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October 3rd, 2015

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Ancient DOS Games --- Episode 10

System Shock

WARNING! This video contains mature content. If you are under the age of 18, or if you find such content offensive, please do not watch this episode.

Additional Information and Corrections:

  • As of late 2015, this game is FINALLY available on GOG! It comes as both the original game and a special version which has been editted to include some additional features such as mouselook and higher rendering resolutions. You can grab it from here for $10: http://www.gog.com/game/system_shock_enhanced_edition

  • I wonder if anyone will get the "people-wafers" reference?

  • I neglected to mention why the mouse movement controls were cumbersome. If you watch the mouse cursor you'll notice it has special arrow symbols appear over it depending on where on the screen it is. These symbols indicate that you can move and turn by using the mouse, but these mouse controls are highly unresponsive and difficult to use so it's best to use the keyboard as much as possible.

  • Other patches I didn't mention include the Staminup which removes your fatigue for awhile so you can run and jump your best, Reflex which slows down time substantially, Sight which lets you see better in the dark, and Genius which supposedly makes the puzzles easier, but I never have any luck with it. :P

  • If anyone does beat my score, feel free to send it in and I'll post the best three here! :)

  • While it is possible to keep your regenerations count at 0 just by reloading your game, doing this means having to once again fight any battles which defeated you since your last save.

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