I hope this means they picked up and finish 1313. I was really looking forward to that game.
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I don't think April 25th is too long to wait. I will most certainly be waiting for the PC version (it also gives me a chance to play a lot of Titanfall). It really isn't that hard to avoid spoilers of the game and the PC version (despite coming out a month and a half later) will have a big community. Sure people will have finished the game and figured out the weird intricacies and other stuff about the game but who gives a shit. It's easy enough to avoid all that stuff too.
This fixes one of my big issues with the game but it isn't enough for me to start playing it again. They would need to add bigger cities for me to really get back into the game.
On a side note I would love for a new Simcopter game where I could import my regions from Simcity (like the old Simcopter game could).
I'm trying to fight Quelaag and am having trouble to blocking her AoE, I had my shield (Knight shield) up when it happened and I still lost almost all of my health. I'm also having trouble getting close enough to hit her because she seems to out maneuver my character. Any advice would be appreciated.
P.S. I don't know if it matters but I'm playing as a wanderer
I was a fan of his work he was one of the very few people whose books I would actually read even though I really don't like reading.
Rainbow Six: Rouge Spear and it's expansion Urban Operations are two of my favorite games of all time. I would love to see a tribute stream like they did with Star Wars
@veektarius: They weren't full games they were all demos and some of them had completely different levels for the demos that weren't even in the full game (like Rise of The Triad). Doom is a good example of how it worked. You would get the first episode of Doom for free as a demo but to get the other episodes you would have to buy the full game.
I've been trying to remember the name of this shareware disc I used to have (so I can buy it). All that I can remember of it is what the CD looked like and some of the games on it. It had blue artwork on the disc with a dude that is holding a controller, I believe the outlines or the title on the disc were yellow but I'm not sure. I know it isn't much but I'm hoping the community could help me figure it out.
There were a lot of games on the CD but the only ones I can remember are; Doom, Bodycount, Tubular Worlds, Spit Wad Willy, Raptor: Call of the Shadows, Rise of The Triad, Commander Keen (I think it was 6), Alone in The Dark (can't remember how many), and I think Wolfenstein 3D was too.
This disc was a big part of my gaming childhood so I would appreciate any help.