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Why would anyone want to reissue a 1996 FMV-based adventure-game in the current climate, when the last time either FMVs or, indeed, adventures really held any cachet with gamers was, well, 1996?... read more

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Postby Cheese » 23 Jul 2007, 18:21

Sounds right up my alley
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Postby Stewgeary999 » 23 Jul 2007, 18:56

Isn't Bernard Manning dead? That would be why he isn't ageing well... :(
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Postby dahsif » 24 Jul 2007, 02:19

This was the greatest adeventure game of the 90's you idiots. Up there with "Under a killing moon" and "The Pandora Directive"...And That's the reason why they are re relasing it today.


Thank you, you may now get back to playing Nintendogs.
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Postby kricca » 24 Jul 2007, 14:18

This was great first time round. I remember avoiding the razor blades for the first play through the game, then realising they didn't hurt anyway..
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Postby dahsif » 25 Jul 2007, 01:35

kricca wrote:This was great first time round. I remember avoiding the razor blades for the first play through the game, then realising they didn't hurt anyway..


I remember taking a copy of my trusty Guardian and wanting to erase that damn roach from the face of the Earth (and that of the PC screen).
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Postby falloutwarchief » 25 Jul 2007, 17:33

Bad Mojo is getting/has a re-release? That's crazy. I remember playing it back in the day, yeah the environments were grimy and dirty but that was a huge part of it, partly for added detail because you were so close to the ground, and also just to illustrate how horrible a neighbourhood this was.
Maybe it doesn't hold up anymore, but I really enjoyed this game back in the day. Good levels, good puzzles, good memories, and as far as I'm concerned, good game.
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