mine is Ratchet & Clank --- PSN: Upyers My top 5 fave FFs: 7, 5, 9, 2, and 4 Reverb: reverbnation.com/kingblink
#2wstfldPosted 2/16/2013 6:18:22 PM
R&C. Like 6 or 7 great games. --- Last Played: DmC (8.5/10) Now Playing: XCOM Enemy Unknown, Civ 5, DmC, SOTC HD, StarCraft 2
#3zinformantPosted 2/16/2013 6:19:07 PM
Why the contest? It's not 2004 anymore...I voted R&C but love all three series. --- Go to Gamestop, buy a Steam card, and use it to purchase Ys Origin. You won't be disappointed. For more info: http://www.worldofys.com/yso/
#4kupo1705Posted 2/16/2013 6:20:05 PM
#5Terrene07Posted 2/16/2013 6:22:07 PM
Jak & Daxter.
#6Fat_Dog_MendozaPosted 2/16/2013 6:22:49 PM
From: zinformant | #003
Why the contest? It's not 2004 anymore...
Don't make me sad.
From: zinformant | #003
I voted R&C but love all three series.
Same here. R&C > Sly > Jak. --- *wipes brown*
#7QuaguamanPosted 2/16/2013 6:23:07 PM
sly all the way --- Fluttershy is best pony
#8nozomi429Posted 2/16/2013 6:23:35 PM
Spyro on PS1 only. --- Spiders. Spinnen.
#9RayconPosted 2/16/2013 6:25:08 PM
Just started the Ratchet Collection and almost fully through with the first one. So far, I have to give the edge to Jak. Ratchet has gorgeous environments, and maybe it's just this first installment, but the gunplay is more frustrating than fun. Without a reliable lock on system (and enemies frequently not being on the same plane as you), it's a pain trying to use the better weapons without wasting ammo.
Jak's a mixed boat though. You have the beautiful yet simple Jak1, the wildly inconsistent difficulty of 2 (matched by a dramatic change in the story's tone), and a very well-rounded Jak 3. All in all, I found them immensely enjoyable and couldn't wait to start the next one.
The only Sly I had fun playing was Sly 1. Everything after that was mini-game tedium and quickly turned into a chore. I have never been happy to be done with a game as Sly 2 and 3. That said, Sly 1 was a lot of fun. Probably because it resembles those old-school platformers I love so much. --- What happened to survival horror? Ironically, it did not survive - TheCyborgNinja
#10RioichiCooperPosted 2/16/2013 6:33:52 PM
The biggest problem with R&C is the fake difficulty. In Sly and Jak, you fail because you screwed up. In R&C, you didn't have a big enough gun. I still love all three series though. --- If your accuracy is over 10%, you're trying too hard.