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Generic mediocre FPS games from yester year

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- Thu, 19 Sep 2019 03:53:38 EST IcB310ea No.742892
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Give me some forgettable FPS titles that no one remembers, or any hilariously bad games from all genres. This feels kinda selfish making a thread all about recommending stuff to ME but I'm having a hard time googling titles like this

PS does anyone remember a Vietnam FPS for PC from like 15 years ago? You could walk around in downtown areas and go inside buildings but I don't think it was explicitly a vietnam war game, but it seemed to be set during that period. It's a foggy memory at this point but I want to replay it,
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Noel Vermillion - Thu, 19 Sep 2019 08:41:30 EST 8Sf9yNOL No.742903 Reply
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Kingpin: Life of Crime
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AC !QqL8nX9URE - Thu, 19 Sep 2019 09:02:20 EST hi2hFY86 No.742904 Reply
>>742903
I played the fuck out of Kingpin and Shadowman when they came out.
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Nathan Spencer - Thu, 19 Sep 2019 14:03:32 EST kQEdQ8UF No.742917 Reply
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>>742892
Let's see, there's Corridor 7, Carnivores Ice Age and Ken's Labirinth, except open source users likely would be remembering them quite a bit.

There's Super Noah's Ark, but then I think people would take note of it for being so weird and using a Wolf3d foundation.

There are Terracide and Terminator 2029, but I think those would be really stretching the definition of FPS.

There's also Terminator Rampage, but I'm not sure that qualifies as bad enough.

There's X-men: The Ravages of Apocalypse, but that required Quake to play it.

I dunno, I can't quite think of a proper enough example. Oh well.
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Kane - Thu, 19 Sep 2019 16:38:56 EST Qnc/8/qE No.742930 Reply
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>>742892

This fokkin hunka gahbidge. I remember getting this even back when Xbox Live was still a thing on the OG console and people were mostly laughing their asses off over mic at how terrible the game was. I remember playing with several random people and being shocked at how we all seemed to get the game around the same time and were obviously all on the same server because we must’ve simultaneously figured “ok this game sucks, but what’s the multiplayer like?” What’s funny is upon searching recently, all these years later, a video recently turned up reviewing it which I thought was really funny. Even now, it was so generic I literally had to type “original Xbox first person shooters” into Google and of course it was literally at the last section of the list because pretty much nobody remembers or cares.
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Little Mac - Thu, 19 Sep 2019 17:15:08 EST zVWb7L54 No.742934 Reply
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If you find any FPS game you've never heard of, chances are very good that it's mediocre at best. XS had bots but otherwise was not a very good game.

>PS does anyone remember a Vietnam FPS for PC from like 15 years ago?
There were a bunch of budget games set in Vietnam in the 2000s. Foliage was a relatively new development in game graphics.
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Kolyat Krios - Thu, 19 Sep 2019 17:29:01 EST 0nz5QyqW No.742936 Reply
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>>742892
This shit. There's supposed to be some kind of story but it was so obtuse that I never knew what was going on. The actual gameplay was really mediocre. I think you could upgrade your weapons over time or something like that. But besides that, an infuriating jumping part, and blowing up a watch tower, I remember literally nothing else.
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Noel Vermillion - Thu, 19 Sep 2019 18:22:01 EST 8Sf9yNOL No.742939 Reply
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>>742930

>Xbox live original
>everyone laughing into their mic at how terrible the game was

This post made me smile. I kinda miss the OG Xbox days. Anyway, here’s a shitty zombie FPS called Land of The Dead: Road to Fiddlers Green. It was wholly forgettable but I remember playing the demo a lot when I was working a summer job in Sand Hill. We worked a little snack shop, but half of the day it was totally dead so we’d just take turns playing games on a computer they had in the back. Good times.
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Pitfall Harry - Thu, 19 Sep 2019 19:14:40 EST IcB310ea No.742945 Reply
>>742917
>>742936
>>742939
These are all perfect, thank you. I will check them out tonight.

>>742930
amazin'

>>742934
a DOS shooter with fmv cutscenes and generic combat? Jackpot

>>742940

Nope that wasn't it, but thank you for the suggestion bud. I remember being able to casually walk into a restaurant and people were eating. But if you walked in a door in the back there were VC guys who would start shooting at you. I don't think you were even a soldier?
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Spyro the Dragon - Fri, 20 Sep 2019 11:48:09 EST Qnc/8/qE No.742978 Reply
>>742936

Yooooo this game. I remember getting the PC multiplayer beta when it first came out and thinking of how much potential it had but how it just kinda chose to go the extreme generic route. What’s funny is the most memorable thing about the game for me was this trailer and how it gave me warm fuzzies since I felt like it was going to be something it totally ended up not being at all, still has the same effect all those years later even: https://youtu.be/bVSxqfkelZ8
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Mario - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 00:04:29 EST lSh8AEO4 No.743125 Reply
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To this day I haven't met anyone else who played this game...

>Cybermage: Darklight Awakening
It was like a mix of Shadowrun and Judge Dredd.

Here's a review for it. https://youtu.be/nHWaqZY19bk
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Candy Kong - Tue, 24 Sep 2019 00:16:19 EST SSYLoEdB No.743167 Reply
I was playing Killzone again the other day. Solid shooter for the PS2, it was kind of their answer to Halo 2 at the time.

If you want super old you can't go wrong with Face Ball 2000, the SNES version is pretty good but there is a gameboy version that is shit to play but a really cool tech demo if you ever wanted to see an FPS on the original gray brick.
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Alec Mason - Tue, 24 Sep 2019 02:33:43 EST xH6Y6msb No.743170 Reply
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>>743167

Killzone had that dope mode where you and a buddy could throw on multiplayer and enable bots. That was a good one to play when stoned just for that, campaign was pretty cool too.


>Orcs and Elves or DOOM RPG on flip phone

Used to play them before smart phones, lots of those old free mobile games were on gameloft at the time. Still play an old discontinued APK of a game once known as Mobile Battles: Reign of Swords which was a favorite timekiller of mine.

Will post link for APK if anyone wants to try the discontinued game, no longer supports multiplayer but still has conquest mode. Sadly I'm not sure where to get Orcs & Elves besides Nintendo DS or where Doom RPG is these days, maybe I'm just not looking hard enough?
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Richard Aiken - Tue, 24 Sep 2019 07:57:13 EST zRMIfnL5 No.743181 Reply
>>743174
The original Shellshock is a third person shooter, as shown in the screenshot. OP is looking for a FPS Vietnam game; Shellshock 2 was a FPS but it had zombies in it as the main enemy.

The only other Vietnam FPS I know of are 'NAM (which is good,) Tunnel Rats which was based off of the Uwe Boll movie, and Vietcong.
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Shodan - Thu, 26 Sep 2019 09:09:59 EST xvprwGWl No.743241 Reply
>>742892
>PS does anyone remember a Vietnam FPS for PC from like 15 years ago?
Was it Boiling Point: Road to Hell? It was interesting but super buggy.
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Donkey Kong Jr. - Thu, 26 Sep 2019 13:11:45 EST /ux142rB No.743254 Reply
>>743241
I played that game a lot, indeed pretty interesting and buggy. Kind of a FPS/RPG hybrid with different factions you could work for or piss off.
Nothing to do with Vietnam though, it takes place in some generic fictional south American country.

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