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    Quote Originally Posted by XisLoose View Post
    The first dune was amazing!! it's easily one of my favorite games :)

    Anyone knows if there's a similar game out there?


    just to be sure i'm talking about this.
    and an added bonus for whoever liked the game, or at least the music an excellent remix
    Absolutely love the Dune universe, that remix brought back some fond memories, thank you!

    I don't understand why their isn't a modern sequel to the Dune games. Although being the first RTS, the concept is still original. I've never donated to a KickStarter project, but I would be all over a Dune remake/sequel.

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    How about the Battlezone franchise? (Not the arcade version) I would LOVE to see it get another iteration, whether it be a sequel, prequel or a remake. The first game was great, the second wasn't that bad (More toys, more missions, grander) but it was missing something. I think there was an expansion and several fanmade maps, but other than that, the franchise just died. And now we have CoD, MoH and all sorts of horrible indie "art" games. It's just not fair.

    The second (I think) mission of the first game was absolutely great. You need to defend your base on the Moon with mobile turrets (Badger) and afterwards take out a Commie installation. "Badger deployed!", brapbrapbrapbrap. Sorry, I'll go sit in a corner and be giddy about remembering all the sound effects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnki View Post
    I've been trying to find it for ages. I haven't found more than the demo. :/
    I have that game on DVD, was my first game with a DVD case too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SephKing View Post
    Whereabouts are you from?
    The US. And you know, it just hit me that it's probably on Amazon. >.>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spengbab View Post
    ...and all sorts of horrible indie "art" games.
    But it's the new wave, man! Games that make us think while ambiguous symbolism passes us by. You just don't understand. 8bit is the future. It's ironic.

    I played BZII before the first game so I don't understand why people don't like it as much. The Scions probably aren't as cool as moon communists though. Also the base building got a bit too involved. I used to play co-op with my friend just about every day after school, and modded the pilot's pulse rifle to be super powerful for some reason. Ahh, those were the days.

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    shogooooooo.

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    Battle Engine Aquila, Gunmetal War Transformed and Impossible Creatures.
    Personally, I loved the concept of Impossible Creatures.

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    Westwood's Blade Runner came to mind instantly. A gorgeous adventure game that had the balls to think out of the box. A great but very flawed game.

    Other stuff:

    Defcon1
    Dark Reign
    Shadow Man
    Evolva
    Martyr
    Heretic 1 and 2
    Midtown Madness
    Motocross Madness
    Joint Strike Fighter
    Hexen 1 and 2
    Kingdom Under Fire

    And so many more...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spider Jerusalem View Post
    shogooooooo.
    Jeff Bridges had a Shogo 2 t-shirt in FEAR 2.

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    Terminal Velocity

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    Diablo 3 by ActivisionBlizzard.
    pass

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    Sudeki - well, I don't know why but it seems that no one but me liked it

    Monster Madness - great concept, ok graffix, cool physics but terrible port, worst controls ever, dull level design and overall bad execution. So I'm not surprised that no one ever mention it.
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    Blade Runner was an absolutely wonderful and beautiful game. I wish more game developers had the balls to do something so far out of their comfort zone.

    Terra Nova - pretty much invented the tactical shooter and then vanished. Looking Glass seemed to never catch a break. The entire industry built on ideas from all their games so at least there's that.

    Outwars - third person tactical mission based game based around a jetpack and customisable armour and weapon loadouts in levels that were vast and expansive (for the time) and yet it vanished without a trace.

    Outcast - probably killed itself with it's voxel based tech and awful controls but a blueprint for the sandbox boom post gta3. The ai in the game still holds up today. KotoR and ME1's outdoor environments remind me a lot of outcast actually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rauten View Post
    Second Sight.
    Free Radical did something other than TimeSplitters, but apparently the world forgot.
    SecondSight was fantastic. Came out the same time as that dreaful psi-ops, and got lumped in with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oshada View Post
    Pirates of the Carribean (The Bethesda game, which was meant to be Sea Dogs II).

    If it was available on GoG or something I'd buy it instantly.
    It's on ebay for like a pound or something

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    Terra Nova
    Heavy Gear 2
    Earthsiege
    Cyberstorm 1&2
    Starsiege
    Alien Legacy
    Thexder

    Seems bunch of Sierra games popped in my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FriendlyFire View Post
    Transport Tycoon, arguably (in my opinion) Chris Sawyer's best game. Managing to make transport management fun is an achievement in and of itself.
    The original game might be dead, but the legacy is strong. And free.

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    Ah, Total Annihilation, countless hours wasted in skirmishes vs the AI. Not sure I agree that it is forgotten about, but it should have had a far greater impact on the RTS games that came after it IMHO.

    Another forgotten RTS was Dark Colony, not the best game and not revolutionary in any way in contrast to TA, but I still got quite a few hours of fun out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonOfTime View Post
    Impossible Creatures.
    Personally, I loved the concept of Impossible Creatures.
    Shame about the game itself though. It felt somehow mediocre. Yeah, it's hilarious to use mad science to tamper with animals' genetics like how Bwana Beast (minus the science part) does it but how the heck did Relic make the combat feel so weak? I'm just a bit disappointed with it.
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    Escape From the Mindmaster for the Atari 2600. It played on the Atari via the Starpath Supercharger - a device that connected a cassette tape player to the Atari 2600. They had several cool games.
    see: Starpath Supercharger Wikipedia entry for more info.

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