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Old 02-21-2005, 02:18 PM   #1
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...its for that place Akuda's bar. I recieved a pass written on a ticket. I didn't memorize it because I thought that I would be able to access it trough the inventory later. For my surprise there is no such thing as inventory. Now I don't remeber the password. Whats even worse...none of the guides written for that game gives out the pass. Any help? By the way its for the PS2.
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Old 02-21-2005, 02:27 PM   #2
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There IS such thing as inventory. Check again...

EDIT: Oh and the guides don't give them cuz they change every new game.
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Old 02-21-2005, 02:31 PM   #3
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There IS such thing as inventory. Check again...

EDIT: Oh and the guides don't give them cuz they change every new game.
LOL, I just read the manual. Should've done that before posting this...oh well
By the way I just opened the door, I feel like a dummy.
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Old 02-21-2005, 03:36 PM   #4
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Jony, how's the game going for you? We hold BG&E in very, VERY high regards here.
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Old 02-22-2005, 01:56 PM   #5
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Jony, how's the game going for you? We hold BG&E in very, VERY high regards here.
Pretty good so far...altough the graphics could've been better. I mean in terms of slowdown (I have the PS2 version). Also I don't like the camera much....but on the other hand the story is superb, so that evens things out.

Btw. In terms of puzzles "Sphinx and the cursed mummy" had 10x better puzzles and I highly recomended it to everyone who likes puzzles in their games, only $10 at ebgames.com Guys you can't go wrong at that price....

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There's slowdown in the PS2 version? Strange... Its a common thing on PCs but on a console?
Well I never had problems with the PC version. I like the way u have to use your mouse to move the camera so no camera problems.

Oh maybe a little tip. Did u see that umm.. thing with an mdisk in the Akuda Bar that needs a code to be opened? (assuming the PS2 version has that too) Well u don't get that code in-game. U get it by completing a challenge in the dark room:

http://darkroom.ubi.com/

What does the mdisk contain? Well I guess ya gotta find that out for yourself. But u don't need it to complete the game or anything.
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Jony, how's the game going for you? We hold BG&E in very, VERY high regards here.
Did I already thank you (and many others) for having recommended this game again and again? If not, thank you all. I finished it a few hours ago and man it was good... I had almost forgotten that playing could be fun.
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Did I already thank you (and many others) for having recommended this game again and again? If not, thank you all. I finished it a few hours ago and man it was good... I had almost forgotten that playing could be fun.
BG&E encompasses what is missing in AG's today, tons and tons of personality. I still can't believe how such a quality title did not sell a million copies
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