These are awesome I can't wait for their reactions when they unbox them!
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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.
When I heard that EA would be handling Star Wars games I didn't really think of it much at first but now it's dawned on me that maybe now that Lucasarts isn't making them maybe EA will put out an actual gritty and mature Star Wars game. I know it seems highly unlikely and maybe it'll only ever be a dream but I think it would be awesome. I would love to see them pass the idea to the Bioware guys that did Mass Effect and Dragon Age and have them put out something with a dark and mature storyline, I think it would totally work and probably sell. Imagine a storyline about the fall of a Jedi actually being serious and grown up as it should be, Instead of the mustache twirling evil villain that the dark side comes off as. The could also come up with something without a Jedi and just have it be about some soldier. Am I crazy for thinking this? Or does anyone else think a mature Star Wars story could actually work and it's time for one?