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April 17th, 2009, 19:33
Originally Posted by skavenhorde View Post
They had those back in the 90's. The gaming companies were experimenting with real actors in the games. Only a couple managed to pull it off well. Privateer 2 and Gabriel Knight 2. Still he would have those damn cut scenes. So I guess he wouldn't like those either.
I thought Wing Commander III and IV weren't half bad either.
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April 17th, 2009, 21:56
Originally Posted by wolfing View Post
That's the problem with mixing RPGs and shooters (Fallout 3, Mass Effect). They'll want it less RPGy and more Shooty, until all that's left is Quake with a few irrelevant numbers
Well said. I think a certain sort of players tries to take over a whole genre they're not native to.

Originally Posted by skavenhorde View Post
They had those back in the 90's. The gaming companies were experimenting with real actors in the games. Only a couple managed to pull it off well. Privateer 2 and Gabriel Knight 2. Still he would have those damn cut scenes. So I guess he wouldn't like those either.
Don't forget ToonStruck with Christopher Lloyd.

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