Before you Make any Game Request Please Read this Thread.

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  1. RDC-018

    RDC-018 New Member

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    Hello, Everyone... You can call me Jet.
    So ever since this forum was introduced there has been a lot of requests and I notice there isn't like a "One thread to rule them all" So I made this thread.

    Before you Request make sure you do these things:
    - Go to Gog.com or Steam store to see if the game you want is on the storefront
    - Search the internet to see if your game is being developed
    - See who owns the copyright of the game.
    - Make sure its a real old title


    If you do have a Request and it isn't on GOG Then I suggest you do 3 things.
    1. Used the Template I made:
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    Name:
    Released:
    Platform:
    GOG Wishlist:
    Description:

    *2. Go to the Gog Wishlist to see if your game is requested (or make one)
    3. post your request in this thread.

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    Example
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    Name: Nocturne
    Released: October 31, 1999
    Platform: Windows
    GOG Wishlist: Link
    Description: (Straight off the wiki) Nocturne is a survival horror adventure video game set in the late 1920s and early 1930s – the Prohibition and Great Depression era. The player takes the part of The Stranger (voiced by Lynn Mathis), an operative of a fictional American Government secret organization known as "Spookhouse", which was created by President Theodore Roosevelt to fight monsters. He investigates four strange cases and saves people from classic monsters such as werewolves, zombies, and vampires.





    *Reason for this is to show them that this game is being voted.
     
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  2. Andre

    Andre Moderator Staff Member

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    Hello Jet

    and welcome to the NDS official forum


    I have made several requests at the GOG wishlist. I like the format you have used.

    Most of the time creating a duplicate game wish redirects you to the one already created....assuming that people use the same name. I have seen a few that slipped under that identification systems though.

    Thanks for setting up this thread
     
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    Shaun Gupta Moderator Staff Member

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    I'll add one based on some Isaac Asimov books:

    Name: Robot City
    Released: December 31, 1995
    Platform: Windows/MacOS
    GOG Wishlist: https://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/robot_city
    Description: (From the manual) Far from the 50 Spacer Worlds, your survival pod crashes on a planet where a secret experiment is taking shape. Robot City, an entire city built and ruled by robots. Without humans to command and supervise them, these robots have evolved their own ways of doing things. Their ideas of how to obey the Three Laws of Robotics might be a little different from yours. You soon learn that Robot City is out of control, that the only human who might know why has been murdered, and that you are the prime suspect.

    Welcome to Robot City!

    I still have a copy of this one, but I never did finish it. I don't think I had the attention span at the time, though it'd be fun to try now. Sort of Myst like (or like the Titanic game Nightdive is working to rerelease).
     
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    Andre Moderator Staff Member

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    This is one I was going to add to GOG wishlist but it already existed so I am posting the existing link.


    Name: Transarctica

    Released: 1993

    Platform: Atari ST, Atari Falcon, MS-DOS, Macintosh, Amiga

    GOG Wishlist: https://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/transarctica

    Description:

    The story is based on the post-apocalyptic science fiction novel series La Compagnie des glaces by the French writer Georges-Jean Arnaud.

    In the 21st century, mankind is being ravaged by the greenhouse effect. A last-ditch effort to counteract it is designed and executed. It works far too well.

    Centuries if not millennia later, the planet is entirely covered in a thick, opaque cloud layer. Giant wolf packs roam the frozen wastes, and the mammoth has re-emerged from the elephant stock. Mankind ekes out a living in a few handfuls of settlements, connected by a network of massive armored trains. The network in turn is in the hands of the gargantuan Viking Union, which is merciless towards threats to its power. A few radicals, though, are willing to attempt a change, and managing to hijack a train of the Union, the Transarctica, they set out in search of the "sun".

    Source: Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transarctica

    It would be nice to see NDS pick this up. I can get a copy and run it on Dos Box...but it always crashes. It is in some need of TLC
    :)
     
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    Name: Star Trek: Voyager – Elite Force
    Box Art:
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    Released: EU: September 15, 2000 | NA: September 20, 2000
    Platform: PC
    GOG Wishlist: https://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/star_trek_voyager_elite_force
    Description: On its course to the Alpha Quadrant, the U.S.S. Voyager is attacked by an unknown ship and is transported to a graveyard of ships with a giant space station in the middle. The player is Ensign Alex Munro (male or female, according to the player's choice), second in command of the newly formed Hazard Team, an elite force of Voyager security personnel. It's up to the player and your team to find out why the Voyager was brought here and to find a way to escape. To do so, they will have to complete several missions on different ships and space stations.

    Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force is a first-person shooter that uses the Quake III engine. The different types of missions range from pure combat to stealth missions. The enemies include many well-known Star Trek races like the Borg or the Klingons, but also other alien races and creatures invented specifically for this game. All the weapons have a futuristic design, ranging from the low-damage hand phaser to stasis weapons and grenade launchers. The weapons either gradually recharge ammunition automatically, or require ammunition that can be collected from other weapons or terminals.

    Though the player directly controls only Munroe, up to three teammates usually accompany him (or her) during the missions and fight the enemies, controlled by the AI. Scripted events and cutscenes often involve actions committed by these teammates. When not on a mission, Munroe can explore the space ship, talking to characters directly or overhearing their conversations with each other. A few decisions can be made by the player during the course of the game, which may influence the subsequent events.

    A multiplayer mode called "Holomatch" is also available.
     
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    Oh yeah. Elite Force was great. Also don't forget it's expansion pack (with the Voyager tour!) and it's sequel, Elite Force II!

    Here's what I'd like to see available again:

    Name: Myst III Exile
    Released: 2001
    Platform: PC
    GOG Wishlist: https://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/myst_iii_exile
    Description: Better than Riven and almost as good as the original Myst. Not only should it be on GOG, it should also be on Gear VR / Daydream VR for phones, because Myst III's 360 degree pre-rendered "bubble view" and point-click control style is a perfect match for the visor and remote input scheme of these new mobile VR platforms.
    Unfortunately, the rights are owned by Ubisoft, who don't seem to remember that the game exists.
     
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    Sorry Problems first:
    not in sale,
    and game itself (all 3 of them share same problems) is stricted for special hardware, only nVidia,and only on actual resolution (native to screen) (other video cards drop us to software mode, or simply doesnot draw models, so scene is empty, and become unplayable) nVidia video cards work best, and games works best under Windows XP, nVidia+XP=bilinear filtering everywhere yeas!! there is many alternatives to chose another rendering like 3dfx glide but none of them work, tried on real 3dfx hardware, and other video cards, accelerators.
    game is buggy, sometimes it crashes to desktop without errors, sometimes it freezes but thats happens rarely.

    Name
    : Blair Witch Project (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blair_Witch_(series) )
    Box Art:
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    Released: 25 October 2000
    Platform: PC
    GOG Wishlist: https://www.gog.com/wishlist/games#search=blair
    Description:
    The second installment of the game is based on a story that was related briefly in the first game and the original movie. It is the tale of a Union soldier during the American Civil War, Lieutenant Robert MacNichol, who is mortally wounded in battle and left for dead. As he slips into unconsciousness, he hears a mysterious voice say, "Your time is not up yet, soldier. I have need of you yet!". Sure enough, his time is not up – a young girl called Robin Weaver finds him and helps him back to the isolated house where she lives with her grandmother, Bess.

    While he heals, MacNichol has a number of hallucinations and a near-death experience, in which he learns, but does not fully comprehend, that Robin is in danger. When he awakes, it is discovered that he is suffering from amnesia, and cannot remember who he is. The only clue to his past is the uniform he wears. Since MacNichol cannot remember his name, Robin's grandmother, a devout Christian, temporarily names him Lazarus.

    Robin's grandmother, with Lazarus now in her debt, informs him that Robin has disappeared into the woods and begs him to find her. She is convinced that "the woods have her." Lazarus regards this as paranoia, and thinks that Robin has simply gone to play in the woods and is late in returning. Bess is insistent, however, and the soldier reluctantly agrees to help in the search for Robin.

    As the game progresses, Lazarus recalls elements of his past, by means of flashback game sequences, which slowly explain how the current events come to be; MacNichol led his men into the forest in search of confederate scavengers, who all fell prey to the curse before MacNichol was shot in the head. He discovers a blind old hermit to be Robin's abductor, for a sacrifice for the demon Hecaitomix. The hermit made a deal with Hecaitomix to get his eye sight restored, and Hecaitomix turns him into a demon himself. MacNichol learns of a ritual that Hecitomix and is using in a plot to possess Robin, involving imprisoning children's souls and mutilating the search party.

    MacNichol manages to disrupt the ritual, allowing Hecaitomix to temporarily possess him, while he sends Robin back to her grandmother. Using the last of his strength, MacNichol manages to free the imprisoned souls, and defeat Hecaitomix's acolyte. MacNichol collapses into unconsciousness, but awakes confused back in the Weaver house.
     
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    Acclaim & Charybdys' Machines: wired for war
     

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