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Crusader No Remorse (pc game)
4.35 out of 5 (26 votes)
  • Introduction: a squad entering in action
  • Game menu: options
  • Introducting the first mission
  • Mission started
  • Enter the code to deactivate alarm
  • Shoot at those wheels with gun
  • He did not see you, yet
  • All clear, go ahead
  • Looking for ammos
  • Enter code to open door
  • Blow up everything you see!
  • Another victim done
  • Manipulating a sort of struts-robot
  • It will help you finishing your mission
  • Game introduction title screen - cover
  • Blowing everything up
  • What should I do with his
  • I love the smell of explosions in the morning
  • Courtesy of Abandonware Dos.
  • Courtesy of Abandonware France.
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Escape a tyrannical government

A game developed in 1995 programmed by Origin Systems and released under the Electronic Arts gaming publishers. The game has achieved quite a cult following, despite not always being a well known PC game. The game was also later released on Sega Saturn and Playstation, but copies can be quite hard to find, even when searching online. The plot to the game is like most other games from the 1990's, an elite band of evil corporations have taken over the world set in a dystopian future. The game is set in the near future and features various missions and environments, you will fight in military command posts, space stations and office's at the corporations. Your team of soldiers have defected from the dictatorship state run military. The only sequel released was Crusader No Regret, which was a continuation on from the game. There were development prototypes made for sequels, but no official announcements have ever been made of a sequel, which would be well received by fans. The game's physics use an Ultima VIII game engine so fans of the Ultimata series will also enjoy this gameplay. A game worth checking out! Keep an eye out for the ultra-violet rifle, which is one of my favorite weapons!

3rd person top-down action game

This game has some of the best music you'll ever find in a mid-90s 3rd person top-down action game. It is really easy to get immersed into the storyline. The cutscenes are notorious for being over-the-top, but they do help with immersion regardless. And you just can't beat the death styles - you can blow someone up, incinerate them, disintegrate them, and warp them out of time. It's even better with the expansion, No Regret, which also lets you melt and freeze people. It's a relatively short game, but it's a lot of fun playing through the storyline and watching all the intrigue play out.