/vr/ - Retro Video Gaming

Old-school Video Game Discussion

Index Catalog Archive Bottom Refresh
Mode: Reply
Name
Options
Subject
Message

Max message length: 8000

Files

Max file size: 32.00 MB

Max files: 5

Supported file types: GIF, JPG, PNG, WebM, OGG, and more

E-mail
Password

(used to delete files and postings)

Misc

Remember to follow the rules

The backup domain is located at 8chan.se. .cc is a third fallback. TOR access can be found here, or you can access the TOR portal from the clearnet at Redchannit 2.0.

Maintenance complete! Major improvements have been made to the caching system and two bugs have been fixed.

8chan.moe is a hobby project with no affiliation whatsoever to the administration of any other "8chan" site, past or present.

ALL YOUR BASE ARE BELONG TO US Sister Boards Cool / 𝕃𝕒𝕚𝕟 || Check out Comfy / Tiki / Movies

(8.49 MB 800x600 ww3thief.webm)

WW3 Anonymous 05/14/2021 (Fri) 22:13:29 No. 91
Anybody like this game?
(261.01 KB 250x373 ClipboardImage.png)

(487.60 KB 518x349 ClipboardImage.png)

I only ever playued the first one and I couldn't quite understand what to do. This was by old Rareware if I recall right, their output back then was all over the place. You had some real gems and then crap like Taboo the Sixth Sense. Fun fact: This franchise was localized as Elron d for the Japanese market and got a cartoon/anime facelift
>>93 The first and second W&W were straightforward, even if batshit chaotic hard for beginners. You just beat levels until the game is done. W&W3 stands out because it wasn't that. It's an open world game that you need to figure out how to beat by exploring and talking to NPCs. It's much more chill. I do recommend it to you if the first game wasn't your cup of tea.
>>91 It's the only one of the trilogy that I never played. I always liked the artstyle and music of the W&W games.


Forms
Delete
Report
Quick Reply