Little Big Adventure

Discussion in 'Game Discussion' started by Tal, Oct 25, 2011.

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    Tal The Architect

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    Tal The Architect

    If you only want to play one, I'd recommend LBA2!
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    Katiechops Guild Master

    oh dear...
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    adagio Moderator

    Great more games on my list of games I have brought but will not get round to playing. LBA2, say hi to pyschonauts, just cause 2, startopia, beyond good and evil and outcast.

    Thanks tal
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    Tal The Architect

    Sweet, but seriously just commit to like a few hours this week to see if you like it. Please!
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    adagio Moderator

    I'll try but all this wow talk is making me want to lvl a new character in the new world.
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    Alaisy Veteran BOON

    Bought it when I got the email 3 days ago, along with Beyond Good & Evil. Already finished Outcast back in the day.

    Still hoping for Grim Fandango to come on

    Finding it more fitting to buy 20 of these gems than buying the next CoD or BF. Still thinking about it but meh, when you see these emails I can't resist. My list on gog is now longer than my list on Steam :)
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    Tal The Architect

    Pff, once you've played LBA2 you won't even consider it!
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    Alaisy Veteran BOON

    k played it for about an hour or two now, and I've just passed the part of getting to
    the port after grabbing the red bottle at the alchemy store

    There's a few things I can say of the game already though.

    - Very strange setting, but unique, with a strange planet your on with some rabbit and elephant races.
    - The game sound and music are very good for its time and catchy as well.
    - The graphics are amazing for its time, very very detailed and even the 3D animations are really surprisingly good for a game out of 1994.

    However, some things I haven't gotten into yet:

    - The controls are weird, even for an isometric game. It took me a while to find out how to actually move around properly and I had to look up the controls to find out how to attack (and get past the start).

    here's some controls that will help you along the very start of the game, the rest gets explained quite a lot later on.

    I'm not hooked to the game yet, reasons are the strange way the game saves. It uses checkpoints and when you die you return to these checkpoints, but you keep the items you collected. However any new checkpoint overwrites it, and just losing 1 life has a different way of returning you to a checkpoint then when it says ''Game Over''.. I'm still a little confused how this thing works still.

    The game is not easy, some enemies have to just be avoided because at this stage I cannot kill them yet.

    However I will put more time into it and finish it eventually, hopefully the game's charm and story will pay off later on.
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    Tal The Architect

    Btw, if I remember correctly; hitting enter fixes the camera before the game automatically does it for you.

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