Project X (Forsaken open-source) for Wii?)

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  1. autoism
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    I wonder how hard it would be for someone with the right stuff to make the open-source Forsaken game known as Project X to function on a Wii console?

    It's very similar to Descent, and has a mild online community -- I think more awareness of this game could be had if we have a Wii copy people can play with. Considering Kobo Deluxe uses Whiite and works exceptionally well, I believe the same could be said for Project X if it was done right.
     
  2. LWares87

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    When I think of Forsaken, I'm thinking of the Nintendo 64 game.

    It is a clone of that?
     
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    Nope. Forsaken PC and Forsaken 64 are two completely different games.

    Forsaken PC was more about finding gold than destroying the MDF -- It's still also about destroying bosses, but the primary objective was treasure-hunting.

    The Nintendo 64 version used most of the same maps, but it was more "Destory all enemies" missions than anything -- Vere rarely did I ever encounter timing missions, save sidequests within levels.
     
  4. Wizerzak

    Wizerzak Because I'm a potato!

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    When I think of Project X, I'm thinking of this:

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    When I think of Project X I'm thinking of the when they were trying to create a Custom System Menu that could never be updated and running on basically an IOS you want. WiiMod can do this for you though but yeah...
     
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