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Gameplay questions #137690
01/22/04 08:34 AM
01/22/04 08:34 AM
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Hello Philippe,

Happy to have you with us! Since you worked on the Cameron Files games, can you tell us if the style of gameplay in "Jack the Ripper" is similar to those games? Will there be any 'action' parts that require quick reflexes, or stealth?

I'm looking forward to this game, which I have already pre-ordered!

Louis

P.S. Will there be any more games in the Cameron Files series?

Re: Gameplay questions #137691
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Hello Louis !

I must thank you all for letting me being there !

There are two common features : both games use a mouse-controlled, node-based movement with panning at nodes, and both use a contextual cursor system.

But the gaming experience is quite different : in Jack the Ripper, you will meet and interact with real-time in-game characters, and your relationships with all these characters is at the heart of the story. That said, there are no

Re: Gameplay questions #137692
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I hope you make another Cameron files!!

Let's hear it for the Irish.


"So Many Games;So Little Time."

Now Playing: Sims 1 Always!!
Next adventure Please!
Re: Gameplay questions #137693
01/22/04 09:58 AM
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No action or serious reflex challenges!! Hurray

happydance happydance

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Re: Gameplay questions #137694
01/22/04 10:47 AM
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And I am adding my hooray on this also. happydance
Too many are getting away from the story line and the "adventure" and becoming action.
Glad to hear this is not reflex control.
Ingie laugh


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Leaves more room for us (laugh) ! Seriously, I guess we

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I'm generally addicted to the adventure game, but because that genre was getting hard to get my hands on; I checked out the Action ones. Not good with the keyboard action.

I'm SO looking forward to this game and many of the others in the Adventure Genre. Keep up the good (if not slower than I wish) work.


"So Many Games;So Little Time."

Now Playing: Sims 1 Always!!
Next adventure Please!
Re: Gameplay questions #137697
01/22/04 04:00 PM
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Thanks a lot for your support ! I firmly believe that the adventure genre has a long and strong future

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