Favourite Thief Missions
Posted 03 December 2004 - 10:11 PM
Personally, I loved the Bonehoard and the first Underground citadel maps. I liked the idea of exploring ancient ruins, with old traps and zombies running around.
I loved the Ramirez mission where you had to follow the assassins through the city. Stalking someone through the shadows was a great feeling. And I loved the Thieves' Highway in T2. The idea of being able to go where other people couldn't was very appealing.
I also loved the idea of the quarrantined section of town (can't think of the name). That was a beautiful concept, and I hope we can work something similar into our own campaign.
I generally did NOT like the mechanist stuff from T2, particularly the grenade launchers and surveillance cameras. Too high-tech for my taste. The boiler bots were not quite as bad, but still far from my favourite.
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Posted 03 December 2004 - 10:38 PM
The Dark Project:
The Lost City
Song of the Caverns
Return to the Cathedral
The Metal Age
Life of the party
Shipping and Receiving
First City Bank and Trust
Trail of Blood
Posted 04 December 2004 - 03:50 AM
Never cared much for the Zombie or underground levels, except Return To Cathedral. But I'm a little torn there because the Zombie maps are all very exciting.
Posted 04 December 2004 - 05:06 AM
another thing was this undercover mission in T1 (don't know, how it's called in the english version). I really loved it.
Posted 05 December 2004 - 07:07 PM
I'm a T2 guy myself, I played it first and it's still in my top three favourite games. THe amount of woo and other nonsense in T1 really put me off the game.
I have to say though, the Cradle mission from T3 was excellent, so woo can be done well.
My favoutie mission types are generally the normal mansion/bank/warehouse/museum jobs, the sort of thing a thief would actually do, not those silly save-the-world-superhero or ghostbuster missions
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