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I loved G-police I had it for the PC. It came free with are first proper PC was great fun.
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I don't whether this went under the net, but I really love EndWar. I love strategy, but kept getting mullered because they had too many functions. It's not been as well received as other Clancy games, but it's great for people who love strategy but can't remember every single tech tree.


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Ill have to go with some of the first posts like Future cop LAPD, hogs of war and populous.
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How could I forget Hogs of War? That got me into strategy, and put a cheery, funny face on a subject that's often very grim and complicated.


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Go Harvest Moon! Remember playing the original SNES one on an emulator a ways back. Never thought I'd spend so much time playing a farming game...

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Hey, G-police, I remember that. It was kinda nice, yea.

My favourite game of all times would be Planescape: Torment. It was by far the best RPG I ever played (better then even BG2), but it didn't get enough praise imo. The best underrated game I played recently was Clive Barkers: Jericho. Played though that one 3 times... still love it.^^

Best not so popular console games would be the Xenosaga series (1 and 3 in particual) followed by the Suikoden series (especially 1 and 5).

Always been a sucker for unnoticed games.^^

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dues ex, old pc/ps2 game was epic great for strategy shooter. pc version was a lot better, the sequal was also really good

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I liked kind of any of the rare games (the developpers that made the original Donkey kong country)

But I don't see any anymore.

And I'm still waiting for the next platform DK game that is NOT playing unsing a bongo. Never had the chance to play with my favorite gorilla since DK 64 for want of a good game.

I liked Banjo Tooie too (Banjo kazooie II).

I was also a big fan of Super mario RPG: the legend of the seven stars.
Does Mario and Luigi Superstar Saga qualifies as unnoticed ?

Also, Jetforce Gemini was, perhaps, one of the only shooters I liked.

On a more recent note, I Think The godfather : Blackhand edition on the Wii is awesome beyond words.
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Adventures of LoLo 1, 2 & 3 (Nes) - looks like a kids game. gets incredibly hard. melts your brain.

Busby in Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind (snes) - acrobatitic cat, aliens, balls of wool. fantastic nonesense!

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From the old ps1 HOGS OF WAR voiced by Ric mayall this game had me in stitches and was great on multiplayer with a few beers.
Hogs of war was an A-mazing game had me in stiches as well...loved it...

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