What are the best PS1 games?
― Jeff LeVine, Monday, 10 December 2007 21:00 (twelve years ago) link
Final Fantasy Tactics, Bushido Blade, Dragon Quest VII, Final Fantasy VII, Xenogears
― El Tomboto, Monday, 10 December 2007 21:14 (twelve years ago) link
― El Tomboto, Monday, 10 December 2007 21:15 (twelve years ago) link
PROBOARDER (the snowboarding game)
the tony hawks
― sunny successor, Monday, 10 December 2007 21:18 (twelve years ago) link
Vagrant Story & Castlevania: SoTN
― El Tomboto, Monday, 10 December 2007 21:32 (twelve years ago) link
I'm just kind of listing the hits, though.
you know, i thought Colony Wars was pretty cool, even though it was frustrating and i didn't get very far.
― Jordan, Monday, 10 December 2007 21:35 (twelve years ago) link
oh and Metal Gear Solid for sure!
― Jordan, Monday, 10 December 2007 21:38 (twelve years ago) link
parappa & um jammer lammy
― zappi, Monday, 10 December 2007 21:44 (twelve years ago) link
Is there a difference between the greatest hits and original release versions of Metal Gear Solid?
Some of these games are pretty damn expensive!
Is it weird that most of the original playstation Final Fantasy games seem to still be in print (but not seven)?
Is Dragon Quest VII called Dragon Warrior VII (anyway that's what comes up when I search amazon)?
Is the first tony hawk game the best one? or which???
― Jeff LeVine, Monday, 10 December 2007 21:53 (twelve years ago) link
The first one with manuals.. III?
Also Hogs of War, a 3-d Worms/Scorched Earth type game... Will that one be a little dated now, I wonder?
Ape Escape otm
― antexit, Monday, 10 December 2007 22:06 (twelve years ago) link
― Will M., Monday, 10 December 2007 22:28 (twelve years ago) link
FFVI / Chrono Trigger
Front Mission 3
Metal Gear Solid
― kingfish, Tuesday, 11 December 2007 04:32 (twelve years ago) link
Tony Hawk 2 introduced manuals, so that one. Though you could always just play the Dreamcast version... or, well, honestly... any other Tony Hawk that's come out since then. A lot of these examples kind of have superior sequels on systems that came out later... My opinion on PS1/N64 games is colored because I totally skipped them when they were out, and emulated them years later.
FF6/CT, you're better off emulating the originals if you can. BUT I definitely agree with:
FF Tactics (still somewhat unmatched in this genre for sheer bombast)
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (still the most superior CV game, though the handheld sequels were good too)
Metal Gear Solid (you must start here before getting into the rest of the series)
Parappa the Rapper (sheer gold it is)
Bushido Blade 1 and 2 (cool game mechanics rarely explored in other fighting games)
― Nhex, Tuesday, 11 December 2007 05:53 (twelve years ago) link
The first Silent Hill
And any Resident Evil game
oh and Metal Gear Solid for sure!
- Yes yes yes!
― Ste, Tuesday, 11 December 2007 10:10 (twelve years ago) link
i wouldn't call gran turismo or GT2 essential because their PS2 and PS3 sequels are basically the same game just with better graphics, so you're not missing anything by not playing them
― Tracer Hand, Tuesday, 11 December 2007 12:14 (twelve years ago) link
i know nothing about RPGs but i will second:
* umjammer lammy
* metal gear solid
* bushido blade
* tekken 2
and correct two serious oversights:
* TIME CRISIS
― Tracer Hand, Tuesday, 11 December 2007 12:17 (twelve years ago) link
and and uh
* tomb raider
― Tracer Hand, Tuesday, 11 December 2007 12:23 (twelve years ago) link
god time crisis was so awesome.. it played identically to the arcade version except that it contained an entirely new level, in a casino, that put the others to shame
does anybody know if those PS1 gun peripherals work on a PS2? do they work with LCD TVs?
― Tracer Hand, Tuesday, 11 December 2007 12:24 (twelve years ago) link
Shit. Every game in this thread is better than most of my top ten games since. I really under-appreciated the Playstation.
― melton mowbray, Tuesday, 11 December 2007 15:29 (twelve years ago) link
At the time, I loved the games but I always though it was the redheaded stepchild generation, because polygons were still fugly and ps2 was the first system to look sexy. but a lot of games really did stand up to the test of time.
― Will M., Tuesday, 11 December 2007 15:33 (twelve years ago) link
The PSP version of FF Tactics has a competent translation.
Soul Reaver -- a 3D version of Link to the Past, really.
FF8 (but play 6 or 7 first).
― abanana, Tuesday, 11 December 2007 19:12 (twelve years ago) link
ok Tracer i'll agree with the GT thing.
But I'd say the best Colin McRae was the first one on pS1, the sequels seemed to lose something rather crucial.
― Ste, Wednesday, 12 December 2007 10:10 (twelve years ago) link
― darraghmac, Wednesday, 12 December 2007 15:06 (twelve years ago) link
I want them to make this the FF Tactics blurb:
"A competent PSP translation" - abanana
― Abbott, Wednesday, 12 December 2007 17:03 (twelve years ago) link
well, I heard the best ps1 multiplayer game is Poy Poy but I never played it.
I did get a kick out of Buster Brothers Collection for multiplayer action but thats only if you like old school stuff like Pac Man.
Finally, every fighting game from capcom or snk.
― CaptainLorax, Wednesday, 12 December 2007 19:23 (twelve years ago) link
I found a pretty useful site with covers (and screenshots) for 1,218 ps1 games...
― Jeff LeVine, Wednesday, 12 December 2007 21:54 (twelve years ago) link
― webber, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 02:24 (twelve years ago) link
Abe's Oddyssey too.
― abanana, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 02:48 (twelve years ago) link
Webber - I wanted to get Kurushi/Intelligent Qube - I vaugely remember playing it way back when - but the cheapest one (on Amazon, at least) was going for $84.99 + $3.99shipping - YIPES.
― Jeff LeVine, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 03:50 (twelve years ago) link
You know what's another great PS1 game is Devil Dice. Does anyone remember that game? Did it come out on any other system?
― antexit, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 03:55 (twelve years ago) link
there is a psp version out in japan, with wifi support
― webber, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 04:30 (twelve years ago) link
but yeah devil dice ruled
I got to try out Power Shovel over weekend! It's definitely not essential, but it may just be the most absurd game I've ever played... Unfortunately I can't find a youtube video of it in action...
― Jeff LeVine, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 04:47 (twelve years ago) link
WipEout 2097 (called something else in some regions) >>>>>>>> WipEout
Spyro 1 is inconsequential and pointless but SO MUCH FUN. FFVII is cool too. There's a groundbreaking thing called Rascal which is shit, don't buy it.
― Autumn Almanac, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 06:03 (twelve years ago) link
driver was the shit - seeing cop cars fly over you and smash into each other as you slammed on the brakes, reversed, and sneaked into an alley; being able to REWIND that scene and play it back from any angle = so so awesome!
― Tracer Hand, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 10:32 (twelve years ago) link
and yeah cosign re: wipeout 2097, that was the definitive version in my mind (the one with "firestarter")
― Tracer Hand, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 10:33 (twelve years ago) link
Shame the final level was ridiculously hard.
― onimo, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 11:34 (twelve years ago) link
I think I preferred the original Wipeout, but only because I was better at it.
― onimo, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 11:35 (twelve years ago) link
Driver 1 was stupidly great frantic raw fun, fuck the plot, bugs and crap menu system.
Second Abe's Oddyssey as well, such fond memories. Especially the speed running levels, fucking frustrating to suss out after millions of attempts but everso satisfying when completed.
I might even venture Tomb Raider 1 ?
― Ste, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 11:40 (twelve years ago) link
I still rate it as the best TR game.
Abe games thirded - Exoddus was really more of the same but no less rewarding. The emotional Mudokens were a nice addition. Also: exploding farts!
― onimo, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 17:52 (twelve years ago) link
I don't know if anybody on here cares (I don't even care, because I don't see when I would ever bother to do this, but it is kind of interesting) - the latest ps3 firmware update (out today) allows you to play every single ps1 game you own over wifi remote play on your psp.
So basically you put the ps1 disc in your ps3, travel wherever you want in the world where there is wifi, log onto your ps3 via psp remote play and play the game.
Also, I just ordered a copy of Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee. Watched a clip on youtube and the graphics (color palette?) reminded me a little of Bioshock. I don't think I ever played it before, but I do remember it a little...
― Jeff LeVine, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 18:37 (twelve years ago) link
oh tomb raider is easily the best game ever released for ps1, and probably still the greatest console game ever
― Tracer Hand, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 20:09 (twelve years ago) link
it was one of those games that people who had never even played videogames before bought a PS1 just so they could play it - there was awhile there in 1996 and 1997 when it seemed like everyone was playing it, asking each other where they had gotten up to
― Tracer Hand, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 20:10 (twelve years ago) link
I never finished it :(
― Jeff LeVine, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 20:20 (twelve years ago) link
-- Tracer Hand, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 21:33 (Yesterday) Bookmark Link
Apropos of sod-all, I played the entire 2097 soundtrack at the gym this morning. It chucks you straight into The Zone for burst cardio.
― Autumn Almanac, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 21:26 (twelve years ago) link
that is seriously the nerdiest thing i've ever heard.
― antexit, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 23:04 (twelve years ago) link
But but but but but but it's all Chemical Brothers and Cold Storage and Prodigy and FSOL etc. It's just an omgawesome compilation, really.
PS1 games came with music as CD audio (track 2 onward), so you could stick the discs in any old CD player and they'd play normally.
― Autumn Almanac, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 23:08 (twelve years ago) link
The list so far then...
Bushido Blade 1 & 2
Buster Brothers Collection
Dragon Quest VI
Final Fantasy VI
Final Fantasy VII
Final Fantasy VIII
Final Fantasy Tactics
Front Mission 3
Hogs of War
Metal Gear Solid
Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee
PaRappa the Rapper
― Jeff LeVine, Tuesday, 18 December 2007 23:54 (twelve years ago) link
A few I disagree with:
Colony Wars was what graphics whores of 1997 were jizzing over; the gameplay is nothing special.
Spyro gave me headaches (literally).
Resident Evil: the Gamecube version is supposedly a big improvement.
FFVI and Chrono Trigger should not be played in their PS1 versions as they are poorly emulated with long load times.
― abanana, Wednesday, 19 December 2007 00:13 (twelve years ago) link
I can't remember what it was like, but I do remember that I liked City of Lost Children.
― Mordechai Shinefield, Friday, 21 December 2007 22:07 (twelve years ago) link
I hated Parasite Eve! First play-through was ok, but the Chrysler Building in the second play-through equals giant eff you.
― Leee, Friday, 21 December 2007 22:16 (twelve years ago) link
I was checking out the going Amazon prices for JRPG stuff the other day - suikoden, suikoden ii, xenogears, etc - INSANE
― El Tomboto, Friday, 21 December 2007 22:36 (twelve years ago) link
well not insane but HIGH
i too hated parasite eve, never even came close to finishing it
― Tracer Hand, Friday, 28 December 2007 20:41 (twelve years ago) link
Funny, I loved that game. I beat it in one extremely long sitting in first-year uni. Why did I love it so? I remember cool weapons and being dazzled by the recognizable real-life environments, which I don't think I'd seen up till then.
― antexit, Saturday, 29 December 2007 00:37 (twelve years ago) link
I also loved it; but I did finish it and in another massive two day stretch. I loved the world and the creepy shit and the great cinemas and the odd attach scheme.
― forksclovetofu, Saturday, 29 December 2007 03:33 (twelve years ago) link
"ghost in the shell"!!!!!!!!!!!!1111!!!1111!!!11
not "single cell complex" or whatever
one of the top 10 ps1 games ever without a doubt
― Tracer Hand, Monday, 11 February 2008 03:12 (twelve years ago) link
the scenario: third-person shooter in which you control a mechanical spider that can walk up walls and across ceilings and fall any distance without taking any damage
you can strafe endlessly (even forward and backwards), shoot up to six missiles at once, each of which is capable of locking onto a different enemy
a typical level sees you in a city of skyscrapers, at night, needing to destroy four superguns scattered throughout the nieghborhood, which are protected by helicopters, fighter jets, fixed gun turrets, cyborgs with shoulder rpgs, and other mechanical spiders which can shoot blue lasers at you and also crawl up walls
strangely, the closest thing i can think of to this game is tenchu, which is all about stealth, whereas this is a full-on, guns blazing strafe fest. i think it's because both of them allow you to climb on onto roofs and both allow total freedom of 3-D movement (although ghost in the shell does have two thrilling levels on "rails" -- one at sea and one on a highway, where your little spider is always carried in a certain direction and must dodge things and rotate to deal with other things)
probably the best shoot em up PS1 game ever
― Tracer Hand, Monday, 11 February 2008 11:59 (twelve years ago) link
another thing: this is one of the few, proud playstation games in which the training level is the most difficult and most satisfying level of all
oh, and the soundtrack is by takkyu ishino!!
― Tracer Hand, Monday, 11 February 2008 12:02 (twelve years ago) link
I recently found an old stockpile of PS1 RPGs. Give me an honest assessment of which of these games are actually worth revisiting in the year of two thousand ought nine:
Chrono CrossPersona 1Vagrant StoryValkyrie Profile Xenogears
― Nhex, Friday, 9 January 2009 16:17 (eleven years ago) link
I haven't played any of them but the ones I remember getting the most positive press were Xenogears and Persona.
― ^likes black girls (HI DERE), Friday, 9 January 2009 16:32 (eleven years ago) link
chrono cross - disappointing, boring story with a weak battle system. not hard enough. at the time i think it was well-received but i think now the game would same extremely formulaic
persona 1: is this revelation? or the jpn version? this game is kind of a mess and not worth investing time in imo i'd rather play 4.
vagrant story: yes!!! really rad game and i think it would still be extremely challenging. and the look will have dated well. so much to do with this one
Valkyrie Profile - i dont think i ever beat this game fully. it may actually play better now. battle system is the best on this list and i liked the puzzle stuff but there are A LOT of retarded points in this game where yr stuck wandering around and need to just guess at wtf yr supposed to do
xenogears - :D i really loved this game when it came out idk its tied to a specific aesthetic that requires the player to really buy in - i can see how someone trying to play this shit now for the first time would just be O_O at the story and voice-acting and battle system but... i mean i voted for this in that 100 best poll so i would def replay it.
― Lamp, Friday, 9 January 2009 16:53 (eleven years ago) link
Vagrant Story: definitelyXenogears: only if you have a way to speed up the text (emulator, or maybe some sort of game genie device?)Chrono Cross: I never beat this. I hear it gets better towards the end. Dumb battle system and tons of redundant characters.
Haven't played the others.
― abanana, Saturday, 10 January 2009 05:30 (eleven years ago) link
― 210 (Jackie Wilson), Saturday, 10 January 2009 05:41 (eleven years ago) link
don't do xenogears if you just want a pick me up game
― ❤ⓛⓞⓥⓔ❤ (CaptainLorax), Saturday, 10 January 2009 06:26 (eleven years ago) link
seconding twisted metal
― choke on my mess of a schlaporito (k3vin k.), Saturday, 10 January 2009 06:27 (eleven years ago) link
saw this played but never played it. seemed to have a great deal of neat things going on but I don't think I'd invest that much time in it myself? certainly nothing that fried itself into my brain, unlike
This is best RPG ever made for the PS1. I played through it to the end only once and would probably drop $200+ just for the game if they ever rereleased it.
― TOMBOT, Saturday, 10 January 2009 06:30 (eleven years ago) link
Most importantly, I'm not ashamed to say so.
There are copies of Xenogears for around fifty bucks on amazon
― Jeff LeVine, Saturday, 10 January 2009 07:02 (eleven years ago) link
tombot you'd rank xenogears over suikoden II?
― Lamp, Saturday, 10 January 2009 07:08 (eleven years ago) link
you can grab xenogears on the US PSN now I think?
― cozwn, Saturday, 10 January 2009 12:21 (eleven years ago) link
nah, Suikoden has just been added on there (for $6), not Xenogears.
― Jeff LeVine, Saturday, 10 January 2009 15:50 (eleven years ago) link
ah, that's right! sorry
― cozwn, Saturday, 10 January 2009 15:52 (eleven years ago) link
My PS1 essentials (not that I ever had that much for the system) - Symphony of the Night, Parappa or Umjammer. Tony Hawk: 1 and 2 are both great, I probably sank more time into 2 which just adds TONS of stuff, but it does lose a few of the most fun things about the first one, mainly the downhill courses! Definitely need two players to get the most out of either, they are definitive dorm-hallway collective games for me.
I really loved Soul Reaver but I think I might just not have known the genre well enough, all I had to compare it to was Tomb Raider and I think it was slightly more fun than that (although less of a revelation). But there are probably much better games in the 3rd person "leap, shove cubes" genre.
― Doctor Casino, Saturday, 10 January 2009 22:43 (eleven years ago) link
tony hawk 1 was kinda my life at this point
― Cocktor Dassantino (k3vin k.), Saturday, 10 January 2009 22:46 (eleven years ago) link
I never played suikoden II! I still need to get around to suikoden V!!
― TOMBOT, Saturday, 10 January 2009 22:52 (eleven years ago) link
anyone played these
internal sectionnanotek warriortombibrave fencer musashijumping flashC12front mission 3
― cozwn, Tuesday, 20 January 2009 16:41 (eleven years ago) link
― cozwn, Tuesday, 20 January 2009 16:45 (eleven years ago) link
i played front mission 3 and destrega. the former is pretty good but nowhere near as fun as front mision 1, but better than 4. destrega is a hilarious game to paly when it's 1999 and you're well drunk but as a "serious" fighter it's grossly unbalanced and kinda shit really.
― &U HAEV MY AXE LOL (Will M.), Tuesday, 20 January 2009 21:37 (eleven years ago) link
jumping flash: loved the huge jumps when I first played it, but I recently bought it on psn and it's not so good. It's really ugly and it has tank controls.
― abanana, Tuesday, 20 January 2009 22:29 (eleven years ago) link
Jumping flash and Jumping flash 2 are probably my all-time favorite personal cult games! JF2 is way better than the first one.
Some other great games I don't see here yet:-Ape Escape -Bust-A-Move (don't know which version we had, prob. '99)-Resident Evil 3, which has gotten a bad rap, historically, I think. The initial reviews were really positive, and I had more fun playing it than either parts 1 or 2. I especially liked the survival mode that unlocked after you beat it.-Tenchu 2, which was much better than the first one.
I never actually got to play Vib-Ribbon but I always wanted to.
― Dan I., Wednesday, 21 January 2009 05:40 (eleven years ago) link
a giant cube made out of styrofoam filled with dead flies
― burt_stanton, Wednesday, 21 January 2009 06:11 (eleven years ago) link
it really is incredible that you have a hard time getting girls to date you, burt
― spells don't effect me, just hit em for the xp (Lamp), Wednesday, 21 January 2009 12:41 (eleven years ago) link
get it? PS1 the arts center? Hilarious.
― burt_stanton, Wednesday, 21 January 2009 15:08 (eleven years ago) link
according to your posts your the one not getting it
― spells don't effect me, just hit em for the xp (Lamp), Wednesday, 21 January 2009 15:19 (eleven years ago) link
I have an easy time getting girls to date me, I have a hard time not being a righteous fruitcake and screwing it up. I stand by my lame gag, btw.
― burt_stanton, Wednesday, 21 January 2009 15:29 (eleven years ago) link
I FINALLY GOT VIB RIBBON!
it's freaking hard
― Tracer Hand, Monday, 2 February 2009 21:39 (eleven years ago) link
I got gitaroo man, it's also freakin hard
― cozwn, Monday, 2 February 2009 22:31 (eleven years ago) link
haha Brave Fencer Musashi!
I can't remember if I told this story on this board elsewhere before, but when I was in first year university I had a roommate who would play video games in this windowless room with gray-painted walls for hours and hours and hours at a time (36 hours on Ocarina of Time entirely uninterrupted, except, one hopes, by bathroom breaks). He would become just completely demented after awhile. In the middle of one of these binges, I overheard him on the phone, calling Slocki, desperate and deranged, at god knows what time: "HELLO MARK HAVE YOU HEARD ANYTHING ON THE INTERNET ABOUT BRAVE FENCER MUSASHI?"
― antexit, Tuesday, 3 February 2009 00:13 (eleven years ago) link
curious - anyone play Poy Poy? I haven't but heard its a great multiplayer game.
― CaptainLorax, Tuesday, 3 February 2009 00:13 (eleven years ago) link
Chrono CrossPersona 1Vagrant StoryValkyrie ProfileXenogears
― Nhex, Friday, January 9, 2009 11:17 AM (3 weeks ago) Bookmark Suggest Ban Permalink
Chrono Cross - I remember liking it when it came out, it tried to do something different and had some things going for it, iirc (great music, an abundance of extraneous characters but a lot of them were actually p. compelling, esp compared with much less fleshed out PCs from games with smaller casts, like ff9, kinda sloppy overall and it admits asmuch by the end, when [i remember j parish pointing this out] [lol] it assembles some toddler versions of the main characters around the portal to the last boss and employs them as expository devices that explain the entire convoluted plot to u) - not really sure i could recommend it, but fool around with it for a couple hours and you'll probably have an idea of how much you'll dig it
Valkyrie Profile - idk
Vagrant Story - top 50 all time, any platform
Xenogears - the worst JRPG ever released in north america (keith olbermann voice)
actually went back and beat xenogears in 07 or 08, as i was cleaning up old games that i'd never beaten and my save before the final dungeon had remained untouched since 99 or 00 - there's a nice element of strategy to the gear fighting, since your attacks all draw from a limited supply of fuel and if you run out you are fucked, but the gears themselves are so powerful that you're really never in any danger. one of the most persistently irritating/infuriating random encounter systems ever, one that would famously interrupt you mid-jump during some of the game's ill-advised platforming sections. you play a guy with a ponytail, who is often naked for no reason you can discern, and whose best bud is another guy with a ponytail. filled with insidious pedophile pandering bullshit (not as bad as xenosaga in this regard). hideous sprite based characters. every smidgen of action is bracketed by hours of goopy bullshit like this:
Krelian:And what if that 'Will' itself was predetermined? What then? Oh whatfolly!? Humansare just primitive life forms that have no such thing as free will... Mankindhas merely beenallowed to live in an imperfect state... "as is", "as will be"... It is forthis veryreason... because humans have this wretched 'will' or whatnot... that humansmust experiencesadness and loss. For someone to gain something means another must lose it...It is impossibleto make humankind share limited "things" and "affections"... So I came to theconclusion thateverything must be reverted back to where it all began. To go back to when allwas one...waves, and nothing else... It is not my -Human's- ego... It is the will of the'Waves' ...the will of -god-...
that's some verbatim dialogue, dogg
positives: music, one subplot towards the end of the game references 'soylent green'
brave fencer musashi is a game that is basically made to 'sell' u on the gay lifestyle idk how else to describe it
― welcome to the own zone population you (cankles), Wednesday, 4 February 2009 00:16 (eleven years ago) link
Thanks for the opinions, guys! I definitely fear Xenogears but want to give it a shot for at least Mitsuda's score. Cool that Vagrant Story seems to really be liked, I was very unsure about that one.
I still haven't really gotten into these yet, since my knowledge is really spotty on PS1 emulation. I have to boot into Windows and use ePSXe or just PSX, and get distracted by the kajillion other games I can play. Anyone know a working PS1 emulator for Mac OS X? I've looked into it but couldn't find one that has been developed since the transition to Intel.
― Nhex, Wednesday, 4 February 2009 01:54 (eleven years ago) link
you can get a real one for 18 pounds:
― Tracer Hand, Wednesday, 4 February 2009 12:27 (eleven years ago) link
I'll sell you one, or http://pcsx.gpost.dk/
― cozwn, Wednesday, 4 February 2009 12:39 (eleven years ago) link
I've tried that one, sadly I haven't gotten it to work.
― Nhex, Wednesday, 4 February 2009 13:43 (eleven years ago) link
just played the first couple of tomb raider levels again, PS1 version - such a great game
i tried the TR1 remake (legend, or something?) which looked fantastic but which was RUBBISH
― Tracer Hand, Monday, 9 February 2009 13:40 (eleven years ago) link
It was anniversary, which I thought was pretty good, one interminable sequence aside.
― Andrew Farrell, Monday, 9 February 2009 16:14 (eleven years ago) link
It was suggested that I bump this over here, hello!
Laugh and Peace - Vib-Ribbon OST
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Wednesday, 22 January 2020 11:11 (five months ago) link