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  Harbringer
Storyline from the company:
Under the Overlord’s ruthless control, Harbinger’s shadow has fallen across countless worlds. Ravaged by endless conflict, the lumbering war machine carries her scars like trophies. Where lesser ships have fallen, Harbinger stands: a monument to her master’s destructive appetites.
But within her cold walls the old alliances are fracturing. Today, the Overlord’s dominance is threatened from all corners. The corruptive Vantir, first and oldest aboard Harbinger, continue to spread like a rampant infection throughout the ship. The tribal Scintilla, placated for decades with false promises and half-truths, are once again rising to take the blood oaths of their ancestors. But it’s the newcomers that pose the greatest threat here. The bug-like Cimicidae have arrived and with them a wave of change that threatens to rip this ship apart.

The review:
This is a futuristic adventure game that plays like Diablo where you build up your characters strength, stamina and so forth by going around doing deeds and killing the bad creatures. You have to be clever and skilled and of course SAVE OFTEN. Once you have developed your character and started strengthening him by armor or weapons then tactics come into play as to how to survive certain battles. I found that hit and run works well as those you have hit remain less powerful while you run away and recuperate and then go back and finish them off easier. I am not saying that it is that easy but you will find out for yourself and I am sure that you will love it.

I ran this game on a laptop because I was away and the graphics were superb and the controls with the mouse was exact. I must admit I enjoyed playing this game so far and I am about two thirds through it and I will finish this one, I am determined.

Requirements:
Windows 98/2000/ME/XP
Pentium III - 500 MHz
128MB RAM, 4X CD/DVD ROM
16Mb Direct 3D compatible video card
Direct X8.0a compatible sound card
Keyboard, mouse
Patience and a lust for adventure.

Review ID Number: 73
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Dreamcatcher
Review Date: 2003-04-02
Reviewer: Nick Sardy
Rating: 10 out of 10
 
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