McDondo says: Started out quite interesting, but there seems to be something about it that fails to grasp my attention halfway through the game. The fact that it has some compatibility issues with modern OS's (which are addressed) keeps me from giving it a shot.
McDondo says: Every management game stops being interesting as soon as I realize I'm playing with pretend money. Dunno if it has a proper ending too!
McDondo says: Fun concept, hilarious situations, but ultimately dissapointing "story". Nice to try, uninteresting to beat.
McDondo says: I didn't play the original module in pen&paper, so the historic value of it is lost to me. Having a small level cap that you are unaware of also is a heavy blow that is not easily forgiven. Another one of those I should give a second chance.
McDondo says: This is one of the games I've stacked in my pile of shame. I haven't got the drive to play through it since I already know almost the entire plot and twists from spoilerific gatherings with my friends who played it back when it strained your hardware
McDondo says: Another one in the pile of shame, for almost the same reason as Baldur's Gate. I've even tried to sit down and finish it no less than 10 times, but I always end up forgetting it's even there.
McDondo says: I was in it for the tactical gameplay, which got me interested enough to go through most of it. Eventually my characters were so unbeatable I kinda let it go out of sight until a clean install came around and I forgot to copy my saves.
McDondo says: As of every space sim I couldn't finish, this particular one is the one I'm most interested in as soon as I can get a nice joystick to go with it. Originaly I've played it with my trusty FFeedback 2, which unfortunately is out of commision right now
McDondo says: Attack, defend, lose territories, win some, mercs rebelling, hiring new ones.... It takes ages to make some kind of proggress, and it hardly sticks! I'm not giving up on it yet!
McDondo says: Started incredibly interesting, but lost momentum as soon as the story started making little sense and the enemies became ridiculously hard to beat.
McDondo says: Sold some key plot element (an amulet I think) and the thought of restarting after weeks of playing knocked me down of my hopes of finishing it.
McDondo says: Give me a break... I was 14 and got scared as soon as I touched that damn teddy bear. I'm currently tiptoeing around it and hope to finish it as soon as I can get past that bloddy fifth chapter.
McDondo says: If the "canon ending" counts, I did finish it. But with so many rockets coming to my face as soon as my guys set foot on those crash sites...
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