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Submitted by triverse 365d ago | video

Another World: The Movie Released by Fans in Poland

Carl Williams writes, "It is no secret that Out of This World/Another World was a unique game. The creative use of polygons helped convey a very cinematic feel that was simply not matched by any other games at the time, arguably since. Why it has taken so long for anyone to make a short film based on this game is beyond comprehension but it has been done and it rocks." (Another World/Out of This World, Culture, PC, Retro)

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maniacmayhem  +   365d ago
Now here is a game BEGGING to get some kind of re-made/HD treatment.

Love the trailer, the beginning had that Drive vibe to it.
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b_one  +   365d ago
Pixel Heaven invitiation :)
weirdo  +   364d ago
I'm a bit disappointed they didn't use the proper Ferrari. Lester had a 288 GTO

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