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User Info: KillerTruffle

KillerTruffle
3 years ago#11
I don't think it was a "popular" game because others at the time were better, but it most certainly wasn't unknown.
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User Info: Venom3D

Venom3D
3 years ago#12
Ikari Gendo posted...
There was more than just Blake Stone? Or was it like the episodic nature that most fps had at the time?


There were two games. The first was Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold, the second was Planet Strike.

User Info: eviljet

eviljet
3 years ago#13
Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold has a release date of Dec 3, 1993. Check out the original Doom's release date....

December 10, 1993. It was a decent game but it just had no chance. I like it but it was the first game to give me motion sickness, which other games of the era didn't do... I have no idea why though my best guess is something to do with the color palette.
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User Info: Hi C

Hi C
3 years ago#14
ID bought the casual market into PC gaming at the time with their simpler engine and shooting mechanics. It kind of obscured everything else for a while.


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3 years ago#15
Slayn posted...
Who is Blake Stone?


This.

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User Info: Ikari Gendo

Ikari Gendo
3 years ago#16
eviljet posted...
Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold has a release date of Dec 3, 1993. Check out the original Doom's release date....

December 10, 1993. It was a decent game but it just had no chance. I like it but it was the first game to give me motion sickness, which other games of the era didn't do... I have no idea why though my best guess is something to do with the color palette.


Ah excellent. It's all making sense now.
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InTheEyesOfFire
3 years ago#17
Ahhhh. Fond memories.
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User Info: Jprime666

Jprime666
3 years ago#18
I had the shareware version way back when.
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User Info: JKatarn

JKatarn
3 years ago#19
Hi C posted...
ID bought the casual market into PC gaming at the time with their simpler engine and shooting mechanics. It kind of obscured everything else for a while.


Sound familiar?


Compared to what was available at the time, it certainly wasn't simple (especially if you were trying to beat a level under par and/or at higher difficulty levels), with each weapon having advantages/disadvantages, and it was certainly not simpler than the gunplay in Blake Stone, quite the opposite.
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