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    Default Re: Games that probably no one plays today but you still like

    Glover n64 is one, Melty Blood is another - it's uniquely fast paced, at least from my experience with my nephew in AACC, and Stepmania - every time I checked Twitch, Osu always have much more viewer count then Stepmania. Stepmania is basically DDR for your computer and I don't play Osu for crap to know how it plays.

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    Default Re: Games that probably no one plays today but you still like

    Dynasty Warriors 3-5, all the TMNT PS2 games

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    Default Re: Games that probably no one plays today but you still like

    Evil Islands: Curse of the Lost Soul. That's an awesome 2001 Russian RPG. You should try it, it has an English version.

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    Default Re: Games that probably no one plays today but you still like

    I still play Sewer Run and LEGO Builder Bots.They're my childhood games.
    This is...the fist of the Kusanagi!

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    Default Re: Games that probably no one plays today but you still like

    wwe 2k12, wwe all stars, worms, Heavy weapon, Bully.

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    Default Re: Games that probably no one plays today but you still like

    Doritos Crash Course

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    Default Re: Games that probably no one plays today but you still like

    Dead or Alive Online (2008, Tecmo/Lievo Studio):
    A Free-to-play DoA fighting game (& the first one for PCs) made by chinese company Lievo Studio in collaboration with Tecmo (developer of the DoA series & Tokidensho: Angel Eyes) for Windows computers (good thing is that it works on WINXP despite being a late 2000s game, created Dec. 2008 & last updated 2009) based on the DOA Online mode from Dead or Alive 4 (2005, X360) with stages from Dead or Alive 3/2 Ultimate for the XBOX Classic+original stages, you can fight with 8 characters from the game & it has awesome training/exercise modes+you can fight online with other users despite the title & also customize your avatar no matter the gender.
    It's now discontinued since 2010 despite being a beta & all servers are disconnected but it still works (wayy better than DOA5LR/DOA6, take that Yosuke Hayashi & Yohei Shimbori for replacing Tomonobu Itagaki) & there are people who uses this in 2020.
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    Default Re: Games that probably no one plays today but you still like

    Straight up bro
    Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion XL.
    It has no wi-fi, we had to make a netplay build to get some kind of community going but it's too late. The game is 9 yearsish old and nobody remembers it. I wouldn't be surprised if me and my brother were the best ones in the world. I hope we aren't but right now it seems like it so far.

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    Default Re: Games that probably no one plays today but you still like

    Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops.

    I think it's faaar superior to the sequel in just about every aspect, but within the Metal Gear fandom it tends to be crapped on a lot in favor of Peace Walker. That being said, the MG fan base tend to be very fickle and worship Hideo Kojima as if he were incapable of putting out a bad game (hint: he has put out many lackluster games), and seeing how Portable Ops wasn't a Kojima game it gets pushed aside as "non-canon" despite the story having an impact on every game released after it. But this is the same group of fans who absolutely hated MGS2 for the first few years it was out but now clamor about what a masterpiece it is, so I'm not surprised. I could go on a multi paragraph rant about why I think Portable Ops is the superior game, but I'll save that for a YouTube video in the future. It is truly the hidden gem of the franchise and was a major influence on the titles that followed it.

    Also, as an extra jab to Kojima: the best/most influential game he's put out in the past decade was a demo for a game that never even came out: PT. MGSV had the ability to be a masterpiece but he was too busy making business deals to milk the franchise in every possible way with crossovers and merchandise that the game we ended up getting was barren and unfinished. Fun, but unfinished.

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