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Started by Isao Kronos - Last post by MisterJones on Today at 12:28:21 pm

In my opinion, skip the first for now. It has a time limit so you can't really explore all you want like you can in 2.  And am I the only one that actually liked Tactics?
the time limit for the second quest was removed in the ummm... latest patch (released more than a decade ago haha). Basically you are under a "rush" for the water chip, but the time limit is pretty lenient.

Started by njosro - Last post by njosro on Today at 12:21:44 pm

That sounds really cool. I just looked up Deflemask and it looks easy enough to use. Actually it looks awesome. I'm used to famitracker so it's cool to see a multi-platform tracker so to speak. So if I converted Je Te Veux in Deflemask you'd be able to use it?

As for things to make the game more interesting, I actually did a little remake in game maker and implemented a few things:
-powerups that appear can give you more than just points. For example:
  -the "power beam" that lets your bug spray (which I changed into a sci-fi beam) get thrown forward like in zelda when you have full hearts
  -the hourglass can freeze the timer and the enemies for a little while
  -the raindrop can make a few rain drops come down from the top of the screen and destroy enemies

-Later bonus rounds with heart boxes that move around so they're harder to catch (and the timer doesn't run out ridiculously fast)

-new jumping spider enemy that acts similar to Pols Voice (can jump over walls)

-ice that makes it impossible to stop moving until you hit a wall

Started by Isao Kronos - Last post by jink640 on Today at 12:10:18 pm

Got Fallout 1, 2, and Tactics on Steam.
In my opinion, skip the first for now. It has a time limit so you can't really explore all you want like you can in 2.  And am I the only one that actually liked Tactics?

Started by Spooniest - Last post by chillyfeez on Today at 12:09:54 pm

I hate insects, too, so I always make sure to keep Denise Richards around my house so she can kill them for me.

Started by resq - Last post by cccmar on Today at 12:04:30 pm

I have been meaning for a while to try it along Prince of Qin and some other games but havent done so due to a lack of digital distributors. How is it so far? Is it as action oriented as the diablo games or it has more rpg elements over there? The description always made me think of icewind dale.

I'd say it's basically a "Diablo meets Icewind Dale" kind of deal. It looks really similar to Diablo 2, and the leveling system is more akin to Diablo than to ID as well, but they implemented a party system (you have 4 party members pretty much at all times). There are 7 different classes specializing in different weapons/skills. The enemies swarm you like in Diablo, there are more of them than in ID for sure. I believe it is also much shorter than D2, but that's to be expected - need to finish it first to be sure, but I have the feeling that it's not going to be very long. I don't think there were any expansion packs made for that one either.

Started by RHDNBot - Last post by Chronosplit on Today at 11:48:02 am

Nice stuff about BOF. Now what that needs is a nice VWF and sound restoration, maybe some optimizations to kill lag as well. <3
At this rate, it may be that the GBA version outclasses the SNES one.

Started by resq - Last post by MisterJones on Today at 11:46:36 am

Am I really the only one that plays XCom?   :P   I have to squee a bit, guys

I own both xcoms, and played the first and the expansion extensively (both pc and ps3), in addition to then playing a couple of failed Long War mod sessions. I got somewhat burned out, and by the time i got xcom2, i have had a hard time returning after the first digital guy showed up and devastated my squad.

I also played X-COM (that hyphen is the key) and Xenonauts somewhat. They are pretty good, but they are quite a different beast from XCOM 1 and 2. I havent tried Apocalypse, which was like the first proper... ummm.. sequel, which was what I thought would have been the inspiration for XCOM 2.

Today at 11:48:05 am - (Auto Merged - Double Posts are not allowed before 7 days.)
Throne of Darkness - which is basically an early Diablo II clone with a samurai theme. For some unfathomable reason it slipped under my radar back in the day (I'm a huge sucker for hack'n'slash games), and thus it's time to make up for the backlog. :D
I have been meaning for a while to try it along Prince of Qin and some other games but havent done so due to a lack of digital distributors. How is it so far? Is it as action oriented as the diablo games or it has more rpg elements over there? The description always made me think of icewind dale.

Started by dougeff - Last post by MathOnNapkins on Today at 11:42:43 am

Yep

Started by azoreseuropa - Last post by KingMike on Today at 11:42:37 am

ユメ was the wrong case but it means the same thing.
かぱ looks more like what it says but it's hard to tell because of the blur (though kapa doesn't seem to be a word)
(I'll admit kazedama at least seems like an actual word. Not familiar enough with the game's context to say if it seems correct.)
The もs are definitely correct though. Katakana does not make grammatical sense.

Also it's not ギヤラリ but ギャラリ.

Started by resq - Last post by cccmar on Today at 11:41:35 am

Throne of Darkness - which is basically an early Diablo II clone with a samurai theme. For some unfathomable reason it slipped under my radar back in the day (I'm a huge sucker for hack'n'slash games), and thus it's time to make up for the backlog. :D
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