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Re: Your most crushing disappointments in gaming?
« Reply #60 on: May 28, 2014, 19:10:17 PM »
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Ghostbusters.

Awesome movie, but massively disappointing game (and that's being kind compared to how I really want to describe it).

So many aspects of the game, which don't bare any reality to the actual movie. Awful game.

Really? I have always loved Ghostbusters.

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Re: Your most crushing disappointments in gaming?
« Reply #61 on: May 28, 2014, 21:56:36 PM »
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Ghostbusters.

Awesome movie, but massively disappointing game (and that's being kind compared to how I really want to describe it).

So many aspects of the game, which don't bare any reality to the actual movie. Awful game.

Really? I have always loved Ghostbusters.

Well, what version are you referring to steven?

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Re: Your most crushing disappointments in gaming?
« Reply #62 on: July 27, 2014, 17:48:20 PM »
Headhunter redemption & Sega quitting as a console manufacturer  :-[
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Re: Your most crushing disappointments in gaming?
« Reply #63 on: July 27, 2014, 17:54:48 PM »
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Headhunter redemption & Sega quitting as a console manufacturer  :-[

You have to wonder where Sega would be today had they kept on making consoles. 

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Re: Your most crushing disappointments in gaming?
« Reply #64 on: July 27, 2014, 18:25:46 PM »
Yeah...the thing is, I don't know whether they'd exceed expectations or not, like could they better what Microsoft and Sony are offering? etc.

But I do agree, it would be lovely to have them back as a manufacturer, I find that all their "remakes" or classics collections are just rubbish on new platforms...no matter what they do it's just not the same as the originals.

I wrote some time ago on my blog whether "Sega could/should make a comeback", take a look if you get time and see what you think  8)
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Re: Your most crushing disappointments in gaming?
« Reply #65 on: July 27, 2014, 18:29:26 PM »
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Yeah...the thing is, I don't know whether they'd exceed expectations or not, like could they better what Microsoft and Sony are offering? etc.

But I do agree, it would be lovely to have them back as a manufacturer, I find that all their "remakes" or classics collections are just rubbish on new platforms...no matter what they do it's just not the same as the originals.

Yes, it is difficult to know.  Had they stayed in the race, they'd likely have something similar to what those two offer. 

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I wrote some time ago on my blog whether "Sega could/should make a comeback", take a look if you get time and see what you think  :)

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