A three level (plus one intro level) mini-scenario for Marathon Infinity.
This scenario is a sequel to Marathon Phoenix, although it is not as difficult. The player is reunited with Durandal, and the two follow the path of the UESC Atreides to a distant Human base.
Contains the most complex level I've seen!
SomeAverageGuy on Apr 24th 2013, Version
The last level is a pure work of art. The level's detail is immense and it has a lot of storeys overlapping each other.
Epic Coda to Phoenix
SomeAverageGuy on Apr 23rd 2013, Version
Nice mini-scenario! Worth getting for sure.
goran svensson on Nov 4th 2012, Version
Good overall quality. Last level is my favorite. I think Alex nailed the aesthetics on that one. It is a pity you do not get to see it in the screenshots :)
Lh'owon on Oct 16th 2012, Version
patrick on Oct 13th 2012, Version
ryokotk as ventriloquist throwing his voice into the mouth of a durandal dummy
ryokotk as xipe totec wearing the flayed skin of our computer friend, contorting its digital lips to form strange syllables
ryokotk as master of encounter design, toning it down from the attritional excess of phoenix
ryokotk as maker of a set of maps both fun to explore and questionably named
kindred spirits: plugging up the hole in our collective heart when all my children was cancelled
Provost on Oct 13th 2012, Version
Six skulls - Ryoko's getting more devious with his hiding places.
Kindred Spirits provides substantial combats, including what may be a bolstered version of the cyborg. The drones are back too. The levels show off with intricate architecture that bolsters the gameplay. 'Dr. Tycho's Castle' comes off particularly strongly.
Kindred Spirits uses the dull Infinity textures but that's mostly a matter of opinion. Durandal hits us with a side of his personality we haven't seen before, specifically the "I'm thrilled to see you but I would never admit it." At any rate, he doesn't sound quite the way he does in other scenarios.
Another great pack!
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