Re: not very retro PWB
- From: DBSnappa <davidjREMOVEMEboughton@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2007 07:19:31 GMT
Toby Newman wrote:
On 2007-06-25, DBSnappa <davidjREMOVEMEboughton@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Not for BG&E I won't as the save I have where I'm looking for the rocket is on my old xbox which I gave to a neighbour's son. This is a new game and I'm only just about to leave the pedestrian district to go to the Nutripils factory. I know it's not the longest game in the world, but I suspect I don't have the stamina to get to the end in one session ;)Toby Newman wrote:On 2007-06-25, DBSnappa <davidjREMOVEMEboughton@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:It's one of those games that plays havoc with the aspect ratios on my LCD - something that only seems to effect certain games on the xbox even though it's set to widescreen it defaulted to some weird 4:3 box with borders all round the window. Anyway, it's a game I never finished (one of many for the original xbox) and I remember getting to the part where tou have to get to the moon and getting stuck - so I might have a fair old crack at this this week and see if I can get further through it - it is quite lovely, even if the camera is a bit irksome.[ste parker] wrote:Just lent this to a friend (on 'cube) and I miss it already. Not that IPlayBeyond Good & Evil (Xbox)
Started a new game of this, as my last save was on my chipped xbox which I gave to a neighbour. Haven't played it for ages and it still feels lovely. May persevere beyond the level I got to last time.
was playing it, but I liked having it in my cupboard. There's something
about unfinished series which captures the heart... This, Shenmue,
Not far from the end, either. You could probably finish this and Doom 3
in the same session!