Oh my god, I would give two or three of my left toes for an updated version of Emperor of the Fading Suns. It looked like such good fun! There's just so much you could do with it!
There will never be another EotFS game and even if there was, it would never include everything it could.
Awww shit, nigga. Titans of Steel.
The latest TOS happens to be free now http://www.matrixgames.com/products/237/downloads/Titans.of.Steel:.Warring.Suns
Finally I can stop posting it to these threads.
I've never seen this mentioned on /v/ in all my time here.
this game was so much better than all the twisted metals
In all seriousness, I have never once seen this game mentioned by anyone other than myself
I played this. It's an awfully balanced game, but its hella fun just seeing what you can do to break it. Assassin just maxing dexterity and assassination to get a 50%+ chance to kill people and get 100 gold ON HIT. Spamming shit loads of spells. Lowering your unit costs with charisma/merchant so you're paying basically nothing for your entire army.
That game was awesome.
This gem here. So much fun playing it with friends.
Second one was more "balanced" i guess, but even there, fucking high lvl merchant heroes.
I hope you dont mind me spamming the strongest units with almost maxed resists for free ahuehue
It being broken was half the fun though.
I played against my brother one time and just massed summoners, then summoned dozens of demons, charged his base and summoned a load of imps. Then when he killed it all I did it again.
Man that annoucer was great. As a game Triplane Turmoil was way better though.
I played Seek and Destroy again earlier this year and it was still fun.
Let me give you the original.
I think it's the original.
Has anyone played Digimon Rumble Arena 2? I'm assuming a few people have played it - after all, it is a sequel, so the first must have been played. I'm just posting it here because I have never heard anyone else talk about it ever. It was pretty much Smash Bros. With Digimon, if I remember.
I love that about the demons. What i liked to do was make a shitload of minotaur shamans or whatever they were, set them on autocast. And just walk into the enemy army/base triggering a shitload of rings of fire destroying everything.
I'm really fucking curious if anyone actually played this besides me.
I fucking loved this game and the only people who have played it is me, who found it in a charity shop bin years ago, and my friend, who I gave it to
>Minotaur King in your retinue
Yes I want the most powerful single monster in the game that's also a general that weakens enemies with its presence and can attack air in my retinue, thanks
I agree, it does hold up today. It has all the controls and UI stuff you'd expect from a modern RTS, like autocasting spells, control groups and whatnot. You can even control group buildings too.
I'm fucking surprised actually. Graphics and voiceacting is laughable but goddamn if it doesn't have charm.
>play as merchant
>fuckhuge amount of charisma
>start the game with knight lords, doom knights or minotaur kings
>even a fucking dragon
Swarmlords were pretty crap though. The poison attribute on their troops were solid but goddamn if they weren't mediocre. Same thing with plaguelords.
When you level up a skeleton to a wight he will say 'I am stronger!'.
When you level up a wight to a slayer knight he will shout 'I am MUCH stronger!'.
When you level up a slayer knight to a doom knight he will scream 'I AM INVINCIBLE!'.
Fun little detail if you ask me.
And dat scream. Honestly, for as cheesy as the voice acting in that game is, I liked it a lot
The Doom Knight in particular was just awesome. I also remember the Lich and Zombie voice acting pretty well
Skellyman nation master race WW@
>kicking kebabs asses since 1111
if you guys haven't played this, you're a muslim scum supporter
no one has played this and it was probably the best game on the n64
And then that guy goes here.
>tfw just buried vault as my village died
I made the character at worldstart and village hopped for a while until all my contacts were dead then stopped playing for 6 months. Came back about 2 months ago and met up with some bro people and eventually recruited a town of dedicated players. Even in our new as fuck but well settled village you can powergrind stats like they're candy. One guy we took on was completely new a week before we got him and two weeks later his were in the 300s and he had bartered some of the best gear in the world for bricks.
This fucking game has 13,400 results on google
There's like 3 total barebones reviews for this game on the internet
Motherfucking Submarine Titans!
Because the game's population is 99% Russians, and 100% of the Russians play stronk as fuck raiders whose only goal is to fuck up your shit if they find you.
I'd rather just be able to chill and relax.
Shit man, I had forgotten about Cubix. Can't remember what the fuck it was about.
It seems like a good idea but if that's what you're really after, it'll grow stale as fuck fast. The looming threat of invasion, robbery and summoning is great. Those times when you run into someone in the remote regions of the world are intense as fuck. If all you want to do is build wild shit, do crazy haven science and never really be at risk, try join Emerald City. A guy called Xcom does all kinds of wild projects and pretty much no faction in the world bothers to fuck with them
I can speedrun it by now.
But to have +10 "Very Hard" difficulties?
I've never really had trouble with russians, even AD, infact, AD are pretty damn cool. Polaks and shit eater factions like Megam8s and Jordan Coles' whatevers are the ones that give you trouble.
>MFW this game did what Bioshock and Bioshock 2 did years earlier and in a more fun and unrestricted way.
>MFW the atmosphere was the best out of any game I've played in most parts. I mean seriously holy dicks woah.
>MFW it can get hard as fuck if you don't know what you're doing.
>MFW it's long as fuck.
>MFW no one played it and this legitimately makes me sad when I think about it for too long.
It seriously is a fucking tragedy. Amazing game, play through it once a year at least with Deus Ex. There were mentions of a sequel, but it never happened because no one played the first game. It even got a fucking award for the best game that no one played.
Depends on your will and dedication to push through the first painful stages of a fresh character with no help. It can be quite an adventure once you start to learn what the fuck you're doing and can do, the wiki and sevenless' new player guides on the forums are a godsend
>MFW no one played it and this legitimately makes me sad when I think about it for too long.
It was genuinely scary up until you return from going back in time to the Monastery. At that point your so badass that nothing can really hurt you.
The top moments though are popping spectral vision to see people being hung from gallows, as well as those flaming skulls.
Also dat greenhouse.
I guess I'll try it soon then. I honestly don't care about knowing anything or how many tries it will take me. I am not keen on using guides because I like learning things on my own, unless there's some completely convoluted system within the game I think I might manage.
I remember it was somewhat boring but I still get a desire to play it from time to time.
Probably because it was my first RTS...
Ancient Conquest too, by the same company.
Well... It had good graphics for a 2002 game, that's for sure.
A lot of shit to it but basically you're a ghost hunter who helps your dumb fuck friend because a curse has fallen on his family for SOME MYSTERIOUS REASON WONDER WHY. Great game though in honesty, good reveals in the story, and again the comfy/lonely feel you can get while playing it is great. This isn't even getting into the gameplay.
>Played Warlords 1
>Could never find any sequels in my local gaming store.
Seriously I played the fuck out the first one. I did everything I could too - solved all the riddles, ran quests, played as every kind of hero etc etc.
All this love for 90's management games, truly a golden era.
>tfw two-man polish settlement
>tfw everyone gets wary or violent when they realize you're polish
>tfw living on the edge all the time, carrefuly explore and try to minimize interaction with others fearing for our lives, sometimes making sick getaways and training to defend ourselves
I don't know whether to like it or not.
This game was bullshit.
What was even going on
Anybody played this game?
>mfw remastered version came out on Steam last night
CMR2.0 was popular as fuck back in the day
RBR killed rally games
I can still hear the noises he makes when he takes damage. Such a weird, haunting, manly groan.
Also, I used to replay the fuck out of the bike chase level.
You, sir, are my nigger.
looks a bit like Liberty Prime to me
So many under rated waifus...
Great game, if you have a playstation emulator do you self a favor and snatch it up
> upgrading weapons at 100 ships when you got new ones
Airport Tycoon 2
It's a little difficult to tell since the textures are prone to flicker in and out of existence
Always thought the dinosaur was wearing some kind of pants.
The t-rex part was my favourite
>mfw that he says that for the first time
Fuck, I loved that quest.
>Buggy piece of shit
>Looks like ass
>Frames slow down to a crawl for no reason lasting 30 seconds after you place a piece of road
How the hell anon?
I tried so hard to enjoy this game
M.A.X. 2 bitches, this strategy game's demo had me so addicted when I was like 4.
>Decimate some mini russian village that is a bit more advanced to the place I'm at
>They cry on the forum
>Their fellow russians from the biggest village on the server travels across the world to come to their aid and kill me
>Made a new character a few times
>Everytime I killed somebody, regardless of where it happened, there would always be a forum post of the faggot I killed crying for help
The game isn't hardcore at all. It's actually filled with little bitches.
oh boy it rimmed black assholes on a daily basis but I loved that shit
If anyone can help me find this, it was a kind of business tycoon spacesimulator, you had to trade and shit it's really old.
I played it around 1997 I think, not sure, didn't understand a damn thing but I want to try it again
>there was a time i only played tycoon games
me too man, what the fuck happened to the genre?
there was a time where most tycoons were shovelwares with occasional goat but now it's fucking dead
I want to earn some virtual money dammit
My nigga. I remember playing this when I was little kid, except my copy was in German for some reason, and I couldn´t understamd any of it. so I just fucked around collecting orange crystals for money, killing electrtic anglerfish with an electric beam of my own and getting wrecked by triger-striped pirate subs. Good game, I might pirate it from tpb sometime.
I started to notice the decline right when Lemonade Tycoon 2 was released
I was taken aback by how little fun it was, also, the graphics were 2real4me, I like my pixelart.
Deep Sea Tycoon was cool tho
This game started my childhood obsession with WW2.
expecting a actual sequel, i was disappointed and then mildly satisfied.
Did anyone play this educational game ages back that was set in a museum after hours and you had to search around in all the different wings.
You'd know because it came with a USB Magnifying glass that you could use to interact with the game.
>mfw I see someone else post it
shit, I've posted this in so many of these threads,
I enjoyed it more than Burnout 3, and Kamikaze racing and Bomb Tag are unique and cool as fuck and I haven't seem them done in any other game
Sure, it was shallow. Sure, it was imbalanced.
But you got to play as a colony of spiders with heat-seaking missiles on their backs and that was cool as shit.
>That 'twist' ending
awww sheeeet like that wasn't obvious, he just happened to gain all these abilities each level
good game tho
Damn, I thought Binary Domain looked better...
>Play with friend
>Everything going well, have a little walled in farm & cabin
>As we're exploring for resources we find a cool dude living alone
>Invite him to our village
>Carting all his shit back to our place
>Have to cut around a fuck-huge property
>Part of it is a narrow passage between wall & cliff
>Gets stuck between cart, wall, cliff & bear
>Can do nothing but laugh as he gets mauled and continue hauling everything in my cart
>Fast forward a few days
>Nearly has his shit back in order
>Invests in swimming
>Goes a few tiles out
>Never touches it again
I got my fun out of it.
Had a lot of fun with this
Pretty British in its sense of humor
there were literally maybe 100 people at most that played this game back when i did ~10 years ago. i expect no one to know it.