No Regret begins 46 hours after the events of No Remorse. The Silencer’s escape pod is picked up by a freighter that is headed to the WEC penitentiary mining facility on the Moon, where political dissidents and Resistance members are held. The mining operation there is the key to destabilizing the entire WEC structure from within, and this is why Chairman Draygan himself is overseeing the program. The Resistance has also managed to install a cell on the Moon and is trying to delay the Di-Corellium extraction as much as possible. All the pieces are in place and it is up to you to make the first move—and the last one.
Compared to its predecessor, Crusader: No Regret is much more straightforward, and with a higher emphasis on action. This is by no means a bad thing, because sometimes good old-fashioned shotgun diplomacy is the right solution to the problem, and the Silencer is an unquestionable expert in this field.
Age requirements: ESRB Rating: TEEN with Animated Blood, Animated Violence.
Minimum system requirements: Windows XP or Windows Vista, 1.8 GHz Processor, 512MB RAM (1 GB recommended), 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7 (compatible with DirectX 9 recommended), 2GB HDD, Mouse, Keyboard.
Minimum system requirements (Mac): OS X 10.6.8 or later. Processor: Intel Core Duo 2GHz+ Memory: 1GB of RAM Graphics: 64MB of video memory Recommended two-button mouse, or Apple mouse with Secondary Button / Secondary Click enabled.
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Posted on 2011-11-22 09:35:30 byHarzzach:
Whatever positive things you can say about "Crusader: No Remorse", you can say about "Crusader: No Regret". Same engine, slightly different textures, slightly different weapons and enemies, still the same game.
You may ask: "Bohooo, where is the innovation???"
I respond: "Fuck innovation!"
"No Remorse" was an outstanding actionread more game. And so is "No Regret". It's the same game and makes the same amount of fun you can have with its predecessor. When someone aks me which game he should get, i would say he should get both. When someone had fun with "No Remorse", he should get "No Regret".
No pity with your credit card balances! Buy! Now!!
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Posted on 2011-11-22 12:18:16 byGratbarst:
Darker, nastier, funnier,
additional weapons, death effects more gross and more screamy.
Better controls (forward roll = new tactics) plus a few twists in the plot and some lightweight puzzly shooty bits.
I played it through in 1997 and despite missing Weasel, and despite having played No Remorse first, I enjoyed this one more.
What's the GoG expression? Instabuy? - this certainly was for me
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Posted on 2011-11-22 20:26:45 bywvpr:
Completes the storyline of the all-too-short Crusader series, with several subtle gameplay refinements, new weapons, new enemies, and new environments. The new gameplay elements don't fundamentally change the game experience or challenge, but they add some variety. The new environments are fresh, with much new artwork and even more hidden areas to blast open. Music is as goodread more as the first, videos about the same, missions are longer and harder, and there are no more base interludes with weapon shopping. The final showdown is considerably deadlier than the one in No Remorse.
Start with No Remorse. If you like that game and still want more, it's here! If you don't, this one won't change your mind.
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