OK, here’s a new one, @Left_Empty not allowed to guess ;)
Dinosaurs? Trespasser has been done already so Turok?
Not sure that’s a dinosaur… Impossible Creatures?
Not a dinosaur and nope.
Haha. Somehow that eye looked very familiar. I’ll try to post something later today.
Yeah, I recognized it as well. It must be more distinctive than it seems at first. ;)
No idea, but totally love the irony of revealing the non descript BS quote!
This got the coherence of what the Grimoire box art would have been like in my mind.
Not a bad approximation-- just wait to see the whole thing! However I’ve just discovered that this game had a different cover in Europe, quite different in fact, and possibly more popular.
Holy crap this is Lost Eden. I remember that tag line. I played most of the Cryo games. Few were actually that good, but they were all technically impressive for the time.
@nijimeijer, you’re on a roll!
Lost Eden was indeed an artistic triumph, both in visuals and music. In fact it is the earliest that I remember being blown away by textured 3D graphics in a game-- specifically that intro with the flying pterodactyl. It looks incredibly stiff and silly today, but it was impressive for the time.
Heh. I think it’s less about being on a roll and more about bouncing between a couple of you that seem to generally share a similar gaming history with me. One reserved for old fogies, I think.
I’ll get a new one up shortly. Maybe I’ll even try to pick one from this century so these young folks will have a shot.
You bet! That hideous collage isn’t at all what I recall the cover being. It was something Ico-like, almost.
Still thought the game was horrible looking back then though. Can’t help the 3D-hater in me!