Did you ever play SC: Origins?Every few years i go back to "The Ur-Quan Masters" (I first played it when it was starcontrol 2) this game is a masterpiece.
What do you do with the custom hero system? I remember back when I played FF, that custom hero got so strong that the rest of the team wasn't needed at all.Freedom force, I play that from time to time still its aged very well due to the cartoon graphics and the gameplay is pretty solid.
Not a chance! But I've got time to do all that stuff - good advice for those people that don't seem to be able to finish games anymore.My tip for DAI and ME:A is don't try to do everything, the game feels much more natural if you skip half the side quests and do them on a second playthrough, it cuts the time down to around 50 or so hours and makes the game feel less tedious. Though i find that helps in tons of RPGs anyway, but these open world ones it really helps.
I recently came back to Empire. A wargame from 1987 - simple but addictive.What's one that you've returned to, perhaps because of an update, and how did it compare to your memories?
I still go back to Freelancer every now and then just to scratch an itch!I ask the PCG staff a regular Weekend Question and post the answers on the site. If you'd like to throw in an answer here, I'll squeeze the best into the finished article!
This week the question is: What's an old game you've come back to years later?
Left 4 Dead 2 has just added a new campaign. RuneScape is coming to Steam. Old games refuse to die. What's one that you've returned to, perhaps because of an update, and how did it compare to your memories?
The description reminds me of Advance Wars, which I have returned to several times as well exactly because it's simple but well executed.