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  1. #11
    Member i need fruit's Avatar
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    Jan 2010
    Devon, England


    Thats interesting that he thinks that! I always considered Time Crises/House of the Dead games to be 'light gun games' and not on-rails shooter. Although those games can easily be defined as a on-rails shooter when i think of that genre I tend to think of games like Lylat Wars and Sin and Punishment.
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    NOT CONFUSING AT ALL Killer French Bread's Avatar
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    May 2008


    I'd say it was obviously an on-rails shooter because you can't move the character.
    Tic Tac, sir?

  3. #13
    Member Tru's Avatar
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    Jun 2010
    Newcastle upon Tyne, UK


    Oh yeah, I forgot about Lylat Wars etc!

  4. #14
    Tea addict CupOfTeaMonster's Avatar
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    Sep 2010


    On-rails = predetermined movement, ergo Dan is a noob

    I'm fully with you on this one Trudie. 2 years ago I actually disliked this sort of music (despite being quite broad across all five levels) and I didn't really enjoy 'smaller' games. That was all blown away after you forced it on me, and now it's the pride of my arcade collection. I spared no expense in getting all 200G to declare my love (and steal a pic for my profile).

    An absolute triumph of a game, the only let down being the 'Official' sound track which only had the original songs, rather than also including the tweaked versions for the levels and their distinct 10-part style.

    This review is going in your portfolio, right now

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