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Posted at 22:14 on December 7th, 2014 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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I felt something similar while giving this one here a try, ecxcept in my case it was Prince of Persia, which I liked (and therefore played) a lot.
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Posted at 04:39 on December 7th, 2014 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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I had an issue with this game, and exactly because of its striking resemblance to Flashback. I couldn't enjoy it to the fullness as i would feel i'm playing a kind of cheap knockoff of Flashback, although it didn't quite look cheap, but... ugh.. it just wasn't original anymore. Then again, i can't say i loved Flashback, but at least it was one of a kind.
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Posted at 09:22 on January 9th, 2014 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Re Czech translation: Incredibly cool thing! :) How did you do this? Byte by byte with a hex editor?
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Posted at 02:00 on November 3rd, 2000 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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dude.. monster???? this game was masterfull in its time. beeyatch
Posted at 01:00 on November 3rd, 2000 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Ahhh Blizzard, how far have you come since this monster?
Posted at 00:00 on November 3rd, 2000 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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