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  1. Just like when Alien Ressurection for the PS1 caught flak for incorporating the whole "left analog stick to move, right stick for camera" thing that literally almost EVERY GAME uses to this day.
  2. One of my favorite games on the original PlayStation was Future Cop L.A.P.D. For those not in the know, it was a top-down shooter from Electronic Arts (when they weren't trying to rob you), in which you control a police mech/hovercraft cleaning up the streets of Los Angeles by slaughtering everything and everyone (save for any hostages you find) with guns you unlock through the game. The game allowed you to play through the campaign alone or with a second player through splitscreen. There was even a sort of base-capturing game mode, if I remember correctly. With the popularity of mech shooters as it is (what with MechWarrior Online and War Robots), a game like this would be perfect! I can see an over-the-shoulder third-person shooter (like Transformers: War for Cybertron, what with your ability to change forms). If EA can pull their thumbs out of their theoretical rear ends and stop charging us for breathing, I think it'd be a great game! Or give the title to someone who'll do the game more justice. Other games I'd like to see make a comeback: Golden Sun, Star Wars: Republic Commando, and Black.
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    worst video games ever!

    I don't think I've ever played a truly BAD game (perhaps because I'm just easy to impress with that sort of thing), but the Medal of Honor reboot on XBox 360 was rather dull. Okay, Tony Hawk Ride is a complete joke. That, I'll admit.