See my review for Turbo: Super Stunt Squad.
There is an adage that there are no bad games, only bad experiences. A lot of fun times can be had with some definitively bad games. When I owned my very own PS2, I went to the electronics cabinet of the local game store bristling with birthday money. I had narrowed down to two choices: Devil May Cry…. and Eve of Extinction (E.O.E.)
You do not remember EoE? That is fine. Neither do I. I just know that I spent full retail on a forgettable action/brawler with frustrating quick time events, instead of quite possibly one of my favorite PS2 games of that year.
Starfox 2, go figure that it never got published in real life. The Switch made me glad that I never plunked down real money for this game as an individual. It is confusing, awkward and has no business being in any game lineup.
I have zero love for 99% of the Atari games. They are so rudimentary now that other than missile command or pong I can care less.
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