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toddzilla Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat May-22-04 09:13 PM
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3. i like both..
it depends on the genre, but i enjoyed wizardry 8 because it had turn based fighting that was really well executed. i miss the AD&D gold box games i used to play on my amiga.. horrible graphics, great gameplay.
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  -Computer Gamers: Has the move to "real time" in all game forms.... khephra  May-22-04 08:54 PM   #0 
  - Been playing  pmn   May-22-04 08:57 PM   #1 
  - Having the eye-hand co-ordination of a grape, I'm not really real-time  undisclosedlocation   May-22-04 09:08 PM   #2 
  - lol  Forkboy   May-23-04 03:43 AM   #11 
     - Yeah, somebody, possibly you, posted this before  undisclosedlocation   May-23-04 11:35 AM   #24 
  - i like both..  toddzilla   May-22-04 09:13 PM   #3 
  - Did you play Temple of Elemental Evil?  UnAmericanJoe   May-22-04 10:05 PM   #6 
  - I tried it, but my computer didn't like it for some reason  khephra   May-23-04 11:14 AM   #21 
  - those Gold Box games can still be found here  Forkboy   May-23-04 03:44 AM   #12 
  - Check out Silent Storm  UnAmericanJoe   May-22-04 09:26 PM   #4 
  - How does one play FPS in turn-based mode?  Endangered Specie   May-22-04 09:45 PM   #5 
  - sorry, too busy playing Civ II to try any other game  moof   May-22-04 10:16 PM   #7 
  - Probably the best of the Civ games  jpgray   May-23-04 06:29 AM   #16 
  - Ahh.... too be young and in love with nintendo.  luvamericahatebush   May-22-04 11:51 PM   #8 
  - I like both - try Sacred for a good real time RPG  TroubleMan   May-22-04 11:56 PM   #9 
  - Morrowind was pretty good!  UnAmericanJoe   May-23-04 03:37 AM   #10 
  - Gothic (I +II)is pretty good  Kellanved   May-23-04 05:01 AM   #14 
     - I'm downloading Gothic 2 right now (don't tell the RIAA)  UnAmericanJoe   May-23-04 01:46 PM   #29 
  - Oh, there are plenty of great real-time games  khephra   May-23-04 11:15 AM   #22 
  - I'm playing Sacred now  Book Lover   May-23-04 11:41 AM   #25 
  - With very few exceptions RTS's do little for me  Forkboy   May-23-04 03:49 AM   #13 
  - I miss game design. Like movies, it's all production values these days  jpgray   May-23-04 06:25 AM   #15 
  - Yeah! it's like Tao Fang: Fist of the Lotus (Or something like that.)  luvamericahatebush   May-23-04 01:39 PM   #27 
  - I like real time..  solinvictus   May-23-04 10:03 AM   #17 
  - Those were good games...you ever play Shining Force?  TroubleMan   May-23-04 10:20 AM   #19 
  - I still play Master of Orion 2  BigMcLargehuge   May-23-04 10:15 AM   #18 
  - so do I  Kellanved   May-23-04 11:11 AM   #20 
     - Oh man, MoO 3  khephra   May-23-04 11:46 AM   #26 
  - One game is the epitome of turn based awesomeness  BBradley   May-23-04 11:32 AM   #23 
  - Fallout is a great CRPG  UnAmericanJoe   May-23-04 01:45 PM   #28 
  - The Temple of Elemental Evil................  foamdad   May-23-04 02:19 PM   #30 
 

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