The second one sounds like it could be in the Pacific Theater of Operations (PTO) series, which had SNES and Genesis entries, and a sequel on, I believe, the Saturn.
Yeah, I realized it was PTO earlier, forgot to update my post, but the extra confirmation makes me glad I'm not hallucinating my father playing all these wild war games that may or may not have existed.
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Your video sold me with the game, pictures at Moby Games did the rest until I looked into the usual hub. I hope someone does an article. Make that another game I won't have known about without this site. Did you feel it holds up to the last time you had it? The Last Express came after.
I've been racking my brain lately trying to think of a game I saw a year or two ago, so I figured I'd ask here in hopes that someone can help me out. I ran across the game on YouTube; it was just a video of someone playing the game (no commentary or anything).
Anyway, it's a PSP game and what I assume to be a Japan only title. It is similar in appearance and gameplay to Nightmare of Druaga on the PS2. From the looks of it, it was a standard 3D dungeon crawler with an almost top down view. The camera could be rotated, though.
It seemed to have the same movement style that Nightmare of Druaga has as well, where the dungeon is essentially a grid and you and the enemies move in "turns". I can't recall too much from the gameplay that I saw to really make it stand out other than that. All of the menus were in Japanese, so I can't say I remember any item names that might help either. I do remember the player was going through a floor collection various keys from chests to get past a few lock doors. He eventually hit a spot where the floor gave out from under the character and fell down a level.
Hopefully this is enough for someone to come up with something. Thank you in advance.
A very long time ago (1992-1996?) I played a game on someone's really wierd, possibly foriegn computer. The game looked kind of like Soul Blazer, except it was a lot darker and gorier. You had to collect parts of a golden skeleton to get something to "go off", though I never knew what happened when the skeleton was assembled. Any idea of what this is? If so, what happened when you assembled the golden skeleton?
Trying to remember the name of an old fishing game I used to play on PC. May be DOS, may not be. Don't remember much details considering it was a pretty standard fishing game. Had sonar features on the boat to monitor the amount of fish below. The only detail I do recall was the casting screen was an overhead, white boat, and the water usually looked muddy or brownish/gray and whilst casting you could actually see the shadow of the fish despite their depth. Had full on lakes you could traverse, I'm thinking the game was between the era of '91-'96.