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Nerds Without Pants Special: The List Part 2

Damn, we barely made it to D.

Welcome to part two of this dumb PlayStation list…thing that we did! This is only the second hour, so we’re still pretty fresh, but rest assured, we slowly descend into exhaustion and madness as the night wears on.

Oh, now that the cat is out of the bag for this special, you can play along with the list that we used:

https://www.listchallenges.com/all-north-american-release-playstation-games

 

FEATURED MUSIC:

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night- Prologue

Chrono Cross- Time’s Scar


 

Comments

Super Step Contributing Writer

08/06/2020 at 02:14 AM

Bloody Roar was fun on PlayStation and Bloody Roar: Primal Fury for Gamecube is the best fighter on that system if you don't count Super Smash Bros. Melee. 

Bust-A-Groove is amazing. 

RPGs have special items for gambling though ... 

SanAndreas

08/09/2020 at 08:07 PM

The Breath of Fire games were two of the PS1's unsung gems. 3 looked and sounded very Capcom, and two of the early villains were some of the best RPG villains I've seen. 

Chrono Cross came out at around the same time as an Enix RPG, Valkyrie Profile. I had limited funds, and I actually picked Valkyrie Profile over Chrono Cross. When I did play Chrono Cross some time later, I found that I had made the right choice. 

Julian Titus Senior Editor

08/10/2020 at 06:29 PM

Yeah, I would agree. I keep meaning to play the PSP version that I bought ages ago.

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