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ROSS’S GAME DUNGEON: MESSIAH

In a rush, have to head out and am posting video before Youtube’s processed it, should appear before too long. Have a good Christmas!

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everything sucks we should just have new years all year round.

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2 hours ago, RaTcHeT302 said:

CHRISTMAS SUCKS

it clearly should be hallowen ALL YEAR AROUND instead

Halloween, the only worthwhile holiday left.

"I don't trust a man that doesn't have something strange going on about him, cause that means he's hiding it from you. If a man's wearing his pants on his head or if he says his words backwards from time to time, you know it's all laid out there for you. But if he's friendly to strangers and keeps his home spick-and-span, more often than not he's done something even his own ma couldn't forgive." -No-bark Noonan

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OH MY GOD! Santa Claus in Trouble was THE childhood game for me. I played it ENDLESSLY! The thing is, the game STARTS easy but it actually gets fairly difficult and fun as you go through it. I should still have the original CD back in my parents house, need to find it.

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Just want to mention that personal favorite puzzle game 3D Ultra Lionel Traintown has like half a dozen levels where you have to save Christmas. You know, in case you're starving for Christmas material next year.

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I bought this game on GOG along with like every other Shiny Entertainment game, including other games from this era like Giants: Citizen Kabuto. Shame it's kind of a ball-buster, I think the devs wanted to give the player a sandbox for causing chaos, but there's just one too many obstacles in the way and not enough signposting.

 

There's a bunch of other games from around 2000 that have similar sci-fi aesthetics. Slave Zero and Forsaken come to mind, and the former even has the same basic premise of taking down a totalitarian dictator, except you're a reprogrammed bio-mech who has to shoot through everything instead of being an angel that has to stealth through everything. 

 

Lastly, I think we could use some fanart of Bob asking Saint Septevar from Apocalyptica if he's one of the good guys. 

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5 hours ago, RocketDude said:

 

 

There's a bunch of other games from around 2000 that have similar sci-fi aesthetics. Slave Zero and Forsaken come to mind

Or, Forsahken, as we called it in Eastern Europe

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3 minutes ago, RaTcHeT302 said:

HEY, WHAT ABOUT WEST EUROPE

forguntergliebenglauchenglobensaken

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Im real person, I was born in 1984 and Live in maine Google Freeman0032 For all my social media. 

Yes we are living in the age of "fake people" IRL and online. so I understand. Anyway. My goal was to show appreciation for the art that is these video's and to find link's to more content or a twitch stream. 

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Yes I agree, I also agree on a much larger scale. With Misinformation and Bots spreading it. I could go on and on about that and mgs2. I will not do that out of respect for this space. 

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Apparently the "oof" death sound effect from roblox is ripped from this game.

World's largest wildfire is happening right now in Montana.

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About low fidelity 2000s games with weird and janky gameplay but trying to pioneer things, I'd like to suggest to Ross Omikron: Nomad Soul.

 

It's a very good game, or at least I liked it a lot as a kid, despite the jank (which was even at the time completely perceptible, much like Messiah).

 

It has European sensibilities and storytelling, some outdated tropes, David Bowie, a lot of ambition, and, weirdly, possession!

 

I looked around to see if someone suggested it and couldn't find anything, so there. If there's a better place to suggest things, please let me know.

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