Just told my wife I'll be in my room getting all weepy while listening to the bombcast. Prayers ascending for Anna, Jeff, family and crew.
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1. I had already seen the search, but because the "search" button was above many of the options and the "add to database" button was below many of the options, I misinterpreted those lower options only as fields used to add new records to the database.
2. The game I was looking for was Utopia.
Thanks. The game I'm looking for is a sci-fi either turn based or real time base building strategy game on either SNES or Genesis. It was a bit like Metal Marines in that you built base defenses, like rockets. I want to say it was isometric view. I believe, like Metal Marines, you fired on the enemy base on your turn, but I'm not 100% sure about that. I tried looking in the RTS list on the site, no dice.
I'm looking for a particular game from either the Genesis or the SNES, and instead of just throwing it out to the forums, I was hoping to try to do a filtered search on the site of all Genesis games that were RTS or TBS, or all SNES games that meet the same criteria. But I'm not really having any luck with finding out what the proper way to do this is.
Is there a FAQ or something that I'm not finding?
I played this for a while, and found it very interesting. However, some of the platforming elements left me a bit unsatisfied. Still, as an introduction to philosophical perspectives about life and death, it's a really innovative idea.
Honestly, I didn't find the game that hard. After a bit of trial and error, I got the pace of the game down and I don't think I had to fight any boss more than 2 or at the most 3 times. I can't say that for all kinds of other games including Halo Reach, Alan Wake, or Read Dead Redemption. There were certainly moments where I was frustrated, but the overall play was just fine I thought, it just wasn't the "run and gun" kind of game it first appeared to be. Of course, once I leveled up my guns, it did turn into that game.