A first-person real-time strategy set in an alternative history universe where the all powerful resource is not spice but scraps of bio-metal. The USA and Soviet fight it out on different planets in the solar system and you pick one of them to fight for. Played from first-person shooter perspective so you can run around, drive around, order your forces around and be overrun by the enemy.
Once again a brave hero have lost his true love and need to go down the deep dungeons to rescue her from a ritual sacrifice. By this time one could think that all heroes should have learned their lesson and stayed home more as everyone's goal in life seems to steal their loved ones.We see our brave knight from a third person view as he hacks away at the ones that stand in his way. Not much more happens in this game as it's all about chopping the heads of monsters with your sword. The swords can be controlled by a system were you use the mouse to swing it but it's almost impossible to hit anything and rather then looking like a swordsman you die by the sword of the enemy if you try it. Can also be played in multiplayer but only with the same old death match like every other game.
Set in a distant future where Earth is condemned and mercenaries now raid the dead planet. Battle robots left behind and other mercenaries. Linear levels, lacklustre enemies and weapons makes me prefer to play Descent instead.
In Half-life you play Gordon Freeman, a new employ at the Black Mesa research facility. Like always the experiment goes wrong and portal is open to another world and monsters attack. Our hero picks up some guns and the game turn into a very nice first person shooter. Overall a great game but with some sections a bit to long. The end is also long and boring.
Nice mood and very good speech. The story is not that good and all puzzles have only one way to solve them. The hero you play is so good that you sometimes wish that you can reach into the screen and kill him.
First-person shooter set during the Vietnam War. Techology was moving fast in 98 and this game was horrible outdated when released. Duke nukem still works in 2020 but it played to the strengths of the build engine, not fighting against it.
Science fiction real-time strategy. Like Warcraft but rather then stealing the setting from Warhammer Fantasy Battle Blizzard stole it from Warhammer 40,000 :). Three species to play, the Terrans, the Zerg and the Protoss. Each side have it's own style of gameplay but there is to much micromanagement of all the units to be fun.
King of the sneak games. You play as Garret, a master thief in a dark steam punk world. You goal is to get rich by sneaking into and stealing as much loot as you can from peoples houses. This is best done by staying in the shadows, making as little sound as possible and disabling the guards and hiding their bodies. There are often many paths to use to reach a area in the game and one needs to spend some time watching the movements of guards before moving forward. One also have tools like lock picks and water arrows to snuff out torches.
The story is told between the missions in movies and in books and texts found in the game. The order of the hammer and pagans battle each other and both try to use Garret as a pawn in their game and the mystical keepers act in the shadows and try to use anyone.
Thief is one of the best sneak game, to bad they used the stealth technology in the advertising of the game also. Best levels was The Sword and Assassins levels. There are also a Thief Gold version that add three extra levels to the game.
First in the series of games about the Rainbow Six counter-terrorist unit All of them tactical shooters that focus on stealth and teamwork an all of them great fun to play cooperative multiplayer in. Before each mission you get a briefing where you can choose the operatives to use. Next is the planning phase where you can set-up paths and orders for the teams and finally you execute the mission and hope for the best. If all goes well a mission does not take to long but as the most common question in any Rainbow Six LAN event is 'did anyone see who killed us' a mission often takes a lot of practice.
For the story it is safe to ignore it, it's the same evil plot like in any other Tom Clancy book but without the 500 pages to get to the point.
First-person shooter where a prison ship with the player as a prisoner crash on a alien planet called Na Pali and the player need to escape from it. You fight the evil Skaarj that now rule the planet and get some help from the Nali, the former rulers. Nice levels to explore but it feels wasted on a first-person shooter.
Real-time strategy game in the Warhammer world. Take the role as commander Morgan and order your army around on the battlefield and slay the evil orcs and undead. Fun talk between the battles was also :).
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