jdanddiet wrote:I think we need to focus more on bad games. I like reading about bad games. Does anyone else?
Darran@Retro Gamer wrote:It wasn't easy writing 10 pages on the C64, but I managed to keep the bile down.
Smurph wrote:And Auf Wiedersehen Monty was the best Monty game. No, it bloody was. No, you shut up.
Smurph wrote:Now, explain to me one thing - How in the name of all that is holy did Mayhem in Monsterland not even get in the top 25, never mind not winning it! People are idiots, sorry. There are brilliant games on the C64 (my 9 year old self is spitting at me) and many were mentioned in the article, but there's a fair load of overrated, dated tosh in there too.
CraigGrannell wrote:Smurph wrote:And Auf Wiedersehen Monty was the best Monty game. No, it bloody was. No, you shut up.
Having played through significant portions of each game to take a ton of screen grabs for the Monty Mole piece, I can very much say: no, it wasn't. It really, really wasn't.
CraigGrannell wrote:I don't think that game would make my top-25 on the C64 anyway, despite playing it plenty. The later levels are quite badly designed and very unfair. Technically, it's a marvel, but some of the gameplay design leaves a lot to be desired (unlike, say, Turrican 2, which is generally a lot better).
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