games that surprised me:

* silent hill 2 and 3
* gears of war 1
* metal gear solid 1 and 2

any pc ports that surprised you?



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26 thoughts on “video games that surprisingly have a pc port?”

  1. Sonic riders and sonic heroes.

    For the inverse I was surprised when I learned half life was on ps2

  2. Fable 3; we had Fable 1 then we jumped Fable 2, and the third one actually found its way.

    Also The Darkness 2. I never played the first one, I don’t even know what it is about.

    The Yakuza series.

    Monster Hunter World.

  3. Tha yakuza series. I was so sure that they were never coming to pc that i bought all of them on ps4

  4. Guitar Hero 3 and Guitar Hero World Tour.

    Man, PC needs more rhythm games aside from Osu and Beat Saber.

  5. Detroit Become Human

    I thought it’d just stay a PS4 exclusive.
    I’m glad it’s coming to PC though. I’ve already completed it on PS4, guess it’s time to complete it again on PC…

  6. gears of wars 1 wasn’t surprising. Epic games back in those days used to make games for pc. what was surprising was Dickhead Bleszinki push to remove the series from PC. hence why everyone that knows about him on pc hates him

  7. PS2 had a Deus Ex port, im not sure how good it was. For PC I was surprised they ported Dragons Dogma.

  8. Disney games fom the 90’s, like Donald in Maui Mallard, Aladdin and The Lion King. I know that Disney had some PC exclusives, like the 101 Dalmatians’s Animated StoryBook, that was one of my firsts PC games. but those games are mainly known for the console versions.

    Some old Star Wars games also surprised me, like Episode I Racer, The Phantom Menace and Rogue Squadron.

    But if we’re speaking about finding a port back then, I almost fell off my ass when I found a copy a Sonic Heroes for the PC.

  9. Sonic The Hedgehog 3 and Knuckles had a PC port that used emulated MIDI sound so everything sounded off depending on your sound card. Plus some of the music tracks were replaced by completely original ones.

  10. The Peter Jackson King Kong game. I had no idea it had a PC port until recently. It’s actually really hard to get running on modern systems.

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