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thesheeep

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Man... now I want another game along the lines of Battle For Dune.
That was such a great game, and the cutscenes were just pure gold.

A minute of silence for Westwood. :cry:
 

Ralph Dula

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Merging with a sandworm and turning yourself into an immortal monstrosity as the only way to save mankind. I get why one might feel the necessity to do this but be unhappy that you have to live with the consequences. No nookie for 3,500 years.
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Nobby-W

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So, there's been a lot of "what was that hand spider thing" well, it's a Teleixu sex toy in a gimp suit and not a pre-teen boy at all and it's there to show the baron is a pervert without having him strangle kittens. I get the decision, really it's probably for the best.

No, I’m trapped in a sexy world.

Boy howdy have we ever! ... never mind.
 
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Mankcam

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Yep I've just seen this now, and yeah I really love this adapation of DUNE.
A much more articulate review than I can provide (with spoilers) can be found here.
Very good, I can't wait to see Part Two :thumbsup:
 

Giganotosaurus

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I loved how much emotion there was in Dune.
The Harkonnen's felt perverse, bloated and dim-witted.
The Saudakar felt elite, fanatical and deadly
And the Sandworms felt holy and sacred.
Everything just felt like it was designed to evoke these emotions to give you a better sense of the characters without directly telling you.
 
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