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Old 04-09-09, 05:47 PM   #36
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Default Re: Graphics reaching CGI quality using CryENGINE2, Amazing!!

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Originally Posted by Yaboze View Post
The westwood game was pretty good, I have it somewhere.
Yeah I bought it back in 1997 when it was released. That was a game we actually had to upgrade our computer to play.

Its a good game though the randomness of the story can be a bit odd at times. It changes quite a bit every time you play it and some times its due to things you do, other times there will just be random things that play out differently.

This is normally a good thing but I think some of the events aren't as good as others so one play-through might not be as satisfying as another.

I always wished the game had more of the police investigation stuff in it because it was done so well. You could actually use that photo enhancer thing to move around in pictures to find clues. Your "Bladerunner" job only takes up a small portion of the game though before things start turning upside down.

I highly recommend the game to any fans of adventure games, or any detective\cyberpunk\sci-fi stuff (especially Philip K. Dick's works).
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