Games from Rare & Turok: Dinosaur Hunter, etc.

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Post by kai666 » Thursday, 26 Jan 2006, 14:55

Peter Kiss wrote:The all guns cheat works...
Did you mean with all keys cheat the master cheat?...No it doesn't work...
Great... just the "All Guns" cheat works, then I believe that I can guide you through and that we can succeed

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Post by Peter Kiss » Thursday, 26 Jan 2006, 15:26

Ok cool. You also have Dinosaur Hunter did you ever play through the whole story?

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Post by kai666 » Thursday, 26 Jan 2006, 20:10

Peter Kiss wrote:Ok cool. You also have Dinosaur Hunter did you ever play through the whole story?
Nope.. never. But Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, Shadow Man and Multi-Racing Championship is some of the VERY few games I've finished 100%

Actually I've finished Shadow Man 5 or 6 times in a row, because I found the game play so totally engrossing.. what a SUPERB game

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Post by Peter Kiss » Sunday, 12 Feb 2006, 14:21

I played Turok yesterday and I must say that I'm a bit disappointed about the levels 4, 5, 6 and 7... They are just boring

By the way: How is your new apartment Kai?

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Post by kai666 » Sunday, 12 Feb 2006, 19:38

I can't really remember all the levels... Only that I find Turok: Dinosaur Hunter (N64) a better game, than Turok: Evolution (NGC)

.... My new and much bigger apartment is just great, but still a bit of a mess (I don't like mess)

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Post by kai666 » Monday, 13 Feb 2006, 6:01

PS: Peter Kiss...

Try and enable the X-Plorer 64's In-Game Trainer, in order to make all the codes take effect, in particular
code #6 "All Chronoscepter keys collected"
I'm sure the code is correct, the problem with Turok: Dinosaur Hunter is that it's somehow not that easy to make codes longer down the line (in the cheat code cartridge) take effect.....
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Post by Peter Kiss » Monday, 13 Feb 2006, 10:50

You're right it works... 8) :wink:

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Post by kai666 » Monday, 13 Feb 2006, 12:16

Peter Kiss wrote:You're right it works... 8) :wink:
I KNEW it worked, but it's always nice to have it confirmed :4: :3:

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Post by kai666 » Monday, 13 Feb 2006, 12:23

I almost don't dare to ask you this.... But I was wondering wether you copy of "Star Wars: Rogue Squadron" is the U.K. or the DE version ?

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Post by Peter Kiss » Monday, 13 Feb 2006, 13:10

kai666 wrote:I almost don't dare to ask you this.... But I was wondering wether you copy of "Star Wars: Rogue Squadron" is the U.K. or the DE version ?
Do you want me to find it out?

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Post by kai666 » Monday, 13 Feb 2006, 13:37

Yes, indeed, please :wink:

I actually had the DE version sent to me as a loaner, from a German dude.

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Post by Peter Kiss » Monday, 13 Feb 2006, 13:41

Ok what shall I do?
Shall I try out the DE codes?

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Post by kai666 » Monday, 13 Feb 2006, 13:43

Peter Kiss wrote:Ok what shall I do?
Shall I try out the DE codes?
Well... You'll have to start somewhere, so why not try the DE codes first

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Post by Peter Kiss » Monday, 13 Feb 2006, 13:50

Ok I'll try them out in the evening (sorry, but I meet with my friends in 8 minutes) I'll let you know in about 7 hours... :)

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Post by kai666 » Monday, 13 Feb 2006, 14:00

Okeli-Dokeli... It's not that important, just take your time :wink:

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