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Posted at 16:12 on September 20th, 2020 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Puh, schwierig zu sagen. Die Gewichtung der Aspekte hat sich schon verschoben. 2002 fand ich sowas wie Sackgassen und Backtracking noch nicht so schlimm. Meine Geduld für sowas ist deutlich gesunken. Allerdings habe ich mir diesmal viel mehr (positive) Gedanken über die Zuverlässigkeit der Erzählung gemacht. Jene habe ich 2002 noch komplett als faktisch angenommen und war insofern damals eher enttäuscht angesichts der inhärent brüchigen Logik. Wenn man die als Absicht annimmt, wie diesmal, dann funktioniert der Teil wesentlich besser.
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Posted at 15:56 on September 20th, 2020 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Hat dir das Spiel 2002 oder 2020 besser gefallen?
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Posted at 07:50 on September 12th, 2020 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Big licences. This, right from its inception, was apparently Cyberdreams' marketing concept. Hans Ruedi Giger, creator of surreal biomechanical fantasy creatures and widely known since his contribution to the film Alien agreed to let his name and back catalogue to be used for their first game, Dark Seed. It was probably a good deal for Giger who didn't have to lift a finger (Cyberdreams were just allowed to use existing pictures and designs), but also for the newcomers to the game industry, as Giger's name ensured some media attention.


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Posted at 12:05 on February 21st, 2018 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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ID: 864
Title: Darkseed
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Language: English
Disks: 3.5" HD (1440kB) x 5
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Posted at 12:02 on February 21st, 2018 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Title: Darkseed
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Posted at 12:00 on September 4th, 2002 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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One of the better known Adventures from the early 90s, Darkseed features classic horror with the help of well-known Swiss artist H.R. Giger who also designed the monsters for 'Alien' (the movie). Your alter ego has just moved in an old villa in a small village. It was a real bargain! Suddenly, he gets this strange headache which is unbearable without the help of a lot of pills and from the first night in the house on, he gets weird nightmares about..... alien-like creatures.


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