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FPSC Classic Work In Progress / (X9) UNamed British Gang game

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i see dead people
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Posted: 1st Apr 2012 21:50
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Storyline: You play as Mark, young and ambitious London Criminal overhears a gang loudly talking in a pub about a bank job they have just pulled and that they still have all the loot at there houses, knowing where they are Mark sees an opportunity for riches, and grabs it. he eventualy finds himself in deep water and on the run from the Gang and the police.
Description: a Game which makes heavy use of cinematic cut scenes, the fighting is brief with an emphsis more on story telling.
(my fpsc wont allow more than one character to load currently, so i have made it one character per level, but i think it will turn out ok)
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Posted: 1st Apr 2012 22:58
Quote: "a Game which makes heavy use of cinematic cut scenes"


Really? Like what?

Also, a shooter like that with one character per level... I don't think that will work.

The images look okay, maybe add lights?

Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes, art is knowing which ones to keep.

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