Abandonware DOS title

Crusader: No Regret

Crusader: No Regret is shooter game designed by Tony Zurovec, Mark Vittek, developed by Origin Systems and released by Origin Systems in 1996. Crusader: No Regret runs on DOS. Crusader: No Regret is part of the Crusader game series.
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NOT abandonware
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Platforms
DOS
Rating
4.04 / 5.00 (71 votes)

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PC PowerPlay (1996) - final score: 95%: "The creators of the game obviously had a great time with the concept and as such have produced a very polished final product. For those people who have played the first game there will be no disappointment in the sequel, and for those who have not previously played, the storyline is easy to pick up with your rebel friends hinting at your Silencer's past deeds. Crusader: No Regret is a game that comes close to being perfect, if only the Origin folks could come up with some simpler controls or a way to grow an extra finger this game could have scored 100%."

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No Regret shipped with back-story material, including a fold-out propaganda poster/newspaper and a guide from the fictional Resistance.

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Additional info about Crusader: No Regret

Status: NOT abandonware
Input: joystick, keyboard, mouse
Distributed on: cd-rom
Abandonware DOS views: 13412
Series: Crusader: No Regret is part of the Crusader series.

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