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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 05:16pm 07/05/15 | 6 Comments
This weeks we take a look at the PC classic, One Must Fall 2097. The giant robot fighter that not only proved that the genre could work on PC, but that a deep and rewarding single player mode was actually possible. In a fighting game no less. Imagine that.

From this weeks entry:
One Must Fall 2097 (or, as it affectionately became known, OMF) was by no means a radical reinvention of the form. The mechanics were lifted just about wholesale from the various arcade giants of the time. Plus, the setting itself seemed to be based on a popular manga or anime series -- albeit one that didn’t exist. But once all these familiar and recognisable parts came together the end result felt truly special. The blend of science fiction, robot pilots, fighting, role-playing, and customisation resulted in an experience that was not only ahead of its time, but one that also helped define it.


Click here to read Throwback Thursday - One Must Fall 2097 (1994)



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Viper119
Posted 09:18pm 07/5/15
Loved this game so much!
Audi
Posted 09:32pm 07/5/15
While you played this tripe Viper I was playing Mortal Kombat 3.
Morgan
Posted 10:54pm 07/5/15
Jaguar was the best!

XandraX
Posted 06:32am 08/5/15
Yeah Jaguar and his constant roundhouse kicks were pretty OP
fpot
Posted 02:42pm 09/5/15
Morgan I sat there for ages waiting for gameplay to start before I decided to check ahead. Damn you.
IVY_MiKe
Posted 10:30pm 10/5/15
Nailed it on the head Morgan, as soon as I saw the title of this review this IMMEDIATELY started to play.
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