Oltobaz wrote:Hey guys, what's up, it's been a while! Sword of Sodan!
Same here! I said so in the other thread, but despite its poor reputation, I actually enjoyed that game quite a bit. It's basically a side-scrolling mech game masquerading as a gory medieval painting.
Another game on the Genesis that most people hate, but I like, is Astérix and the Great Rescue. People complain that Astérix's attack range is too short, but the manual even says you're supposed to let the enemies come to you. Play the game that way, and everything hums along fairly well. And it's got some great music.
Todd's Adventures in Slime World is another. Totally infuriating with spectacularly abrasive sound, but I found it utterly addictive until I finally beat it. One level is akin to a modern kaizo hack, or something like Battle Kid, in its unforgiving and memorization-dependent gameplay -- and while I usually can't stand that kind of thing, there it worked for me.
I also like Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero on the N64, which gets a lot of flack. I haven't beaten it yet so it's possible that the later levels get very ugly (I think I've read that they do), but up until everything up to the point where Very Easy and Easy cut off, I had fun.