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RPGs of 2005


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#41
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There is no Resident Evil movie....  :devil:

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She's right


theres two :blink:

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And where did you hear this nonsense.... :devil:

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No offense, but Resident Evil is a piece of monkey dung.

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No offense, but Resident Evil is a piece of monkey dung.

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But, it had Milla Jovovich in it! :devil:

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<edited... might be considered mean>

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Edited by Darque, 05 January 2005 - 07:59 PM.


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Resident Evil > You

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resident evil...isnt that the game you dress your character up in different outfits and try to hook them up with the next door neighbor? :)"

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No offense, but Resident Evil is a piece of monkey dung.

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Is that before or after it's been flung?

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Letís just say Iím curious about from part 1:
Kotor2
Dungeon Lords
Dungeon Siege 2
The Bardís Tale
Gothic 3 (a questionable one)
The Fall
Elder Scrolls 4

This pretty much sums all of the games except two. The Witcher has never interested me, I donít know why, maybe itís because I hate playing fighters.

From part 2 I might be interested in:
Goldenland (if it ever comes out)
Blood Magic
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Metalheart (another questionable one)

But, Iíll admit I donít know much about these titles.

Anyway, Oblivion is probably the only sure buy of the year. Reviews and what people are saying on the forums will dictate if I buy any of the other titles.

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I liked the Resident Evil movies. They are the best adaption game to movie I have ever seen. Besides it has a naked Milla Jovovich in both. You can never go wrong with a naked Milla. :D

Oh, Resident Evil games are the only games worth playing on a Gamecube.

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Goldenland (if it ever comes out)


Are you saying that Goldenlande isn't release in USA? In Spain you can buy that game for 19.95Ä since 6 months ago.

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I liked the Resident Evil movies.  They are the best adaption game to movie I have ever seen.  Besides it has a naked Milla Jovovich in both.  You can never go wrong with a naked Milla.  :D

Oh, Resident Evil games are the only games worth playing on a Gamecube.

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Movies? :lol: When did the second one came out?

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Bah, the Metalheart home page is gone. I can't really find out anything about the Cops 2170 thing either, since I don't read Russian. Also I was interested in Goldenland, but it doesn't seem it will ever be released in English... and I have my doubts whether most of the others on this list will be either.

Frustrates me, because these European games by small developers are the ones that sound the best to me personally.

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I liked the Resident Evil movies.  They are the best adaption game to movie I have ever seen.  Besides it has a naked Milla Jovovich in both.  You can never go wrong with a naked Milla.  :D

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Amen, brother Visc, amen.

'Course, she is a bit of a toothpick.

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Oh, Resident Evil games are the only games worth playing on a Gamecube.

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Hades gets a gold star :rolleyes:

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Oh, Resident Evil games are the only games worth playing on a Gamecube.

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Hades gets a gold star :rolleyes:

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Have you not played the Super Smash Brothers series?

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Seeing as I bought my GC "only" for Resident Evil... no.

I did buy Bloodrayne and Eternal Darkness though (thinking they were both Survival Horror Games)

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I once walked past a Gamecube stand where you could play for free.. I shoveled away an army of kids, grabbed the controller and thought, "Ok, what the hell, let's give it a shot. It can't all be happy tomatoes and fluffy bunnies, right?!". The game I started was called Ribbit King (if I remember correctly) and it was kind of a golf game, but instead of balls you had frogs to whack. The game was so cutesy and colourful and happy it makes me sick just to think about it!!

Check it out: http://www.ribbitking.com/

I don't think I'll ever touch a Gamecube again..

Ps. Definition of irony: it turned out I had to review Ribbit King for the PS2 a few months later..

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is bloodrayne any good?

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Still, 2005 looks pretty damn dry for good CRPG.

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Still, 2005 looks pretty damn dry for good CRPG.

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i bet youve been saying that for the last couple of years. :D




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