segunda-feira, 1 de dezembro de 2008

PS2 Hidden Gems

Sorry for the lack of updates recently, but I've been really busy with college stuff, with tests and presentations and all that stuff, not to mention, of course, my book (459 pages as I write this!), so it's hard to update this blog.


Anyway, check out this article over at Racketboy if you haven't already. It's probably the biggest article in the Hidden Gems series so far and I was really surprised to see so many games I've never even heard of before. I have no problem admitting that my ego, as a...hu-hum..."videogame expert", suffered a little with this. But still, what surprised me the most was the fact that the almighty Racketboy asked this humble servant to contribute with a couple of descriptions to the article! Fuck yeah! I hope you like the descriptions of Drakan and The Mark of Kri, those were the ones I wrote :)

See ya!

5 comentários:

DEITRIX disse...

Most of those I didn't even know about.
They all look pretty good too. That list would last me a very long while- wish I had it back in my PS2 days!

FUNNYMAN disse...

I thought hidden gems were games that nobody knew about. I always knew about Ico, Indigo Prophecy, Psychonauts, Psi-Ops (I am hoping for a sequel to this one), Killer 7, Kill.switch (set the foundation for the Gears of War cover system), Deus Ex, Darkwatch, Space Channel 5, Shadow Hearts, Summoner 2, and Summoner.

DEITRIX disse...

Yeah, I knew some, but not all of them... Played even less.. :/

gnome disse...

Great piece indeed... Reminds me I really should get the Gamecube version of Killer 7.

fatherkrishna disse...

Impresive list and even more impressive that you were asked by the mighty Racket to contribute...

Of all mentioned, I think it's Killer 7 that has me most intrigued...