Started by ukmarkh, 23:09, 13 January 10
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Quote from: ukmarkh on 23:09, 13 January 10I actually thought they were quite important.
Quote from: MacDeath on 19:38, 19 January 10This makes me believe British can't see colours.And were even cheaper than Alan sugar.
Quote from: fano on 20:32, 19 January 10"If the British can survive their meals, they can survive anything"
Quote from: MacDeath on 18:21, 21 January 10Frog's legs (with butter and garlic) is actually a decent dish.So are Snails (with garlic and butter too).To be honnest, it's just like any sea food : clams or shrimps...without the sea taste.And those dishes (Frog and snails) need a good amount of RedWine and French bread too.So, english magazines made special article on french Gaming industry ?do you have some exemples / sources ?In france, we somethimes got special interview/articles from games company, but not that nationnalistic themed.And to be honnest, I don't remember any German game. Were there some ?Mostly Brits, French and Spanish.But many Briton games were good.Code master was great in Mode1.And OCEAN did amongst the best arcades/movies stuff.Yet US gold was sometimes shit-tier ports.But like every ones, they could be as great as badly bad.
Quote from: Gryzor on 20:18, 21 January 10Don't remember exactly when, I'm afraid... but I've read at least two, and I think one was titled "The French connection".
QuoteI remember associating French CPC games with usually being original (i.e. not an arcade conversion), having really good MODE 0 graphics and interesting back stories (such as Infogrames games etc).
Quote from: MacDeath on 13:09, 22 January 10This explain why Infograme (now Atari) and UBISoft are still leaders.
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