Do anyone remember Incredible Crisis? Or do any people even know this game? XD
It appeared on Ps1 many years ago, and by chance, I got it. After school, I went to my ex-best friend's house to play this game, three of us.
That game is highly addictive but also insanely difficult. It's like a bishibashi game, with 24 mini games, the difference is Incredible Crisis follows a lame but funny storyline. And Bishibashi level of difficulty X 50. The first stage is where you play as the breadwinner of the family who works in a company. The first stage is something very similiar to DDR when you time your button inputs according to the rhythm. It is still difficult because it has to be REALLY accurate. Not half a second more or less.
The second stage is where the breadwinner need to run away from a huge iron boulder. This need some X tapping, but still easy because it's short.
The third stage was the BIGGEST killer. The stage consist of 2 parts and MAD X bashing. The breadwinner ran into the lift to avoid the iron boulder, but the rope that holds the lift was cut, and it's speeding down to crash. The breadwinner have to press the emergency button as much as possible with little obstacles from the sky dropping on his head which cause you to lose valuable seconds.
We never got past the 3rd stage, because seriously. Without a Turbo controller, your thumb could not press the X button that freaking fast.
As a very pro bishi-bashi and DDR player (Not now anymore. T_T) back then, I was very determined. I managed to scrap past the first part of 3rd stage, but the game threw another round of X button bashing.
It's really funny when I think about it.
And as for why I bought this up, because my best friend visited me, we are both awfully bored, so we dug some old games and play again.
Of course, we still couldn't make it past 3rd stage.