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I scouted several runs and dropped them. These were runs that were on an internal to-do or to-redo circa 2011. Most aren't worth graveyarding.


NWN - Camera controls and UX too unintuitive. Aged extremely badly. As Bioware's sole playable title that's pretty telling.

Defense Grid - Not sure why I didn't have my original recordings. Under modern eyes, this wouldn't be interesting enough to run (Arknights is way better).

Supreme Commander - Shitty THQ RTS no one remembers because it was visually dated when it first came out and has no gameplay. I ran the second one years ago and had attempted to record the first one when I started LP's but it got canned for reasons I don't recall. Under modern eyes, this wouldn't be interesting enough to run (WC2 or Dungeon Keeper 1 would be much better choices). Also the UI sucks really badly, quite possibly the worst of any RTS I've personally played other than SupCom2 and Wc1 despite having technical pairity to Exigo.

UT2004 - Didn't withstand the test of time and the downspiral from August. While still a solid technical FPS the game itself doesn't really hold my interest for a run. I'll probably graveyard it.


Current workload priority is on Autumn Wind which will be my last D&D short adventure.

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