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Old 03-28-2006, 11:22 PM   #21
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Full Throttle.
Getting equipment to fly over the canyon.
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Old 03-29-2006, 12:16 AM   #22
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- Civilization 4 and Oblivion : trying to make them work

- Keepsake : trying to get the motivation to unwrap it

- A bunch of other older games like Covert Action or Ascendancy : fooling around

Talk about being focused...
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Old 03-29-2006, 02:14 AM   #23
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Just finnished Psychonauts, got Deus Ex: IW on hold and am currently diving into CoC: DCotE.
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Just finnished Psychonauts, got Deus Ex: IW on hold and am currently diving into CoC: DCotE.
Oh, CoC: DCotE! You don't say...





WTF is that?
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Old 03-29-2006, 02:31 AM   #25
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WTF is that?
I'll try Command and Conquer... uh... DC of the Empire.
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Old 03-29-2006, 02:41 AM   #26
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Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth. You should try it too! It's great!
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Old 03-29-2006, 03:54 AM   #27
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Keepsake: Stuck at the puzzle with the pedestals

Nibiru: Can't figure out what else to do in the basement or the office, before I can go up in the Paternoster (those things are awesome) again.

Fallout 2: Um...I got into the secret Lab and all, but I am going to start a new game now that I have the english versions, because I can't stand the terrible german translation. Seriously, what caused such an enormous fall in translation quality between Fallout 1 and 2?


Egypt III: Still stuck in the Papyrus swamps where I should meet Isis I think.

Baldurs Gate + Tales of the Sword Coast (english): Getting to the end.

Broken Sword III - The Sleeping Dragon: Got a bit sidetracked. Should really get back to this.

Betrayal at Krondor: Yeah, I have to continue. But I'm not in the mood right now, because starting the game is always quite atrocious.

The Moment of Silence: I don't know what to do or where to go after I haven't played for some time. I can't remember if I knew what to do next even back when I stopped playing for some time...

Imperium Romanum: I should really continue this. It's fun.

And last but not least, the thing that keeps me from playing all these other games...*drumroll*

Neverwinter Nights: Finished the official campaign ages ago, and am playing one module after the other. Currently I am playing "King Arthur meets a Moose" (yes, Monty Python), "Aurora City - The makings of an Adventurer" (there's more modules in this series after this), and replaying "The Aielund Saga Act IV - The Fall of Aielund (Part 1)" for the third time (First I played from Act I to Act IV, then I played Act IV once again, because it had been updated in order to allow you to bring over your henchmen into Part II, and now because I felt like re-playing "Act III - Return of the Ironlord", and the next module in the series is loaded as soon as the previous one is finished, I am once again playing Act IV.) while waiting for the second part of Act IV to be published (Which is scheduled to be the first week of April.).

That game is addictive!

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Was it fun?
No, I just played all the way to the end for the sake of it .

But seriously, yes. The first few sections are boring, and some aspects of it aren't as good as in the original, but a couple of the tweaks made to it since the first game work really well, and it's still most definitely a good game.
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Old 03-29-2006, 07:22 AM   #29
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Battle for Middle Earth II, good campaign, Dol Guldur.
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No, I just played all the way to the end for the sake of it .

But seriously, yes. The first few sections are boring, and some aspects of it aren't as good as in the original, but a couple of the tweaks made to it since the first game work really well, and it's still most definitely a good game.
I've played games to the end for the sake of it. Mostly because I wanted to see how the story ended even though the gameplay stopped being fun a week ago.
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I've played games to the end for the sake of it. Mostly because I wanted to see how the story ended even though the gameplay stopped being fun a week ago.
OK. I can do that with some games. But not fifty-hour RPGs .
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Old 03-29-2006, 10:01 AM   #32
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Ankh - I'm stuck in the Sphinx. I like this game a lot! The theme music rocks my socks. I am a little confused by the overall plot.
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the dig. second time around, ten years later.

i lost the will to continue playing once i found the "dead bones" puzzle near the water. it's not a difficult puzzle, but it is a frustrating one. i'll go back to playing it once i've finished writing the rest of a piece of writing for school.
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So I finished re-playing Aielund Act III - Return of the Ironlord (for the second time) and Aielund Act IV - The Fall of Aielund part 1 (for the third time).

Now I got back to playing "Aurora City - The Makings of an Adventurer", and just took a break since I got the message "Your god has ignored your prayers!" meaning that I died and did not get a chance for resurrection, and I was too lazy to reload after that.


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Old 03-30-2006, 11:03 AM   #35
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Old 03-30-2006, 12:50 PM   #36
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^You are in for a treat! Be sure to pick up the sequel, and if dying for somthing similar, the new Punisher game.
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Fable
A few hours in.
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Fable
A few hours in.
It's been sitting on my desk for a while. Worth a go?
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The save system is terrible; the game is fun.
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Civilization IV - won on easy a couple of times, wonder movies not working properly, frustrated and bored

(replaying) Quest for Glory 1 EGA - hard to say where I'm up to because the game is so non-linear, forgot how much stuff was added in the remake

We Love Katamari - about a third of the way through I think. Bored.
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