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Old 21-02-2004, 11:00 PM   #1
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Woo! I love these games.

http://www.thief3.com
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Cool I was a big fan of the first one.
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http://www.thief3.com/

You got the i and e backwards

(But thank's for the notice, i'm eagerly waiting this game hoping it's not going to be as much of a mess as Deus Ex Invisible War.)
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oops, thanks. fixed now
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I'm waiting for this one first
http://www.doom3.com/
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blah, I dont have much interest in doom.
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Yea it’s a preferences of taste, I like Thief but I’m in to gore :rambo: I’d rather Blow some ones head off then shoot them in the butt with an arrow.
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Game's out!

Aside from a rather annoying camera control problem in first person, it's great!
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That would be a fun challenge, model a fave character from an older video game. Or something along those lines.
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not a bad idea
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Actually to add to my idea for a possible modelling challenge, take a old-school video game character who was pretty much 2 dimensional VGA blocks and give him/her a 3rd dimension.

Like the early side-scrolling games Sierra had, I do recall Kings Quest, or Space Quest.. were definetly fun.
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