Neohound wrote:Thanks to everybody that has posted, I think this needs to be investigated fully. I'm absolutely certain there is something out there worth having.
Check out the lighting in the screenshots ! Amazing stuff, it would surely have been one of the DC's best looking games.
cloofoofoo, that article on IGN was done in Nov 2000 and the game was set to be released in the following march ? Surely that means it must have been finished apart from maybe some small details.
am I getting ahead of myself here ? lol Or is there really a chance something could come of this.......
Jenkins wrote:Agartha could be found on a SCSI HDD too. It exists.
Neohound wrote:Well I was trying to pay attention to the vids/links/sreens but I was also jumping up and down with excitement at the time..........so I might have missed a bit lol
I'm quite surprised by how the DC version was supposedly the equal of the ps2 version, that's pretty impressive for what was a dying console. I always thought/heard that the ps2 version had better lighting, higher poly counts and better particle effects but that doesn't seem to be the case.
Neohound wrote:Really ? A playable build of Agartha ? We've been talking about that game a few times recently so any further info would be nice to have.
Did you see the vid pcwzrd13 posted ? Are you saying there is more footage..............
What the hell, I need to know !!!!
Neohound wrote:Anyway, the next step is to get hold of the game
Omnibot2000 wrote:Neohound wrote:Anyway, the next step is to get hold of the game
That would be awesome. I remember that I wanted this game really bad back then. Soul Reaver was just a port with better resolution, the sequel would have pushed the Dreamcast.
Now that I followed a thread in the assemblergames forum regarding an optimised version of Half-Life in the hands of a collector who doesn't even think of sharing it with the dreamcast community, I fear even if there IS a build of this gorgeus game, it may be in the hands of an egoistic a**hole which takes a look on the GDR everyday and thinks "I own something nobody else does".
BrianC wrote:I get where Omni's coming from though. It would mean a lot to us Dreamcast fans and probably wouldn't be a huge loss for him other than devaluing his product which could be offset if he asked for donations. It sucks that its going to die with him and I wouldn't be surprised if he doesn't even use the game in order to preserve its value. It is his and he has the right to it and fortunately its only Half Life which we can play better on the PC anyways, still sucks though.
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