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Now that the dust has settled, which was the better game?

>> No.4692908

>>4692817
They're not even comparable games you mong

>> No.4692912
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>>4692817
pic related outshines both of them

>> No.4692919

not retro but this one is best

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>>4692919

>> No.4692962

>>4692908
Can't you read, or need your eyes checked? There's literally one letter difference between those games. One measly letter.

>> No.4692990

>>4692817
The only time I see Loom on this board and it's in a shitty thread like this...

Loom is basically the greatest. I still actively think about it and quote it to this day. Played through it multiple times just because I love the art and the voice acting (and the music, of course).

A shame the fan- made sequel has such a horrifically awkward feeling casting mechanic.

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>>4692990
>and the voice acting

Looks like you played the worst version.

>> No.4693060

the only Loom I played was the TurboGrafx version, how fucked am I

>> No.4693152

>>4692817
> 1st person game has 3rd person box art and vice versa

>> No.4693226

>>4693152
The Doom boxart is first person. The gun at the botton of the art belongs to you.

>> No.4693302

>>4692817
Loom

>> No.4693336

>>4692817
Doom was more influential. But Loom is a fucking masterpiece and I can't stand people who shit on it. Lucasarts should have tried more interesting point-and-click interaction schemes.

>> No.4693342 [DELETED] 

>>4693336
Loom is actually the perfect of example of a game so much ahead of its time it ultimately worked against it.

>> No.4693343

>>4693336
Loom is actually the perfect example of a game so much ahead of its time it ultimately worked against it.

>> No.4693429

>>4692920
it's sucks that the boom games pretty much hurt the show's chance for a third season.

it's was probably the best sonic cartoon

>> No.4693920

>>4693226
Unless it's the demon arm on the lower right the one that belongs to you and you were the demons all along

>> No.4694021

I don't play fantasy adventures. I'm not a queer.

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>> No.4695778
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Step aside, youngfags.

>> No.4696021

I'd probably had to say Loom, but I'm pretty certain Doom was the more popular one.

I still play Loom once in a while. Gives me shivers.

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>>4693336
>>4693343
A good indication of how revolutionary and unique it was is how fucking assblasted were other developers about it

>> No.4697370

I used to always read adventure gamers claiming Loom was the worst LucasArts adventure. An acquired taste.

>> No.4698173

I love both. Can't compare them. Neither are a particular favorite so I don't lean more toward either.

>> No.4699526

>>4697370
Honesty the objective worst, not counting the last Monkey Island, is Zak McKracken. It's practically a Sierra game

>> No.4699571

what the fuck is a loom

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>>4692817
Gloom is the better one...

>> No.4699623

>>4699582
Giving me some Dark Forces vibes right there.

>> No.4699707

>>4699571
A word most kids know by age 8

>> No.4699720

>>4697273
That was so pathetic.

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