I always loved Glover. Why no sequel?
Those douchebag FPSers couldn't play the great game since you weren't shooting everthing that day in 1998.
I hope you are just talking about the souless PS port. It never should have happened, just stayed an N64 classic. Aside from the memorable worlds, characters and original gameplay, it has some of the best music in any video game ever and you can quote me on that.Herr Shyguy said:You know Glover wasn't that great. It was alright but nothing spectacular.
That's because you played the lifeless Playstation port. The 64 version is what I mean. That's why you think its bad. If you had played the 64, the ONE TRUE VERSION, you would know the controls are FINE.Disco Inferno said:
No i played the N64 version of the game and i hated it the controls suckedMarwikedor said:That's because you played the lifeless Playstation port. The 64 version is what I mean. That's why you think its bad. If you had played the 64, the ONE TRUE VERSION, you would know the controls are FINE.Disco Inferno said:
So great a game I love every boss in the game. Where ELSE can you play a game where a glove where you fight Frankenstein?!!!!!!!!! Mr. Tip Says: You're the kind of fool who bought an N-Gage who don't try this game!
Well why did you get it for the PC? The N64 version is the only one that exists to me. I have no idea what some people mean about controls. He goes where you press the analog stick! Do they mean the ball bouncing? Just be careful with the ball. Since it's really one of the magic emeralds transformed into a ball, if it breaks, you lose a life!Vellidragon said:Oh gosh, Glover. I have that game for PC; bought it 'cause it looked so awesome and fun. It wasn't. It's been a long time since I played it, but I do recall the controls being terrible and making it more painful than anything else to play, so the people criticising those do have a point; they're not magically prejudiced against the game for whatever reason. I'm a fan of platformers, I loved the cuteness of Glover when I first saw it and I thought the concept was really awesome, and when I finally got to play this game, I tried very hard to like it, but that's rather difficult if it seems to actively work against being easily playable.
Not everyone had the kind of money required to buy a Nintendo 64. I was "lucky" to be able to even buy the PC version, so I was even more upset with the controls as I had spent a lot of money on the game and it is thoroughly unenjoyable the way it is. (I can't comment on the Nintendo 64 version, never claimed I could; I clearly only mentioned the PC version in my post. If it's different, that's great for anyone who could afford the console, I suppose.)Marwikedor said:Well why did you get it for the PC?