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# 209002 8-Mar-2017 16:58
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Hi guys,

 

I need some help remember the name of a game I played 10 years+ ago.

 

I'm pretty sure it was windows98... possibly XP.

 

Anyway, It was a myst type of game, as in the scenes are static and you moved around the scenes to interact with objects/weapons/baddies (kinda like alone in the dark, but a bit more advanced character polygons). The story as a remembered it was you were a guard at a palace and things went bad (as they do). I think you are cursed with a thing where if you "rage" you became sort of part animal. The more you use that ability, the more animal and less human you became. So using this ability/curse thing was actually bad over time, but usually got you out of tight spots.

 

I've scoured youtube and google trying to find this game, but I just haven't hit the mark yet.

 

Does this ring any bells, the description is fragmented as my memory of the game is!

 

$5 for whoever get's it right.

 

Thanks :P


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  # 1733243 8-Mar-2017 19:44
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Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver?




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  # 1733247 8-Mar-2017 19:51
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No but thanks for trying!


 
 
 
 


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  # 1733278 8-Mar-2017 20:28
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Streets of rage?

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  # 1733280 8-Mar-2017 20:34
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http://gameslikefinder.com/games-like-myst/

 

Ugh, I haven't heard of many of these




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  # 1733352 8-Mar-2017 22:03
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Name of the game is Dark Earth... 

 

 

 

My description is within cooee (sp) :)

 

 

 

case closed! phew.


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