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Does Anyone Play Underground Games?

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Why hasn't anyone mentiones Extreme PaintBrawl? :D

Ah yes. Who can forget such a classic game? I thought it was better than Half-Life.

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Cool Spot! That's the name of the 7-Up game!

Anyway, I know a game most of you haven't played. "DJ Boy" on the Genesis. This game seems like a VERY SKETCHY version of JGR. It only came out in Japan. I dare anyone to beat this game without save states. If you say you have, I will call you a liar! :blink:

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Sonic Chaotix was the game were the Choaotix team from Sonic Heroes came from. I believe it was for the 32X. Pretty good, but not as good as Sonic 3 (which isn't even comparable to this).

Actually, the game was called Knuckles Chaotix, and Sonic wasn't even a character, although there are 5 or 6 of them!

It's a pretty cool game, you always have two characters joined by a magic pair of rings, and you can use the other character to speed up, kill enemies etc..etc...

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nerf arena blast on pc

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My Favorite Unknown Games are:-

Dreamcast
Jet Grind Radio
Rez

Playstation 2
Ico
Gungrave
VF4

Genesis
Shinobi 3
Alex Kidd
Maximum Carnage
Brian Lara Cricket/Shane Warne Cricket
Australian Rugby League

SNES
Super International Cricket
R-Type 3
Super Punchout

XBOX
Jet Set Radio Future
Shenmue II
Panzer Dragoon Orta

Edited by ForceX, 13 February 2004 - 08:34 AM.


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True Dat, ForceX.

Another Underground game: Cool Cool Toon. Came out only in Japan for the DC. It was made by SNK. If you dig rhythm based games, then you are sure to dig this one. If you want it, I have it. :lol:

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Fighting Vipers 2 is pretty awesome. To bad no one knows about it.

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I lord, I hated Fighting Vipers 2. That game's programming was a total mess. It had a ton of glitches in it. I couldn't tell you all of them off hand since it's been such a long time ago, but I remember some of the stage finishers were broken.

One thing I just wanted to add is that Sparkstar on SNES owned Rocket Knight Adventure for Genesis. When I had that game I used to play it like CRAZY! I must of beaten it like twenty times. The good old days of gaming when you actually had the patience to beat the game more then once.

Does Gundam Wing:Endless Duel for SNES count as an underground game? That's one my most favorite fighting games ever.

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heck yeah i play underground games, every day in fact!




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