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  1. Thanks MM for the reply. I didn’t read the entire post after confirming it wasn’t another speed glitch. Thanks for the confirmation. After checking the control settings it actually turned out I was pressing the wrong key to take the grinder (duh!). On my version I always use “Enter” but for the grinder you have to press Plus or P. And I also half expected to drive the bone wagon through the tunnel entrance and into a maze at that point. I thought one of the characters mentioned something about it. I also expected the “Monster” to be a little Chihuahua or a mouse or something that only “sounds” terrifying . Anyway, finished the game and Wow! Very cool! Was so glad to see that mural finally completed! I was just going to mention to anyone interested, if you like this game I can recommend another similar one (only a bit darker) called Still Life 2 which I played once because it was only 5 bucks at office max, but it was awesome. Very similar in a lot of ways with a definite art-thing happening there. By a French company IIRC, was hard to get it to run right but it was well worth it.
  2. Question. Without giving too much away, I might need a hint. *** WARNING: May contain spoilers below *** I’m near the end of the game, in the underground rebel base. I already have the mask from the theater, the suit from the casino, and have sent the carrier pigeon to the weapon makers house. (He dropped through the vent and spilled the Spoutella. I placed the arm in the snow grinder, and returned the photo to the garbage can. My only 3 inventory items are the nitrogen, remote and scythe. The only task remaining (I assume) is to board the Bone Wagon and enter the maze, except I can’t board the bone wagon. It keeps saying “No use for it”. I have the remote, can lower it up and down, can also get crushed by the car, but I can’t get in the car. My question is: is this a software glitch – similar to the forklift glitch, or am I still missing something. Please do not ruin the game for me by providing any information other than a yes or no answer, Yes it’s another "Forklift" type glitch or No I’m still missing something. Thanks
  3. Nope, it isnt. I already checked and it's not mentioned anywhere, but thanks anyway.
  4. Yep, I’ve never found cheat codes to be particularly any more satisfying or continuity-preserving either, and they really should not be used for regular game play, unless you’re hopelessly stuck.
  5. I think it would be interesting to introduce females into the mix. A love interest. Someone who can sabotage a particle accelerator, and still bake a good cheese cake. After all, what good is conquering the galaxy if you don’t have someone to come home to? :-)
  6. Thanks Mandelor5 I like your escape method too. Very inventive.
  7. or "map mapname" that way you can load any map you want.
  8. Scorch: "With all these Trandoshans swarming, one would think we are not welcome!" .
  9. If you remember correctly, Sev was captured once before by the Trandocians (sp) and tortured for some reason, instead of simply being put to death. Maybe they were trying to gain information from him as to the whereabouts of his comrades, maybe they implanted a homing device somewhere in his body, or maybe they were just taking out their frustrations on him. Whatever the case, they came back for him. Probably to see if they could make a clone-commando of their own. The Delta squad meets back up with Sev at some point in the near future, (due to growth acceleration and pirated advanced Camino/Trandocian technology) but it’s not the real Sev. It’s a counterfeit sent to infiltrate the Republic forces. Scorch realizes there’s something not quite right about Sev, (if that’s even possible), and actually there’s something VERY not quite right about Sev, until they realize he has no memories of anything prior to their last mission together. Using a DNA trace they establish that the fake Sev is a copy originating from a secret Trandocian colony located somewhere near the Outer Rim Territories. In an effort to save their fallen comrade, they disobey orders, steal a shuttle and head out to find Sev and rescue him from the evil clutches of the Trandocian Soul Pirates. Considered deserters by their own army, with a Republic arrest warrant on their heels, and God knows what sinister fiends lay ahead, only in the next sequel will we find out if the elite Delta unit of the Republic Commandos is successful in their quest. .
  10. I thought the same thing too. BTW I just KNEW Jan wasn't dead in JO. I think the story line for both JO and JA were geared for ages 8 and up. It comes off as kind of corny in some places, I thought other parts were pretty clever and funny, like when Kyle says to Luke "You ALWAYS sense a disturbance in the Force", stuff like that :-) A more hard core version might alienate some of the younger players.
  11. By sheer accident I noticed that if you use the cheat code "setmindtrick" to a value greater than the implied maximum of 3 you can not only influence your opponent’s behavior, but you can also literally "possess" and control their body. So for example in the battle with Alora, you can take control of her body and force her to commit suicide without taking any damage to yourself. This appears to be an undocumented feature which has never been mentioned before which is unusual for a game that is nearly 10 years old. Good luck and MTFBWY
  12. Ah, very cool. I didn't know you could do that. Thanks Bill.
  13. Quick question. What's the map name for the final level, Tomb of Ragnos? I'd like to be able to use the "map mapname" code to go directly to the final battle if possible. TIA
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