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|Entomorph: Plague of The Darkfall||Mindscape (SSI)||1995||labelimageminimize|
|Dungeon Keeper 2||Electronic Arts (Bullfrog)||1999||[b]Minimum:[/b]
* Windows 95 or 98
* 166 MHz Pentium MMX CPU
* 32 MB RAM
* 2 MB VRAM
* 285 MB HD space
* 4X CD-ROM drive
* 28.8 Kbps internet connection for multiplayer
* 266 MHz Pentium II CPU
* 64 MB RAM
* 3D accelerator w/ 4 MB VRAM***[b]sacrificing[/b] - once you've built a temple, you can sacrifice your minions there in hopes of summoning more powerful creatures, but without knowing what to sacrifice the minions are effectively wasted. This is rather unimpressive as you just grab your minions and drop them in the sacrificial pool surrounded by the hand icon and hope for the best.***[b]Minions:[/b]
Imp, FireFly, Goblin, Troll, Mistress, Warlock, Dark Elf, Skeleton, Salamander, Rogue, Bile Demon, Vampire, Black Knigt, Dark Angel, Horny
* Dwarf, Fairie, Guard, Elven Archer, Thief, Knight, Monk, Wizard, Giant, King
Hero listing is likely incomplete.***Comes on 2 CDs but I can't figure out what the second CD is for.***The copy protection may cause problems on newer operating systems (namely XP SP2, Vista and later), but there's an unofficial "patch" for it that apparently removes the need for the CD to be in drive as side effect (although it still whines about it).***The sequel to the multi award winning Dungeon Keeper, the swansong of grandmaster Peter Molyneux before his departire from Bullfrog. The company, on doing this sequel, had to keep up with the original game's quality and fun. The problem was, without Molyneux.
Thankfully, Bullfrog proved that they can still create classic games even without their former mentor. This game takes everything that made it's prequel great, and improves it all.
Briefly, you an evil dungeon keeper (natch), that has to command the place in your reign of filth and decay. Also, protect the place from those damn goody-two-shoes who try to destroy your underground evil dungeon.
I don't want tp spoil the game with words; you simply have to play it.
|Ardentryst||Project Ardentryst||2007||Online play is mentioned in the game, but this seems to refer to only online ranking.||labelimageminimize|
|Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon||D3 Publisher (Vicious Cycle Software)||2011||Thousands of giant insects and aliens once again ravage the earth, and only the Earth Defense Force can stop them. Defend the city of New Detroit against an infestation bigger and meaner than ever before. Destroy these monsters at all costs, even if it means turning entire city blocks into rubble!
Enjoy raw arcade shooter satisfaction on a gigantic modern scale. Collect over 300 weapons: assault rifles, rocket launchers, energy weapons, sniper rifles, grenade launchers and more! Play with 4 upgradeable armor types: Jetpack, Battle, Tactical, and Trooper. Experience Massive replayability through arcade style scoring, tons of weapons to collect, and multiple difficulty levels in every game mode!
In addition, the game also features a six player Survival mode that pits a human squad against a nonstop onslaught of the largest enemies the aliens have to offer. New Detroit’s giant bug problem is unavoidable, and mankind’s last hope lies with the Earth Defense Force. Defend the world from the insect invasion, even if it means blowing up the entire city as part of the extermination process.
Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon and the soldiers are equipped better than ever in the latest cult classic iteration that follows in the footsteps of Earth Defense Force 2017 (Japanese Title "Earth Defense Force 3" developed by Sandlot), and Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon continues the rich history and hardcore fun of the series.***Exclusively published on Steam?