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Lack of skill in games


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There are too many games today that require little or no skill. Most likely due to the fact that some folk don't like being frusterated. However, I beat Act Raiser. I beat Castlevania II, I have played all those imensely challenging games in the days of NES, SNES and SEGA. Even though I am only 16, I can still see the grandier of old games; built to be challenging.. A game with replay value, a game in which you were proud to beat.

Sure there are the ocassional RTS games that make the occasional frusteration, but with the rush of generic RPGs, (that are more so based on graphics and storyline than gameplay) it seems to just wash away. Anyone can beat Final Fantasy or the like, but can you name me a group whom triumphed over Ghosts n' goblins?

Anyways, it all ended at Sega Dreamcast.
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I completly agree with you on all your points I myself have a crappy computer so i cant play all the new rpg with nice graphics and crappy storylines, But i do play a very interesting 2D game small community called Midvale its about player killer mostly, www.midvakepk.com check it out if you happen to download it my name is Twisted.
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Good show, I'll check it out in about a day.

I completly agree with you on all your points I myself have a crappy computer so i cant play all the new rpg with nice graphics and crappy storylines, But i do play a very interesting 2D game small community called Midvale its about player killer mostly, www.midvakepk.com check it out if you happen to download it my name is Twisted.


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Hey, i like idea of playing a game that takes a lot of skill and all that i was just wondering could you recommend any - doesn't matter how old the game is it'll give me something to do in my spare time. Thanks
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yea those game were good back in the day but many people have autofeatures that they gotten used too..

I miss those hard games, but eh... you wont ever get that again....

Edited by Salku69, 09 July 2007 - 04:44 AM.

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