Danimal Collective wrote:
I've always wanted to use one, unfortunately, I've never had the opportunity to do so with a fully working one. I used to have one, but it didn't function at all, there was something wrong with the sensor on the glove I think, I dunno. I picked it up at a flea market in Chicagoland, so I guess I got what i paid for.
Is it as bad as everyone says it is or is it undeserved criticism?
Its bad. Even if you found one brand new in the box, it would take you weeks to get used to the controls for a single game. From my experience they never "fully worked". I was lucky enough to get one as a youngster, meaning I was able to find use for it by running around the house playing cyborg and crap like that. Now that I'm older, its truly worthless and sits in the bottom of a storage bin.
And despite what the Nerd would have you believe, the LaserScope was awesome...mostly because it actually worked.
As for games I'm most proud of in my collection, I'm going with Jackal and Wizards & Warriors. They were two of my favorite games, but they belonged to my uncle so I only played them on rare occasions. A couple of years ago when I began to beef up my collection, those were the first ones on my list that I picked up.
As for games that I've owned since I was little, I'll go with Legend of Zelda and Final Fantasy. Not because they're rare or anything, but because it feels good to be on the ground floor for those titles. That's my pretentious statement for the day.