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If your PC is less than 5 years old you could run them on max.
Blood Omen 1 came out for PC, but it wouldn't be bad to play it in a PSX emulator, it could be better, actually.
Soul Reaver 1 came out on PC and that's the recommended version (Far prettier  ;D ) Also, runs great!
Soul Reaver 2 as a PS2 game so its prettier and the PC version is great too.
Blood Omen 2 was better on PC than consoles but still.. Ehm, play it if you are really engaged, otherwise wiki it.
Defiance was a 2005 game a little more taxing than SR2 (But not much) and better played with joystiq/pad. A great game and a satisfing conclusion.

I think Cox and MS could do far worse than taking example from Legacy of Kain.

Yeah I just do not pc game at all bad experiences in the past even today I hardly play any games on my laptop and I wanted to try out Rusty Hearts too.
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Yeah I just do not pc game at all bad experiences in the past even today I hardly play any games on my laptop and I wanted to try out Rusty Hearts too.
Oh ok then syou should only have problems with Blood Omen and as I said, use a PSX emulator for iit, the others run like a charm :) I recommend you the GoodOldGames version for Soul Reaver.

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Oh ok then syou should only have problems with Blood Omen and as I said, use a PSX emulator for iit, the others run like a charm :) I recommend you the GoodOldGames version for Soul Reaver.

I only emulated acouple of times and that was for tales of phantasia and earthbound( RPG nut I am) so emulation is not at the top of my list I do really prefer to have the actual copies you know, but if I go on a garage sale and find the pc versions I will buy and try them. Since they are old it should play on a laptop/pc easy right?

But yeah the ps2 titles are now on my list and soul reaver for ps1(studing goes a long way  ;) ) as well Ty again :)
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I agree with Ahasverus.

I say emulate it, if you have to. But I prefer PC games.

That said... If you only want to see the story, you can do that with Melchiah's videos, if you ever find it. I had it, but I can't find where I put them. They're basically HD gameplay that cuts out the puzzles, and only leaves cutscenes to play out the story. Huge files though, and very hard to find nowadays.
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Yeah, people are really taking this comparision so seriously and literal. I still think it's pretty accurate, even if IGA is not doing the EXACT same thing as Burton. That was not even the point. The point was explaining how the IGA games and Cox games are related to each other, and that they're two different takes on the very same thing. I don't see what's so incredibly wrong with that.

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Nolan? Mmmmm no, Michael Bay YES, but no Nolan.
I guess that all IGA haters are rejoicing now. Have fun with your fancy Belmont Dracula and rat stealth.

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Nolan? Mmmmm no, Michael Bay YES, but no Nolan.
Not enough booms and kablooies.
It is precisely because it never cared, that people do care.  It's something which it's lacking, because that which it has, it has lackluster of.
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Nolan? Mmmmm no, Michael Bay YES, but no Nolan.
As if Bay ever tried to focus on the story...

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Not enough booms and kablooies.

and ninja alien turtles

can ya believe it  :-\
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Nolan? Mmmmm no, Michael Bay YES, but no Nolan.

I'm not the biggest fan of the LoS direction, but ouch! That's pretty harsh.

Now Resident Evil, yes, you could definitely say that Michael Bay is directing those games nowadays, especially with Resident Evil 6: Bro-Splosion.

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Nolan? Mmmmm no, Michael Bay YES, but no Nolan.

Nah he's no Michael Bay, not enough explosions and stereotypical african americans doing zany hood shit in the face of danger.

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I wonder how Michael Bay would do a gundam movie.
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That is one of the best things I've seen all week.


No lie. Thank you.

No problem I like the pictures more than the article it's self. All about fun.  ;D
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