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Hey everyone,

I was wondering if any of you guys ever heard of this game. I believe it was first released in 1996 for DOS and it was one of the first games I ever got to play. It is an isometric shooter in a sci-fi setting. This game made a major impact on my life and I still enjoy the memory of playing it. After many years I found out there is a sequel to the game that continues where the first one ended. I never got to play this sequel, and maybe I never will, who knows? The gameplay was amazing, I was too young to be able to follow the story (Did not speak English yet), but the atmosphere, the graphics the storyline was not even necessary!

Up to this day it is still one of my favorite games and was hoping for a new release that would not require awkward programs like DOSBOX (Awesome that the possibility exists though) or an actual computer running DOS.

Anyways, I read about Crusader on wikipedia today and found out that people actually have been trying to create a newer version for the playstation portable, but the company that was making it was bought by EA and the game got cancelled (what I heard).

Video of the cancelled game:

I was wondering if any of you guys ever heard of this game and what your experience with it was, so please tell me about that.


The game was really really good!

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