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Post Sun Aug 22, 2004 9:11 am

GAME INFORMER

GameInformer magazine
Sept 2004
Vol XIV-#9 -Issue 137

Has a brief article by Eric W.H. Thornton "GREATEST GAME of all time"
Blade Runner.
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Post Sun Aug 22, 2004 10:41 pm

good. i doubt if its the greatest though. i still play it and everything, but i think Deus Ex is still a little better, but not by much.

i like lots of games, like the Monkey Island games (1-4), Deus Ex, Unreal, Doom, (almost) anything star wars, but out of all the games i have and have played, i still rank blade runner on my top 5. no matter how many times you've played it, its still fun and different each time.
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Post Sun Aug 22, 2004 10:56 pm

Still my favourite video game, in terms of what I wanted from it, and what I got from it... :)
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Post Mon Aug 23, 2004 1:18 am

Since I bought new HDD, I have BR installed on it permanently.
Just for good feeling. 8)
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Post Mon Aug 23, 2004 8:14 am

I. J. Thompson wrote:Still my favourite video game, in terms of what I wanted from it, and what I got from it... Smile

My favorite is Deus Ex, but that is exactly how it was the BR game for me. It was totally what I expected at the time.
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Post Mon Aug 23, 2004 9:26 pm

i rememebr the veyr first time i saw ANYTHING blade runner, it was the game. i was at a mall in orlando florida, and i went into a game store. i saw "blade runner", and a guy in a trenchcoat on the cover. at the time, i was like 6 or 7, and i thought blade runner was that movie with tom sellec and that crazy robot creator guy. who would've thought i would one day see the movie blade runner and come to LOVE the game? i didnt buy the game there and then though, because i was very little and didnt care. but about 2 years ago i finally got the game, and it has been on my top 5 list ever since.

i also agree, i got more than what i expected from such an old, primitive game. maybe primitive isnt the right word, it is still superior to any adventure (Point and Click Adventure) games ive ever played.
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Post Tue Aug 24, 2004 1:33 am

BR was one of the peaks of old-school point and click adventures, once a very popular genre, which is sadly almost dead now.
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Post Tue Aug 24, 2004 4:13 am

BR796164 wrote:Since I bought new HDD, I have BR installed on it permanently.
Just for good feeling. 8)


same as me here.
and so far it's still my best game in my collection, no doubts about that.

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