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Old 01-22-2009, 12:49 AM   #121
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AAAAAnyway, moving on to another thread related subject...

I give props to that company who attempted to make the Super Mario Bros franchise into an educational game or two. Mario is missing, and Mario's time machine. They did a great job of bringing history lessons into the home on consoles in the early-mid '90s. It was the first attempt to use popular VG icons characters to promote education in gaming, or at least some practical use for systems instead of them just being these little electronic devices we hook up to our "idiot lanterns" and twitter with for hours on end.


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Old 01-22-2009, 01:06 AM   #122
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It makes me wonder if they ever really intended to release it at all, or if they were just going to let this masquerade ball drag on for eternity. Or at least until the beta was leaked.
I agree Q...

We who have been around here in the 04-05 range remember the Galaxy Forge project and if you really have a ton of free time you might be able to find some remnants of that 'event' from way back then.

No more about TSLRP here though, ok folks? While slightly related to the topic it can only serve to heat things up as the people on both sides can't seem to control themselves.


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Old 01-22-2009, 01:23 AM   #123
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I remember you and D3 citing that years ago when I first joined and I did a search and read everything I could find about it. It was both an entertaining and enlightening read.

Yup, I'm trying to spread the info on things like this because many newer posters have no idea that people get their "jollies" by stringing them along with bloated promises. To tell everyone the truth I am personally against WIP threads because of the bad feelings caused by the GF project and others since, I much prefer to lay a new mod upon an unsuspecting populace... far more fun for me that way. -RH

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Baldur's Gate 2 was Bioware's greatest game and, with the notable exception of KotOR, it's been all downhill from there.


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Old 01-22-2009, 03:36 PM   #124
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Too many people overlook the many problems present in Mass Effect.

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Old 01-22-2009, 03:42 PM   #125
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Well, I played it on a friend's 360 and found it rather underwhelming.


"They should rename the team to the Washington Government Sucks. Put Obama on the helmet. Line the entire walls of the stadium with the actual text of the ACA.
Fix their home team score on the board to the debt clock, they can win every game 17,000,000,000,000 to 24. Losing team gets taxed by the IRS 100%, then droned."
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Old 01-22-2009, 05:08 PM   #126
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Old 01-22-2009, 08:19 PM   #127
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KotOR I HK-47 is not funny. It's clearly tilting at wyrd humour with a psychotic edge, except it's missing the wyrd. And the humour. TSL is where things actually get good in terms of humour - both with HK and elsewhere (most notably right after Peragus).

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Old 01-22-2009, 08:49 PM   #128
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No game is complete without a banana bomb.
How about Dino Crisis after beating it a second time in a row? It all becomes prehistoric and silly, like a bass fish shotgun, similarly banana and bones pistol...it's actually quite hilarious.


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Old 01-22-2009, 10:11 PM   #129
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Old 01-22-2009, 10:18 PM   #130
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KotOR I HK-47 is not funny. It's clearly tilting at wyrd humour with a psychotic edge, except it's missing the wyrd. And the humour. TSL is where things actually get good in terms of humour - both with HK and elsewhere (most notably right after Peragus).
Y'know, I thought I was the only person who found the obsession with HK lame. Glad to know I'm not alone.
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Old 01-22-2009, 10:24 PM   #131
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Y'know, I thought I was the only person who found the obsession with HK lame. Glad to know I'm not alone.
Of course it's lame! That's why it's fun.


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Old 01-22-2009, 10:35 PM   #132
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Battlefront 1 Was way to short. And didn't include enough content... It could have been better, a lot better.

Battlefront 2 Was so unrealistic. Had good replay value, but also lacked content.

Mario Kart Wii Boring after 10min... Seriously, Nintendo could, and needs to do better on the next game.

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Old 01-22-2009, 11:05 PM   #133
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Battlefront 2 is the same frickin' thing as Battlefront 1. The only significant additions were features that the first one should have already had in the first place (that is, space combat and a single-player story mode that was worth playing). BF2 is a glorified expansion pack of BF1, much like Jedi Academy was for Jedi Outcast (except with even less replay value).


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Old 01-22-2009, 11:37 PM   #134
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Battlefront 2 is the same frickin' thing as Battlefront 1. The only significant additions were features that the first one should have already had in the first place (that is, space combat and a single-player story mode that was worth playing). BF2 is a glorified expansion pack of BF1, much like Jedi Academy was for Jedi Outcast (except with even less replay value).
Dont forget the removal of bad ai(they became artificial nothing, they dont deserve the intelligence part in BF2), prone, most of the good maps from BF1 and the addition of game ruining heroes



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Old 01-22-2009, 11:59 PM   #135
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Too many people overlook the many problems present in Mass Effect.
and the funny thing is that i actually enjoy these "problems" like the exploration with the Mako and even the story. ok, yeah, the story was kind of predictable, but it was still a good story. my only problem with the game was the weird texture issues on the 360 version. i guess it all does come down to taste, but i just can't seem to identify with all the Mass Effect downers.

and i do have some more beef with the gaming industry: the decline of PC games. for the last time: quit blaming it all on piracy. if you could just admit that its more difficult to develop for PC hardware (and its almost infinite combinations) than it is for consoles, i would be more than happy.

and another thing: quit punishing those of us that actually legally purchase games by bundling it with ludicrously limiting copy protection software. if someone's going to copy it, they're going to do it no matter how good the copy protection software is. heck, its not surprising to see your "uncrackable" copy protected game available on torrent sites within days before the game hits the stores.

and its not like games that don't have copy protection don't sell. the game "Sins of a Solar Empire" is proof enough of that as it has sold over a million units in the past year despite the complete lack of any copy protection software (not even a CD check!!). just make a good game, and trust us: we'll buy it.


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Old 01-23-2009, 12:20 AM   #136
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Old 01-23-2009, 01:14 AM   #137
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KotOR I HK-47 is not funny. It's clearly tilting at wyrd humour with a psychotic edge, except it's missing the wyrd. And the humour. TSL is where things actually get good in terms of humour - both with HK and elsewhere (most notably right after Peragus).
I loved HK's psycho-ness, but Jolee had the funniest line "12--no, wait--13!!!", and another one right after that if you have Canderous in the party, too. I need to find a mod that'll let you have more party members just so I can hear all the different interactions between Jolee and the others.

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There are a few of them there, but my favorite is still Sand's comment if you bargain with Tholapsyx before going to take out the fire giants. Those 7 words made the game worth every penny and more.


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KOTOR: an amazing game but I think it is far from being the best Star Wars game, it has to beat Battlefront,Jedi Outcast, and dare I say it, the spectacular N64 Shadows of the Empire and Episode I:Racer.
Ep1 Racer > KOTOR??

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IMO Outcast is superior to Academy, even with Academy's "improvements". Said improvements seemed to be mostly flash and less substance.

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Old 01-23-2009, 02:09 PM   #140
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Old 01-23-2009, 02:40 PM   #142
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No doubt. That game was awesome. I remember playing it way back when it was first released. But, no way those two SW games are better than KotOR.

Battlefront I and II were both awesome. Battlefront is the reason why I joined this forum. Hell, at the time, those were my favourite games. And I remember getting stoked and hyped for Battlefront II. And it was worth it.

Jedi Outcast was so fun. Definitely up there with KotoR as my favourite SW games. Too bad a friend is borrowing it read now. Kinda want to play it.


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No, sorry, HK just wasn't that entertaining, imo. Quite a shallow character, one that I never used beyond the Sand People Enclave on Tatooine.
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Old 01-24-2009, 12:28 AM   #145
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- Deus Ex : Invisible War is more fun to play than Deus Ex
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Lol.

I guess a more accurate way for me to phrase it would be '- Deus Ex : Invisible War was more fun to play than Deus Ex'. I had such low expectations of it after reading the reviews that I put off playing it until a year after release, only to throughly enjoy myself.

Consequently, I've replayed it many more times than the origional (I do honestly think though that the sequel has more replay value).


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Same here! That game is awesome and will always have a special place in my heart.

Also, Episode 1 Racer is great.

NWN 2: So boring, just like NWN 1. I'd rather play BG2 a few more times than to endure the boredom that is NWN. (motb is awesome though..)
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Old 01-24-2009, 06:37 PM   #157
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To each his own, I suppose. I don't hate Deus Ex: Invisible War, it's a great game alright, just not "Deus Ex" like the original. And the gameplay in the two games was substantially different, so I wouldn't be surprised if someone likes the latter over the former. Trex here I'm guessing must be a console gamer at heart, yes?

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Consequently, I've replayed it many more times than the origional (I do honestly think though that the sequel has more replay value).
So have I, because replaying is pretty much a given in a game that gives you hundreds of choices and lasts only 8-10 hours. This reminds me, I need to see if someone has managed to speedrun the game in 20 seconds.

Lemme add some more names now:

Max Payne 2: Fall of Max Payne - As much as I loved the production values of the title, I hated the Neo-style bullet-time gameplay and the direction the story took. They twisted all the preconceptions I had of the character, and while Max was still okay, Mona and Vlad were just annoying. Gameplay was way easier than the original, what with that stupid standard bullet time indea. And most of all, I miss the old Max with his quirky face expressions.

Planescape: Torment - Could be that it's just old now, but that combat was terribly annoying and distracting. After about half of the game, I just went on godmode. For a game with a story that's a whole two decades ahead of its time, the combat was pretty annoying.

Bookworm and Bookworm Adventures - Two largely underrated games, especially the latter. A well-designed, fun to play RPG adventure involving word creation? I'm sold!


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You mean acid? That one's the best.
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