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Slaykill
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Slaykill
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December 29, 2001
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Re: No subject
Jan 16, 2002, 17:44
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Re: No subject Jan 16, 2002, 17:44
Jan 16, 2002, 17:44
 
#8 wrote:
"...The stanima and gas grenades are a very cool feature."

Hmm, 'stanima' eh? Is that sort of a cross between a stim-pack and an enema? Sounds nasty. And I don't even want to consider a 'gas grenade' either

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Re: No subject
Jan 12, 2002, 09:30
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Re: No subject Jan 12, 2002, 09:30
Jan 12, 2002, 09:30
 
I was joking in my comment, but anyway UT isn't the only game that allows downloads to the client from the server.

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UT viruses rule
Jan 11, 2002, 21:50
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UT viruses rule Jan 11, 2002, 21:50
Jan 11, 2002, 21:50
 
I hope not. Personally I liked downloading virus after virus from UT servers, sometimes I'd get seven or nine viruses a day - more on weekends. Then did you ever get the virusvirus? Those are the viruses you download from UT servers that actually destroy the original viruses you download from UT servers. Boy those were the days. I really hope they keep those downloadable viruses in UT2.

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No subject
Jan 8, 2002, 18:13
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No subject Jan 8, 2002, 18:13
Jan 8, 2002, 18:13
 
Screw Speedball 2, I still have the original Speedball 1 for the Amiga. I can't believe it still works now that I think of it...

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Competition
Dec 31, 2001, 17:15
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Competition Dec 31, 2001, 17:15
Dec 31, 2001, 17:15
 
>Just how well will Unreal II stand up against the competition?

If we have to pit one game against other games in some sort of "which game reigns supreme" type of thing, then I suppose U2 really will hold up pretty well. At least from the screenshots it looks good, and being a fan of the original and UT (including the physics which didn't take me long to master) it's certainly at or near the top of coveted games list.

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PKA
Dec 29, 2001, 10:54
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PKA Dec 29, 2001, 10:54
Dec 29, 2001, 10:54
 
Man I gotta admit I love Painkeep. That's the most intense straight DM there ever was and the level design is practically unequalled. I usually end up playing it for a few days before burning out on the sheer intensity level of the thing, but it's fun to go back to occasionally, like when a new release comes out!

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Re: No subject
Dec 29, 2001, 10:49
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Re: No subject Dec 29, 2001, 10:49
Dec 29, 2001, 10:49
 
I tried it out in its early stages, but haven't got around to trying the newer versions. I really liked it but there were a few others who seemed not so big on it. You know how you can see your weapon and your hands and arms holding it? Well the guns looked fine but the arm/hand looked very crude (which was my main beef with the mod). Hopefully they've changed that in the "final".

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