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Old 02-22-2006, 02:41 PM   #61
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anyone played it?
I loved that game!
theres some adventure elements to it...it also borrows some elements from resident evil like the healling herbs (but it gives you back your sanity)
Who know being a peeping tom could be so much fun?
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Old 02-22-2006, 03:46 PM   #62
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Hmmmm habit of releasing unfinished buggy but excellent products me thinks.
That's what happens if you have no internal QA and rely on the publishers to provide it .

Anyway, make sure you get the official and unofficial patches for Vampire. They won't optimise the engine, but they will fix a whole load of the bugs .
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Old 02-23-2006, 04:16 PM   #63
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yeah like one that would crash at the very end of a level where you have to run like hell to escape a bomb blast
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Old 02-25-2006, 06:40 PM   #64
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About time, I say.
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About time indeed - Now go play KOTOR for sixteen hours straight!
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Star Wars: Empire At War. I thought it was time for an RTS game, and this looks pretty good. I haven't played a serious RTS since some C&C expansion, and considering this is a Petroglyph game, I though I could hardly go wrong with it. So far I've played through nearly the whole tutorial (my RTS skills be rusty ) and I'm looking forward on completing a 'campaign'. The space battles are awesome - order a squadron of X-Wings to attack a cruiser, switch to movie mode and it's like a freakin' SW film
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Star Wars: Empire At War. I thought it was time for an RTS game, and this looks pretty good. I haven't played a serious RTS since some C&C expansion, and considering this is a Petroglyph game, I though I could hardly go wrong with it. So far I've played through nearly the whole tutorial (my RTS skills be rusty ) and I'm looking forward on completing a 'campaign'. The space battles are awesome - order a squadron of X-Wings to attack a cruiser, switch to movie mode and it's like a freakin' SW film
I just got this one too. Yeah, the space battles are awesome, but the land battles are a little boring. Anyway, I'm liking this game, I think it's going to keep me away from Rome:TW for a while
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I just got this one too. Yeah, the space battles are awesome, but the land battles are a little boring. Anyway, I'm liking this game, I think it's going to keep me away from Rome:TW for a while
Yeah too bad about the land battles (also, what's with the small maps?) but the space battles more than make up for it. I really hope the gameplay doesn't become repetitive, but so far it's quite addictive
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I paid $8, I think.
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Old 03-05-2006, 04:31 PM   #70
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You poor bastard.

I used to have Space Harrier on tape for C64, but I lost it.
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'Nuff said.
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O right, I forgot this thread... I just bought:

And for the price of the normal version.
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Oh yes.
I actually bought this over a week ago...
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Is Crashday actually any good? I've read a few reviews which all seem to imply that it's a bit like Trackmania but with too little variety. That said, GAME have it for £11.49 inc. P&P atm...
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Bought for 40€ at bol.com. So far I'm having a blast The graphics are very classy and the rest is definately somewhat reminiscent of the Monkey Island games. No regrets here.
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Getting to this thread a little late, but I picked up Scratches on release day, and Fable: The Lost Chapters an hour or so later. I'm quite tempted by Gun, may get that sometime soon.
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Getting to this thread a little late, but I picked up Scratches on release day, and Fable: The Lost Chapters an hour or so later. I'm quite tempted by Gun, may get that sometime soon.
Gun is fairly mediocre, it can be fun if you go in without high expectations, but it's nothing like the previews, the freedom is fairly limited, the story linear, so just don't expect GTA-style freedom in the wild west
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Old 03-22-2006, 03:05 PM   #79
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Farenheit UK edition off of ebay...
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I got nineteen games in two "Xplosiv! Top 10" packs. Yes, nineteen, because one of them is in both .

The games (ones marked in bold are the ones I didn't already have):

Virtua Cop 2
Sonic R
Sonic 3D
Sega WorldWide Soccer
Panzer Dragoon
Virtua Fighter 2
International Cricket Captain 2000
Combat Chess
Pro Pinball: Time Shock
Sega Touring Car Championship (x2)
House of the Dead 2
Warrior Kings Remastered
Virtual Tennis
Bust-a-move 3DX
Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX
Crazy Taxi
Battle Zone II: Combat Commander
Call to Power II
Enemy Engaged

Not bad for £6.66, with Sherlock Holmes: Mystery of the Mummy arriving when it gets released (it's being put out on budget here).
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