My path took me to DuckTales… Seems legitimate to me.
I got Minecraft. Eh but I already own it and I dip in and out as and when I need it.
I followed "button mashable" to Street Fighter 4 and list lost all credibility it could have had.
No Pokémon? One of the most popular game series around? W T F
I find it strange that Zelda etc. are under “no puzzles” section.
And Team Fortress 2 under ‘no ridiculous non-stop action, rocket jumps, laser guns, etc’, and Left 4 Dead under ‘no heavy reliance on team-play and strategy’
Street fighter four IS button mashable. Granted thats not the best strategem to employ for that game, but you can do it… if you like only playing the computer on easy >.<
Definite flaws in the list, but a fun read nonetheless.
Got to Portal 2. Seems legit to me.
how did “do you want to level your character? – no” led to mass effect and kingdom hearts?
And Castle Crashers. And Skyrim.
Apperantly super Metroid dosnt count as losing oneself in another world…
How did MALE MC lead to Okami? The maker must have forgotten that Ammy is female.
I want this as a poster.
My favorite part is:
Care to play possibly the greatest game of all time?
Yes, Chrono Trigger.
No, Final Fantasy.
All your base are belong to us.
Using brain, max creativity, minecraft.. aite, it's a bullshit chart right there, after 2 choices… >.<
List lost all credibility after those 2 choices to be exact…
I just grouped all of the Legend of Zelda games as one single path. Nailed it.
Max Creativity needs a new branch off Yes – 2d or 3d? 2d – Terraria. 3d – Minecraft.
Naturally I was taken down the RPG route, and ended up pretty much where I expected, except for one glaring error: when asked do you want your games made in Japan or America, the option states “USA” and leads to either Fallout 2 or Knights of the Old Republic. Both are absolute classics, but correct me if I’m wrong when I say that Bioware (the maker of both) is a Canadian company? It might sound pernickety, but this kind of thing frequently bothers gamers who are not from the US. The fact that Bioware isn’t a US company is immediately obvious when playing their games (dark humour, a wide range of voice actors, etc).