Discussion in 'Gaming Central' started by esxs, Jan 16, 2019.
have anyone play video game what have weird and crazy plot
Metal gear solid has always been pretty crazy story wise.
Dark Souls has no real story unless you really look for it. Oh and I Bloodborne as well but it's story is even more out there.
Persona 4 and 5 (only ones I've played.)
and if it's not a built in plot, then for me it's PES series, I wrote my own plot in my own head when I play Master League~
Killer 7, Pepsi man, Viewtiful Joe , Burai fighter, Metropolismania, Amnesisa and more recently, Everybody's gone to the rapture and Let it Die.
Many of these I played as a kid so my retarded brain wasn't very understanding of some things, but even after eventually beating or playing all of these again as I got older I would still consider them "weird".
I was going to Say Dark Souls/BB as a joke, but frfr I've beaten Ds1/2, most of 3 and beat BloodeBourne as well, but legit don't know jack about Dark souls story, I know a little bout Bloodebourne but that's cuzz I watched like a quarter of a youtube video about it.
I don't really play many games..
Pikmin I guess
To name a few, the Metal Gear and Yakuza series. They are both absurd in different ways. Also, Deadly Premonition.
Fuckin' Japan lol
Oh and the Binding of Isaac. Not easily offended or grossed out but that one made me feel a little uneasy when I first played it.
Crusader kings 2
Pokemon USUM, at least compared to every other iteration of Pokemon games
Final Fantasy 7, at least on the first playthrough. The whole Cloud has manipulated memory, instead of the usual guy with amnesia and didn't remember any thing, Cloud remembered certain things that actually he shouldn't have known / witnessed.
The plot twist about Cloud's memory reveal in disc 2 is far stronger than FF8's "So guys, we all actually come from the same orphanage~" twist.
Jet set radio does have a weird/crazy plot, you deal with a lot of strange characters, even robots, and Onishima can send different troops of policemen, even parachutes, tanks and so on, while you are just a player who do some street-art, it's crazy as hell, yet funny.
Time Hollow for me. That game has a very confusing concept where people can be placed "out of the flow of time", meaning that a human pulled from the past to the future won't age and is essentially immortal (unless you physically attack them).
If you, instead, throw a human from the future to the past, said human will cease to exist when they reach that same point in the future again. Time loops are mindbreaking. And nobody still knows who Sox the Cat was, or how he was able to talk in the secret ending.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2, full of awesome plot twists.
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