I have this hypothetical question I'd like to present to all of you: Imagine game X, made by company Y. Company Y is from Germany, so X is released in german. X is then released in the USA in english, by company Z. Same box, same contents, only translated, and different company logo on the box.
Actually, Karl, you were close. It wasn't one of the Amber* RPGs (which I'd love to get, no matter the language!) or the Arkania saga, of which I really prefer the US version because I don't (yet) understand too much of german and I really like the saga. It was actually Legend of Faerghail,
Hey, since Barbarian has been mentioned, I have a UK copy of Barbarian II: Dungeons of Drax (the actual Palace sequel, not the Psygnosis game), does anyone know if that game was ever published here in the states and if so under what name? Hugh Falk wrote: Package variations are the spice of
Good point on that one Pedro. I have that similar poster from the UK version of Barbarian II stored in plastic...very...nice. :-) Hugh -Original Message- From: Pedro Quaresma [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2001 11:40 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [SWCollect]
Epyx released a game called Axe of Rage...I don't remember what the game was about, but that could be it. I also have the UK version of Barbarian II...not as good as the orginal overall, but still a very good game. Hugh -Original Message- From: Karl Kuras [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Hi Pedro, Assuming it's the type of game I collect (i.e. parser adventure or anything Infocom), I'd eventually want both as I'm big on package variations. Since your scenario states that the game is for collecting and not for playing, I probably wouldn't have a preference on which was obtained
Hugh Falk wrote: Epyx released a game called Axe of Rage...I don't remember what the game was about, but that could be it. I also have the UK version of Barbarian II...not as good as the orginal overall, but still a very good game. Axe of Rage was indeed Barbarian 2, but I don't think it