Saw this exact thread happening over on another forum, and figured I wanted to get the opinions of the Negative World members. What are some of your favorite games (or least favorite?) of the past decade? I tried to list mine as a "Top 10" but you don't have to if you don't want to.
9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors SUPER Street Fighter IV Tatsunoko vs Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars Kid Icarus Uprising Resident Evil Revelations Pokémon Moon Animal Crossing: New Leaf Shovel Knight Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon/Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night (yeah, these are technically two different games, but I'm grouping them together for no particular reason. )
BONUS SHOUT OUT:Monster Hunter 4 ULTIMATE I haven't really ever cared for a game in this series, but for whatever reason, this one finally got me. Maybe it was playing online with several of you, maybe it was the presentation (that opening battle was pretty sweet) or maybe it was the interaction with others via Miiverse (RIP)...but this was the one Monster Hunter that I really got into.
I have enjoyed Monster Hunter Stories, but I haven't gotten very far yet.
That’s like, the opposite of how this franchise got popular, haha. It never really took off until Capcom put it on PSP. Although now Monster Hunter World exists, so I guess it finally broke the glass ceiling and got a hit on home consoles!
Just curious, what makes this a “TV game” for you? I find it far more accessible and easier to play in bite-sized gaming sessions (perfect for handheld play) than to sit down in front of some oversized screen. It’s harder (impossible?) to play local co-op on a TV, too. Handheld just seems...um, hands down the better option?
What makes it a TV game? Scale and controls, mostly. Big dinosaurs belong on a big screen. And I don't have 3DS-shaped mitts like you, so a Pro-type controller is much more comfortable for me over long sessions.
All that said, I haven't dug too much into World at all. Is it the simplification? Fanboyism? I dunno. But I haven't touched Ultimate GX, either.
Local multi is definitely a cool feature on portable. Except I've never come across anyone who wanted to play locally!
Again, I just have fonder memories of my time with Tri and ... 3 Deluxe? I got SO into Tri that 4 couldn't have the same impact.
As always, it's been fun reading everybody else's lists. Secret Tunnel posted a link to that Half an A Press video, the mad lad. Sometimes it feels like we're on that same weird internet wavelength. I was just thinking about how you're the only other person I've met who knows what the fuck Yo Noid 2 is. Anyway, here's the only list that matters.
10. AM2R 9. Super Mario Odyssey 8. Pikmin 3 7. A Hat in Time 6. Undertale 5. The Banner Saga Trilogy 4. Nier Automata 3. Bloodborne 2. Devil May Cry 5 1. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze
If you ask me on a different day, you'll probably get a different order. The top 3 shift around a lot and 6-20 tend to shuffle around. Honorable mentions include Dark Souls, Kirby Robobot, Fallout New Vegas, Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep, A Link Between Worlds, Kid Icarus Uprising, Halo Reach, Overwatch, Dark Souls 3. I was tempted to do a top 30 like Chris, but didn't want to take the time.
I was just thinking about how you're the only other person I've met who knows what the fuck Yo Noid 2 is.
Ha! Oh man, I've been out of the Crazy Obscure itch.io Games game for a while now, has there been anything good lately? I still remember getting endless entertainment out of Indie Statik's list of the Top 100 Best Free Indie Games of 2013, but that site isn't even up anymore.