|Scynne - 2010-09-28 |
Is this game nothing but quick time events?
Uh, dude, back when the term "quick time event" was coined (for, I believe, Shenmue) a lot of people described it as being the same as laserdisk games. Like this one.
|Killer Joe - 2010-09-28 |
Yeah, big help there Sancho.
|StanleyPain - 2010-09-28 |
I used to love this laserdisc game. It was one of a rare few that gave you the visual clues, thus making it way less frustrating than the traditional "guess what the fuck you're supposed to do" type laserdisc games.
They weren't as glaringly obvious as they are here, but Dragon's Lair and Space Ace definitely had visual clues.
The worst clue for Dragon's Lair was finally figuring out that one room (the chessboard one with the animated armor armed with a lightning sword) had a first move that depended on noticing which hip had Dirk's sword on it.
|baleen - 2010-09-28 |
I hated these types of games when I was a little baleen.
|Lan Tianhe - 2010-09-28 |
q: do you know why Don Quixote is the only man was ever at peace with the world?
a: because he's the only man who was friends with his Sancho
also those two are crossdressers, everyone knows that in Spain it is only the women who are blonde
|Chalkdust - 2010-09-28 |
where's the true ending, where it is revealed you have been engaged in combat with a series of increasingly treacherous windmills?
|BiggerJ - 2010-09-28 |
This was undoubtedly based upon the older translation of the work, which downplayed (if not outright ignored) the fact that Don Quixote was a delusional whackjob.
|The McK - 2010-09-28 |
But clearly relevant to Pierre Menard's vision.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2010-09-28 |
That witch really hates Super Don Quixote.
|chumbucket - 2010-09-28 |
games better for spectating than playing and
|YakooMarkTwo - 2010-09-28 |
Why even have a scoring system? you're going to score the same every time you play.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2010-09-28 |
If this had Don Bluth animation it would've been a classic. The Haim Saban look is still kind of nice though.
|feathersfall - 2010-09-28 |
That monster Totem Pole separated in such a melodramatic way. Also, Fred from Scooby-Doo and Maleficent?
I like how after killing the bats, DQ was happy, while after the flying North Pacific totem pole controlled by stereotype Africans (?), he was unsettled and confused.
|FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown - 2010-09-28 |
Curse those Africans and their rocket-propelled exploding attack totem poles.
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2010-09-28 |
So is the donkey dead, or did Sancho manage to pull the electric jellyfish off of its face?
|Seris - 2010-09-29 |
wheres the part of the game where sancho takes a shit on the donkey and quixote pukes in his mouth
|jangbones - 2010-09-30 |
an outstanding illustration of man's futile effort against self-created obstacles
in this case, the game creators' struggles against their failure to grasp basic tenets of technology and entertainment
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