Interests: Anime, Musclecars, Guitar, Linux, FreeBSD, *nix
Likes: Robotech, Macross, Starblazers, BSG, Mad Max
I can send pics of any of the games you're interested in if you like. As far as trade rules go, I'm pretty relaxed, but I must ask that whatever is sent to me is packaged in a way that will ensure I receive it in one piece. I've had a lot of stuff arrive lately that wasn't packaged very well. Please note that I ship *everything* I send out in a well padded box, as I want to make sure you receive your side of the trade in the same condition it was in when I had it. I don't expect everything I receive to be shipped in a box, really I could care less; I just want whatever to arrive without getting smashed-up while on it's way to me.
Games that I was really looking forward to, but had the rug ripped out from under (gone but not forgotten):
Shenmue 2 (US)
Robotech: Crystal Dreams (the developer, Gametek, went bankrupt)
Thrill Kill (originally developed under Virgin Interactive, that company and their portfolio was purchased by EA, who deemed the subject matter of Thrill Kill as unsuitable for release.)
Titan A.E. (cancelled when the film did poorly at the box office. A demo of the game was released)
Aliens: Colonial Marines (the publisher, Fox Interactive, cancelled the project, citing an "inability to achieve satisfactory gameplay")
City of the Dead (the publisher, Hip Interactive Canada, went bankrupt, and no one else would pick it up)
Freedom Fighters 2 (IO Interactive) Who knows what the hell happened to this. I'd love to see a sequel to the awesome and underrated original.
Gunslinger (developed by Surreal Software)
Snake Plissken Chronicles (announced by Namco in 2003, no other information ever made available)
Here's a cool site with PS1, PS2, and PS3 demo's content's outlined w/ scans.http://playstationdemos.vgrebirth.org/