Sometimes i play the Resident Evil's spin off games.. and pretty much that's it. i loved FF X and the Shin megami tensei games but after completing them back in the day.. never really did it againDo anyone here still play using PS2? I own the Slim PS2 version and i haven't upgraded my console till now. I love Here Comes the Pain game in PS2 and i play it occasionally.
In my country you can find a complete PS2 with generic controllers for less than 100$.I recently sold my old PS2, but kinda regret doing so..
Even though I now own the majority of my favourite games from the platform in their "remastered" form on PS3/PS4, there's still a few that I would like to play again.
The problem now will be trying to get one in a similarly good condition to the one I sold!
I own a PS1 AlsoI soft modded the original xbox but haven't modded anything since. I played spiderman on PS2 when I was about 11 or 12 but I never owned one. I did however own a PS1 and remember Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit.
Yeah I soft modded mine, but many games didn't play 100% from the hard drive due to utilising emulation..I own PS2 and still play it to this day it is amazing system I really enjoy it
I have soft modded my PS2 by Installing Free Mcboot Home Brew Software on PS2 Memory card it is amazing
This is true but also cinematics has been an important part of modern games too, the first i remember that had this was God Of War and RE4 (i don't know if there are prior games that had this) and somehow it's been a switch between the old and new, some games like Castlevania are made for gamers only, if you never played the old school ones like Super Castlevania IV or Symphony Of the Night you'll easily lose track of what you gotta do, i don't like the idea of sandbox replacing the platforms.I think a lot of it is nostalgia and some modern games have a tendency to over complicate things.
Using your example of Super Mario Bros, the appeal is that the controls are literally 'run' and 'jump' - even non-gamers could easily pick it up within moments.
Some of my favourite platformers are retro games!