the PS1 is where it became an obsession. Yes, I am a Sony fanboy and I openly admit it, but this console is the reason why.

    Crash Bandicoot, Die Hard Trilogy, Bloody Roar, Syphon Filter, Abe's Oddysee, Worms, GTA, Tomb Raider, Metal Gear, G-Police, Harvest Moon, Tekken, Theme Park, etc. These are all series/games that I will always treasure and this big old grey box will always be a huge part of my gaming identity ^_^
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    • Nodley
      Nodley
      Editing … I didn't think too much about it like you, I just bought one with my wages one week and continued gaming just like before. But I'd being making the generation jumps for over a decade I guess. Atari 2600 > Commodore plus 4 > Commodore 64 > Nes > Mastersystem > megadrive > Snes > Commodore Amiga
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    • Dr Eggnog
      Dr Eggnog
      Editing … A ps1 was my first system. I got one for my 5th birthday with a copy of A Bugs Life, one of my earliest memories. Before that, my sister had both a ps1 and a nes, but I always preferred ps1. Funny enough, I haven't played half the games you mentioned and the only one I care about is Metal Gear Solid. Spider-Man, Silent Hill, Spyro the Dragon, Final Fantasy VII, Twisted Metal III, Harry Potter, Jersey Devil, and A Bugs Life are the things I remember playing.
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    • Silent Gamer
      Silent Gamer
      Editing … ^ My introduction to Final Fantasy was another monumental shift for me, so I always remember the other games before that shift. After that it was story-driven games I craved. The games I mentioned are special to me, as they represent the "old" Silent Gamer.
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    • Nodley
      Nodley
      Editing … Oh yeah, FFVII was the first FF released in Europe. I can't remember now if I played an earlier one on SNES emulator first or not, but I was massively into RPGs back then.
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    • Nodley
      Nodley
      Editing … Now you stirred up old memories and I feel the urge to replay Wild Arms. I'm never gonna finish any games at this rate.
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  • Alec Smith wrote his opinion about PlayStation
    5 years ago
    The Sony Playstation is a very remembered platform for shaping a large part of modern 3d gaming. As is usual with Sony consoles this system had a huge impact in it's generation and it's library is very good with a lot of classics lasting to today. I personally haven't used this system much so it isn't in my top 10 but might get there someday later on in my gaming "career."
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  • 5 years ago
    I'm physically attracted to the design of Sony's first console; whenever I look at its symmetrical godliness and timeless simplicity, I get a tingling feeling in my testicles.

    Elegant as fuck
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