LorpiusPrime says: My personal favorite RTS. It's got a lot of character and has aged surprisingly well.
LorpiusPrime says: Fun, if flawed, RPG with an odd chess-like system of turn-based combat. I played with several friends, each managing an individual character, and I think that made it significantly more fun. Easier to overlook the rough spots, anyway.
LorpiusPrime says: Took me a while to really get the hang of this one, but it's definitely been worth the time and effort. Haven't actually finished it yet, I'm still having too much fun exploring all the different potential character types.
LorpiusPrime says: Played this for the first time just a couple years ago. While I can see why it made such a huge splash in its time, and it did have some engaging moments, I don't feel it aged all that well.
LorpiusPrime says: Same feelings as I have for Fallout 1, it has its moments, but I couldn't ever get over the legacy feel. I'm sorry I didn't discover this series earlier in its life.
LorpiusPrime says: This was actually the first Fallout game I ever played, which may have warped my perspective somewhat because I didn't know any of the game canon to be bothered by the departures. Had a great time playing it, and still a nice occasional diversion.
LorpiusPrime says: HUGE potential for greatness, for all the reasons you can find elsewhere. Unfortunately marred a by a number of relatively minor issues that eventually pile up. Still well worth the money.
LorpiusPrime says: Several years passed between my first encounter with this game, when I had a lot of fun, and my eventual purchase, by which time it just didn't have the same spark. The action quickly gets boring, though Hippie mode is always good for a chuckle.
LorpiusPrime says: If you played these games when they first came out, then they might have nostalgia value. Otherwise, I don't recommend getting them unless you're looking for something to mock, or you're a masochist.
LorpiusPrime says: Bought this on GOG, and it definitely lives up to the hype. A few annoying graphics issues, but nothing game-breaking, and they're more than made up for by the absolutely excellent story.
LorpiusPrime says: I first played the shareware version of this way back when on an old 486 computer. My favorite part is actually a hidden mini-game. At the title screen, type "destruct". Play with a friend using opposite sides of the keyboard.
LorpiusPrime says: Awesome gameplay and character creation abilities, thanks to the D&D ruleset. The plot is all right, but difficult to fully appreciate because of the interface (which seems to handle just about everything BUT storytelling rather well).
LorpiusPrime says: SC2 has the best story of any video game I have *ever* played, full stop. The legacy controls take some getting used to, and the difficulty curve is unforgiving. But even now, just the opening cinematic brings tears to my eyes.
LorpiusPrime says: Think the original Medieval: Total War with some elements out of Civilization 3, set in the 18th century. I wasn't impressed.
LorpiusPrime says: Quite a fun little gem. The economic system defeats me, but the naval simulation is plenty fun and accessible. I actually think the ship combat is better done than in Empire: Total War, though of course it's much less pretty.
LorpiusPrime says: I wanted to like SWAT 2, but it just never let me. Frustratingly obtuse controls and obscure and unintuitive mission goals (I was often shouting "what am I supposed to DO here?!") make these very hard to jump in to.
LorpiusPrime says: Sort of a mixed bag, lots of cool ideas that aren't necessarily put together optimally or even consistently. The world is very interesting, but the plot is awkwardly told and often difficult to engage. The gameplay is fun but not spectacular.
LorpiusPrime says: Interesting potential here, but it mostly falls flat. Especially frustrating to realize that the impact of chance *far* outweighs the power of your rather limited strategy options during combat.
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