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Offline Kamikaze

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I just finished Chrono Cross (wonderful game by the way) and am now pondering on the themes presented in the game and now I'm thinking: "Who would play a campaign in which you travel in time and space?"

 It would basically have a fleet of ships - possibly GTVA or something else travel time to erase or battle a "rift" (for those of you who've played CC, the eater of time) in time. Or perhaps you're a disturbance and died in another dimernsion....

Anyway: interesting idea or too much RPG for me? :p
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Offline Mr. Vega

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Think of all the campaign branches........
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Offline Setekh

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CC rules. CT rules. The whole franchise r0x0rs. :D

I'd play it. :)
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Offline Eishtmo

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I thought of a time traveling campaign.  Of course, I wrote it so the time travelers could never change the past, making an interesting series of missions from the beginning of the 14 Year War going to the very, very first appeareance of the Shivans, to eventually going beyond "the lions den" as it were.

Too bad I can't make a mission to save my life.
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Offline mikhael

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Originally posted by Setekh
CC rules. CT rules. The whole franchise r0x0rs. :D

I'd play it. :)


New Chrono game soon, Steak. I'll try to find the exact details for you. :)

All I can say is that any game that has a main character whose weapon of choice is an OAR gets my vote. :D
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Offline Kamikaze

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Another one!?... and why haven't I heard of it - damned square news sites...

And fitting Oars in Freespace is a bit..... :D
Science alone of all the subjects contains within itself the lesson of the danger of belief in the infallibility of the greatest teachers in the preceding generation . . .Learn from science that you must doubt the experts. As a matter of fact, I can also define science another way: Science is the belief in the ignorance of experts. - Richard Feynman