When the installations for games were really fanciful, like C&C Renegade's where they would show like a mission briefing same to RA2?
nope cant remember those days.
The newer game installations are just agreements, browse where you want your folder and install (some with CD-key requests).
The older ones like 3-4 years back had those detailed installations where they wanted you to immerse yourself with the game? I'm sure many people remembered Red Alert 2's installation where it has a briefing, and the whole thing's like a console command.
actually, i remember renegade and RA2 now that i think hard. they were really cool
BlitZ, The 57th;4796795When the installations for games were really fanciful, like C&C Renegade's where they would show like a mission briefing same to RA2?
Stop! I miss those days... The innocent gaming days... The days when EA didn't have so much pull over the Command and Conquer series—
there there. it gon b k
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15th March 2005
I remember Renegade's (or was it Soldier of Fortune 2?). I always had to mute the damn speakers during that installation because the non-optional sounds they played made it impossible to do anything else at the same time. x.X
Not that I didn't appreciate the gesture, but I'd have preferred if it had been optional. A 'mute' checkbox would've been reaaaally handy.
I do agree, the Renegade install movie is really loud!
"Westwood— Scaring people with FMVs since 1992" ;)
I've always liked the Call of Duty series installations. The soundtrack going on in the background, and the slide show of scenes.