08-21-2010 09:09 PM
One day I bought a $20 Playstation Network card hoping that as soon as I would get home I would get some great Playstation 1 classics that I still enjoy playing (because most of my Playstation 1 discs are already scratched), and I remembered the fun times I had playing Yu-Gi-Oh: Forbidden Memories. So I decided that that would be the first game I would search for and purchase. I searched through the whole list of games that are available for download in the Playstation Store and I could not find that game. I would like to see this game added in the PS Classics section because I miss playing this game and I know a whole bunch of my friends that would really like to play this game again as well.
Anybody that supports this will be added to my supports list (Below). All you have to say is that you support or you don't and if you don't give a reason why.
1. JOHNYOWNS (Me of course)
2. GrimReaper4383 (1st supporter besides me!)
(I'll add more numbers as soon as I get more than 10 supporters!)
01-22-2009 10:17 AM
01-22-2009 11:07 AM
01-22-2009 11:23 AM
Some of the kid games are the most difficult games. Anyone remember the classic Mickey Mouse games? Those games were wonderful because they were challenging. There are many kid games that I could name that were like this. Yu-Gi-Oh: FM was a challenge all the way through. I also did not finish the game. I think I gave up when the computer put out this card on me:
Pretty sure I was near the end of the game. Anyone remember? *Good memories* This was a sick game though.
01-22-2009 02:18 PM
01-22-2009 02:38 PM
01-22-2009 03:26 PM
I don't know... I mean I'm 23 and several years ago I was really into it but had to get away from it due to lack of people to play with. However when it comes to this type of game you'd be severely limiting the number of cards to use. I'm sure by now most people have whole new generation decks and it would almost be dismissive to go back to a weaker set. I suppose you could redo it with all the newer stuff but then it wouldn't be the same game people remember.
If they were to eventually put a Yu-Gi-Oh game up on PSN or something it'd be best to start fresh and keep adding to it when new boosters come out and such, almost like they did with Eye of Judgment