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PEE Poll: Futurama Game
Action/Adventure   -40 (81.6%)
1st Person Shooter   -2 (4.1%)
3rd Person Shooter   -0 (0%)
Strategy   -1 (2%)
Blurnball   -2 (4.1%)
Other   -4 (8.2%)
Total Voters: 49

nerdlingus

Professor
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« Reply #280 on: 02-24-2004 07:34 »

Just completed the game too, but I had to stop near the beginning cos Manhunt became an addiction.
But am now stuck on the 2nd level trying to get all the money pickups, am missing only 1 and its getting right on my tits! 

gaming eh?
Zleepy Head

Delivery Boy
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« Reply #281 on: 02-24-2004 10:14 »

If u get it rigth u can find it but the second level is the hardest level exept Run,Bender Run that level is a mirical that i did.man but if u are a hardcore fan the force will be with you just keep in mind after this level it is smooth sailing after.keep that in mind then u will get it or u can find some cheats here: www.gamefaqs.com  there i garantie u will find some cheats.
but dont use cheats okay.from zleepy head the zleepiest head with no bra lol.
keep em comming da game rules
rule brittannia

Bending Unit
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« Reply #282 on: 02-24-2004 14:19 »

come on people, a blurnsball game would be exellent. or mabye it could be a mini game on a nother game! confused? you should be
Zleepy Head

Delivery Boy
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« Reply #283 on: 02-24-2004 20:01 »

a blurnsball game whould work IF this was a big game and not a small adventure game.in a hit and run style blurnsball whould work.but in action/adventure no way.
nerdlingus

Professor
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« Reply #284 on: 02-25-2004 04:19 »

A Futurama game which uses the Grand Theft Auto engine, can get a blernsball stadium then, or is it the madison cube arena thingy?

Actually that'd be phat! You could have loadsa of ships flying about but i dunno about flying into space. Hopefully with time PC's and consoles will be powerful enough to contain a whole universe in a game
Kazzahdrane

Starship Captain
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« Reply #285 on: 02-25-2004 13:31 »

It's called Star Wars Galaxies. That's the best depiction of a "universe" so far.
nerdlingus

Professor
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« Reply #286 on: 03-01-2004 05:45 »
« Last Edit on: 03-01-2004 05:45 »

Yeah maybe, but I was hoping for a full-on 3D envirment (sp?) where each planet had its own city to explore abit like GTA or possibly just one planet with loads of different cities.

Actually that'd be quite cool, GTA where you can go to the airport and get on a plane to, say, san andreas *cough* or liberty city etcetera   smile
Kazzahdrane

Starship Captain
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« Reply #287 on: 03-01-2004 16:01 »

SWG has a full-on 3d environment....

Sure, it doesn't play like GTA but the world is there.
spacepilot3000

Starship Captain
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« Reply #288 on: 03-01-2004 16:50 »

 If there is a sequel to the Futurama game, here's my idea. You first give the option on which character you want to play. Once again the choices will be Fry, Leela or Bender. Each game will be 10 hours in length and each game will be diffrent. They will follow the same story except in diffrent paths. The gameplay will be diffrent too. Fry's game would be a shooter like the first game, Leela's game would be a beat 'em' up without the puzzles and Bender's will be a 3D sidescroller. Of course like the first game you are required to collect nibblers to get secret stuff. And as and added bonus, You get to choose your own difficulty level.

Delivery Boy: Very Easy
Bending Unit: Easy
First Mate: Medium
Captain: Hard
Starship Captain: Very Hard
leelaholic

Liquid Emperor
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« Reply #289 on: 03-01-2004 18:51 »

 
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Originally posted by rule brittannia:
come on people, a blurnsball game would be exellent. or mabye it could be a mini game on a nother game! confused? you should be

Blurnsball mini game = Genius

Blurnsball full game = Bound to suck
bish

Starship Captain
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« Reply #290 on: 03-06-2004 13:50 »

is the futurama game any good? coz im considering buying it.
Gorky

Space Pope
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« Reply #291 on: 03-06-2004 14:00 »

It's fairly easy, but it's worth the buy because of the extras. You see, you can unlock video clips that, when played together, make a full-length-plus episode. There are also funny loading screens and great music by Christopher Tyng. I would definitely recommend at least renting it.
ActionLaPointe

Starship Captain
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« Reply #292 on: 03-12-2004 17:12 »

renting yes, but buying no. its the kind of game that u cant play twice, and its extremely easy, and yet can be horrifically difficult. such as the last part of the right wing level with leela. a couple times ide get to the end of that amazingly long level with about 10 lives stacked up, then lose all 10 just at the very end of the level where u have to jump on each of the sinking platforms into the laval. it might be doable most of the time if it didnt require a complete mastery of quickly changing the cameras view
SlackJawedMoron

Urban Legend
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« Reply #293 on: 03-14-2004 23:15 »
« Last Edit on: 03-14-2004 23:15 »

[zoidberg]"90 dollars for just one episode. 90 dollars! Ah SLM, you're finally becoming a crafty consumer![/zoidberg]
As a fairly hardcore game fan I almost regret buying this... but I don't. It made me laugh like no game since Sam and Max, but seriously, if one turned the sound off it would be a very lacklustre experience, indeed. My original plan was to wait until it dropped in price, but when I noticed the scarcity of copies about the place, I panicked and bought it.

Bender's one liners are great! "I'm better than you!"
Nixorbo

UberMod
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« Reply #294 on: 03-15-2004 01:09 »

 
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Originally posted by SlackJawedMoron:
90 dollars

Sweet satan on a pogo stick, how much do games cost in Australia?

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SlackJawedMoron

Urban Legend
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« Reply #295 on: 03-16-2004 03:34 »

$90 is average for new release console and PC games, though some new games can be as much as $110. Reduced price games start from fifty and go down from there. Games in the U.S. are, what - fifty? Sixty? Despite the stronger American dollar, there is a major disrepency (in the area of thirty dollars) there. But as long as people pay that much, stores will charge that much.

Incidently, Australia has a thriving pirated games trade.  wink
nerdlingus

Professor
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« Reply #296 on: 03-16-2004 03:36 »

 
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Originally posted by SlackJawedMoron:
$90 is average for new release console and PC games, though some new games can be as much as $110.

Whoa!! Thats a bit extreme, how much your films cost?  no no

SlackJawedMoron

Urban Legend
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« Reply #297 on: 03-16-2004 04:54 »
« Last Edit on: 03-16-2004 04:54 »

New ones, about $20-$30 on DVD. VHS $15-$25.

Hah! Take THAT Agrentina! You're paying exuberent prices because you're in the middle of an economic crisis, but we keep paying exuberent prices because we don't know any better. Huzzah!
Eyedol7513

Liquid Emperor
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« Reply #298 on: 12-31-2004 21:32 »
« Last Edit on: 12-31-2004 21:32 »

OK, if anyone reads this:

"Why does Leela have pink hair in the game, instead of her usual purple (or blue) hair like she has in the show."?
Kazzahdrane

Starship Captain
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« Reply #299 on: 01-01-2005 09:19 »

Who knows? Maybe the correct colour didn't look as good when running around kicking butt?
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