Geneforge 4: Rebellion

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Apprentice
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There are a lot of possible reasons for me to love this game.
However, the best part is; it is fun to follow the tale of the story and the image as it comes together.
This game really deserves a mainstream, high critism, that even people who don't play games should know about it the way we know about important films, music, novels, poems and etc...
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Infiltrator
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I agree. As I just said in the other Geneforge forum, G4's intriguing decision process is unheard of in the mainstream RPG world. It would make a much better story (or stories) than almost any other game out there. I like it. :D

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Shock Trooper
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Originally written by Taliesin:
It would make a much better story (or stories) than almost any other game out there.
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Agree!

But still I think Avernum is better.

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Warrior
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Avernum is great, but ultimately forgetable (IMO). Geneforge is just incredibly unique and has relevance to contemporary issues.
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Warrior
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Maybe we could get a review of Geneforge in GI. That would definitely turn some heads.

But that might not be the best way to go. Especially without Jeff's permission.

[ Sunday, October 28, 2007 10:14: Message edited by: Corrupted One ]

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