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The Blackwell series / Re: Last game in the series?
« on: December 16, 2013, 06:37:05 PM »
aww phoey :(...guess ill just have to replay the whole series :)

The Blackwell series / Re: Getting closer...
« on: November 14, 2013, 02:25:37 AM »
SQUEE!! That is all.

Chit Chat! / Re: Do you have a "Forever" game?
« on: March 25, 2013, 12:34:45 AM »
I have a few forever games divided by Genre:

In the Startegy arena: Master of Magic (quite possibly the most perfect 4x strategy game ever) There have been a few spiritual sucessors over the years and especially as of late, but nothing has come close to the original it's been on every single one of my computers since, well since ive had a computer and continues to take up a now insignificant amount of space on even my latest gaming machine.

In the adventure genre: The Quest for Glory series. If there has ever been a better blend of RPG and adventure I haven't found it. I still haven't found another adventure game that allows for multiple approaches and solutions to almost every puzzle, (as it should be) nor a series that allows you to progress a single character through the span of 5 games, retaining his skills and stats as you go, though I hear Mass Effect does this.
 (seriously? it took over a decade for someone else to realize that this was a brilliant idea, that invested players in a series?)

In the shooter Arena: Halo (The Original)

My friends and I have been playing this game since it was released and we are probably going to be the last people remaining on the Halo 1 servers when they shut down its just so much fun. We tried moving on to halo 2 but the damn thing would not install on some of our copies of Win 7 for reasons even our most thorough tech support inquiries couldn't answer...so we stuck with the original...no regrets.

Those are my top 3 forever games.

Gemini Rue / Any chance of a sequel?
« on: March 25, 2013, 12:07:20 AM »
Gemini Rue was the game that got me started with Wadjet Eye games, I loved it from start to finish, sure it was a bit buggy at times but I could overlook that because the plot and action were so fantastic. When it was over I wanted more...but there wasn't more to be had..I've moved on to other WadjetEye titles since Gemini Rue and will probably end up playing everything this company has to offer, but I still recommend Gemini to any friend with even an inkling of adventure gaming in them and would support a Gemini Rue sequel in a heartbeat.

Thanks for the great game!

Gemini Rue / Re: gemini rue fan art
« on: March 24, 2013, 11:59:47 PM »

Hey guys, Long time reader first time writer and like most of you counting down the months till the next blackwell game. I know the game is well into development now, but I was curious as to what people might want to see in this next installment and as the series progresses.

Deception ended with a huge cliffhanger what with the reveal of the organization of "psychic vampires" or whatever it is they are called in the blackwell world, and the potential for Rosa to be running from the law, wanted for the deaths of Lisa and Gavin.

Of course I would totally love to see both these ideas expanded upon, with the psychic vampire cult becoming a real danger to Rosa and the police becoming a thorn in her side. She's managed to stay very much out of the wider world as far as her nightly activities are concerned and that seems to be just the way she likes it. It would be neat to have her confronted with the fact that her ghost saving might actually have serious consequences for her and her livelyhood, all the while also having to contend with Joey and the duties she is bound to.

Deception also gave us the first real clues to Joey's past and I'd also like to see that taken and run with. In fact it would be really neat to have a Blackwell game that is Joey centered, perhaps even set in the 1930's??? Having us play through the events leading up to Joey's death and binding to Rosa's grandmother.

Finally, id really like to see Blackwell expanded into the world beyond New York City, not necessarily be removing Rosa from the setting but by perhaps introducing a bestower from outside of New York into the series as a supporting character.

We've already seen that other bestowers exist via The Countess (though hopefully not all of them are totally crazy)  and it stands to reason that there are lost spirits all over the word (not just in New York) So why shouldn't there be other Bestowers operating...well just about anywhere really.

Just a few thought on what I'd like to see in the series. I'm sure whatever Dave comes up with will be phenomenal as usual.

Feel free to leave your thoughts!

Can't wait for Epiphany!   

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