This was interesting. I think I'm going to go with Moonwalker seeing as I wasn't that impressed by the SMS version of GnG last time I tried it. Remember that I thought it felt slow and really lagged with multiple enemies. But I think I'll try both of them out again before voting to see if I might think otherwise.
I simply loved moonwalker back in the day. I thought the controls, graphics and music were all great. Level design could have been better perhasp but great how each level is actually from the film and not just something random like some film spin offs.
I love GG and have played through it a couple of times. Not sure if the rest of the world gets that crazy slow down on GG that we do in the states. It would be a near perfect game if it weren't for it.
I don't like Michael Jackson, i don't like 90% of his music, so i don't like that game. My vote goes to Ghouls'n Ghosts. It's an interesting port with new ideas (The shop system was a good idea) and it's just a great game.
How can you not like MJ? I mean, come on! Or should that be, Cha-mone ;D
I don't even know what that Cha-mone thing means, must be something english i guess. ;D And i don't like Michael Jackson because i can't stand his singing style, the constant noises he makes "ah", "oh" and the grunting, propably because of all the crotch-grabing he does, i find it really irritating
Nah, that's fair enough, he's not everyone's cup of tea. What songs of his do you like, out of interest?
Let's see: - Human Nature - Give In to Me - Dirty Diana - Leave me Alone - Speed Demon - Smooth Criminal - Wanna be starting something - They Don't Care About Us That's about it. His overplayed Mega-Hits work better in parodies (like Weird Al Yankovics Eat it (Beat it) and Fat (Bad) and Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine's version of The Girl is mine (instead of Paul McCartney you get a voice computer similar to the one of Stephen Hawking and it's damn funny) i think and they're overplayed, can't stand Billie Jean or Beat It anymore and Thriller works better in the context of the long video for it instead of it just being a song.