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posted by TheJBurger @ 3:14 PM
Hi Josh,Just wanted to say I loved the game and the way it was crafted. I thought the atmosphere and graphics were incredible and you can tell the depth of work that has gone into it. Congratulations on it being such a success.Neil
Thanks, Neil. Appreciated.
Great game and especially great story. It always makes a good science fiction when the science fiction elements are used not for the fun of it (i.e. great looking space warfare), but also to question certain elements of humanity. Blade Runner is another example of this, but the underlying question itself is different ("If a robot would be just like human should it have equal rights?" in Blade Runner and "If a person looses all his/her memory and gets a new memory, does he/she become another person?", and of course deeper related questions in Gemini Rue)Here is the information about the game on my site in Lithuanian, perhaps the first in my language:http://adventurelt.awardspace.com/db.php?adventure=37
Hey Josh,I actually just heard about Gemini Rue from a friend and thought I'd give it a go. I can safely say that this is the best game I've played since Deus Ex in 2000. Gemini Rue had something I forgot I'd been missing in games. Heart. Something more than just "interactive fun". I am truly amazed and can't wait for more from you. Congratulations.~Christian
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