Continue: Emperor: Battle for Dune (strategy or wargame)

Being A Sequel Of Sorts To Robinson's Requiem, this is a bit of a weird one. One part combat, two parts exploration, three parts survival, all viewed from the trusty old first-person perspective. The controls are unwieldy to the point of infuriation (especially if you try to use the mouse), whilst the visuals range from okay-ish to downright dreadful.

What is interesting, though, is the 'survival' element. Especially if you muck around with it for a laugh -during my first attempt, I tied a torniquet round each of my thighs, then injected disinfectant into my eyes, just to see what would happen (guess what? I died). Quite fascinating in many respects. This makes it fairly unique, if nothing else - but I wouldn't exactly recommend it as a casual purchase.

Deus rating

Deus system requirements:.

Systems: Win9x Windows 9x, Windows 2000 WinXPWindows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.

Game modes: Deus supports single modeSingle game mode

2018-11-05 Deus game added.

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