I saw it but I was like a deer in headlights and I opted for Battle For Middle Earth II instead (which was good IMO). I later saw someone else playing it. I thought it was anti-Lovecraftian in its action and believe they should do a mystery-based game likewise for the rpg that I've said a million times before blah, blah, blah, blah...
BTW I just want to mention that I just got STAR WARS: EMPIRE AT WAR at Target for $19.99 and at first I was a little reluctant (having played through the landbased demo earlier this year with my nephew) but au contraire... Remember STAR WARS: REBELLION and STAR WARS: FORCE COMMANDER? Well combine those two games with STAR TREK: ARMADA make them less clunkier and this is a complicated violent strategy that you can win or lose depending on your approach. The space battles really feel like you're in command of a gigantic mess just like RETURN OF THE JEDI's Death Star battle
Scott, did you ever get to play this video game? Visually it looks like the graphics and action are on par with the first Half-Life game. In fact, the dimension of Xen especially reminded me of the Lovecraft Mythos. I was wondering if this game did Lovecraft justice. It looks like a sort of "The Shadow Over Innsmouth" set up.
Last Edit: Oct 20, 2012 19:47:51 GMT -5 by GRWelsh