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Freedom Force
Game Description:Fun. It's a word we might often forget when sifting through the endless waves of gore-ridden shooters and painfully generic hack 'n slash titles that have saturated our market in recent years, but it's certainly not an idea Irrational has ever lost sight of. Those Bostonian and Australian wonder developers took fun to a whole new colorful level when they made Freedom Force. The terrific strategy-RPG took a combat system inspired by Baldur's Gate and delivered it with an amazingly intuitive interface. Irrational then infused the whole package with honest to goodness life. Freedom Force features a lighthearted storyline, excellent character development tools, and a spark -- a spark that makes us happy.
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  • Ken Levine's Abandoned Monster Island Game Sounds Amazing

    In the latest installment in Irrational’s on-going/fascinating “From the Vault” series, which has included the original pitch for BioShock and details about a third-person horror game based on The Divine Comedy called The Lost, the developer has released the original pitch (and some retroactive artwork) for Ken Levine’s...

    Posted October 27, 2010

    Ken Levine's Abandoned Monster Island Game Sounds Amazing
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    Posted: December 4, 2002

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