90's Sci-Fi FPS for DOS/Windows with multiple characters

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90's Sci-Fi FPS for DOS/Windows with multiple characters

Post by Phineashion » Mon Feb 18, 2019 6:42 am

Hey guys. First post, so sorry if anything is wrong.

I'm looking for this FPS that happened inside some sort of space ship where you can choose your character before the game. I remember there were, as playable characters, a Cyborg guy, a Dominatrix woman and some sort of monster, perhaps a werewolf or something like that.

I don't remember anymore details.
I played it around the 2000's in and old Games CD I had. It was probably from the 90's.

I may be wrong, but the stages were not linear, so you could go back to previous scenarios, just like Hexen II. But again, I'm not sure of this information.

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Post by Rwolf » Mon Feb 18, 2019 3:50 pm

Probably not MDK / MDK2; three guys, partly FPS partly adventure puzzles.
(I don't think there was a woman)

https://www.mobygames.com/game-group/mdk-series

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Post by Phineashion » Mon Feb 18, 2019 5:29 pm

Unfortunately not. But I did play a share of MDK. Nice game.

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Post by MrFlibble » Fri Feb 22, 2019 3:18 pm

Phineashion wrote:I'm looking for this FPS that happened inside some sort of space ship where you can choose your character before the game. I remember there were, as playable characters, a Cyborg guy, a Dominatrix woman and some sort of monster, perhaps a werewolf or something like that.
That would be In Pursuit of Greed.

The game's free nowadays, get the full version here (legal!).
Phineashion wrote:I may be wrong, but the stages were not linear, so you could go back to previous scenarios, just like Hexen II. But again, I'm not sure of this information.
There is no hub level as far as I know but you indeed often have to backtrack through a level to flip a switch, very similar to the notorious switch puzzles from Hexen.

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Post by Rwolf » Fri Feb 22, 2019 6:58 pm

Great, another game I need to play - esp. as I love the music tracks already (several are the same as in the Crusader series, if not all.)

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Post by MrFlibble » Sat Feb 23, 2019 2:22 pm

Rwolf wrote:I love the music tracks already (several are the same as in the Crusader series, if not all.)
Yeah, it's Andrew Sega stuff all the way

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