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Discussion in 'General Gaming and Hardware Forum' started by maximaz, Aug 8, 2009.
Great to see you posting again but you are wrong sadly!
One of the words is another word for ruler.
Lords of Magic. I’ve never played it, but I’ve always seen it floating around.
Correct and Streets of Rage but not sure which one.
I think only the first one had the cop car special move. Definitely not the third.
Always made me smile how that move worked when you're on a boat.
It's Streets of Rage 2.
Hexen my lady.
Did a sticky so this will never die again.
Should keep us entertained a little at least.
What's this one?
That looks so familiar. Is it by the same people who made Dragon's Lair?
Kinda looks like DnD...
It is D&D; it is a TSR first of its kind.
Gave up so soon? (The above is quite a hint; as there can be only one first of its kind...)
Does look somewhat familiar. Give another screen.
Is it a Video?
Is it a Game?
(Is it that Dragon Strike VHS game? I’ve never played it, nor seen what it actually looks like, but I remember the ads in comics.)
@Gizmojunk Give us a hangman hint.
This is a licensed D&D video game title, and [afaik] the very first in its genre.
I am gonna randomly guess and say Temple of Elemental Evil.
This game released seven years before ToEE, and also it is not an RPG.
The publisher accidentally released the full source code for the engine with the game's demo installer.
The publisher either omitted (or forgot?) to include the game's intro cinematic on the disc... so it hasn't got one—unless the player obtains the video file from the public demo installer.
* The screenshots I posted before are still frames from the game's intro cinematic.
No it is not. Apparently the developer only ever made one game; this one.
*Trivia: The credits list Feargus Urquhart as TSR Foreman.
Tramell Ray Isaac was an artist on the game; (also an artist on Fallout).
Blood and Magic. Jesus Christ, completely forgot about this game.
And if that’s not it I’ll buy the game and eat it on camera.
Edit: what game is George Costanza playing?
Probably Metroid Prime.
One of the first games of it's type I think.
Looks like Deathlok’s cousin. I have no idea on this one.