11-01-2012 06:03 AM
What are your favorite games in these franchises.
God of War
Ratchet and Clank
Metal Gear Solid
Devil May Cry
Little Big Planet
Jak and Daxter
God Of War 3 (Most Epic Battles Ever!!!!)
Resistance 2 (Liked Nathan Hale)
Infamous 2 (couldnt get into the first (may replay))
Havent played Ratchet and Clank
Tekken 3 (the one which i hold the most memories of)
Ape escape 1 (cant remember playing any other games)
Killzone 2 (the only one i played properly but loved the beta for 3)
Metal Gear solid 3 (the one that ive played the most times)
Crash bandicoot warped (the one i have played the most)
Spyro Year of the Dragon (the onnly one i can remember)
Final Fantasy VII ( my favourite game of all time)
Gran Turismo 5 (was never really a fan)
DMC 3 (only one i played)
Twisted Metal Black (only one i played)
Little Big Planet 2 (FFVII costumes FTW!!!!)
Havent played any uncharted games)
Medievil (only played the first)
Havent played sly cooper (although i can easily download for free (so ill try it out))
Bioshock 2 (being a Big Daddy rules)
Jak & Daxter 3 (i loved having unlimited light and dark jak)
PSN game - The Walking Dead (Man this game is awesome)
11-01-2012 11:42 AM
4 way tie between
Jak and Daxter
Ratchet and Clank
As you can see, ND got their Uncharted 3 design from Jak 3. Jak would kick Nathan Drakes **bleep**!
I'm not seeing it. I see two guys wearing (very different) scarves due to the fact they're both very likely in the desert, and holding guns that look nothing like one another. There are more differences than similarities. Drake's not wearing Precursor armour, for instance.
Uncharted has referenced Jak a few times, but this isn't one of those references.
Im sorry but that was stupid of you to say. Of course Nate wont be wearing Precursor armor or the same scarf as Jak, WTH! This is one of the main refences. Their both in the desert holding their guns pointing down.
11-01-2012 07:50 PM
My favorites would include the following:
God of War (2005): The first has it all. The game introduces players to Kratos on his very first blood-soaked story for revenge.
Resistance 2 (2008): Although I was more a fan of the first game's multiplayer sessions, it was in the second's storyline that I felt a greater appreciation for its characters.
Infamous 2 (2011): The second game doesn't do anything to astound gamers, though its improvement in storytelling and visuals are better off.
Ratchet and Clank Future: Tools of Destruction (2007): It took awhile but the series found its footing with the first installment on PlayStation 3.
Tekken 2 (1996): Amazing cinematics, characters and combat really did a number way back in the day.
Ape Escape 2 (2003): Had a really fun time with this one, even though it wasn't technically under Sony's-publishing label.
Killzone 2 (2009): The second Killzone amazed lots of gamers, including myself.
Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (2001): While many were disappointed with the second Metal Gear Solid, I found it to be the bestest one ever made.
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back (1997): Leading off from the first game's fascination, the sequel amplified the greatness.
Spyro: Year of the Dragon (2000): This one definitely seems to have filed down what the franchise needs.
Final Fantasy VIII (1999): Wowee-wow, how can anything else be considered?
Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec (2001): While not my first time with Gran Turismo, this was the first time I was blown away by the series.
Devil May Cry (2001): Leaking tears for awesome games may not happen too often, though it didn't actually happen for this one either.
Twisted Metal 2 (1996): Twisted Metal hasn't been quite as stellar since.
LittleBigPlanet (2008): There are technically only two unless you include the Vita version or the racer. The first one I suppose is the funner time, however.
Uncharted: Drake's Fortune (2007): With online in tow, no Uncharted experience has been able to stand as tall.
MediEvil (1998): It's been a long time since this game has first been cracking some skulls.
Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves (2005): Though I do prefer the first one's more linear level formula, the third one ultimately offers some improvements in story as well as wrapping things up.
BioShock (2008): Technically the PlayStation 3 version launched a year after the 360 edition, and that's when I got my hands on the game.
Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy (2001): I definitely preferred the first one to the rest, which was much less inspired by Grand Theft Auto and acted more like a platformer.