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Re: Time Periods that haven't been explored or used much in video games yet?

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Re: Time Periods that haven't been explored or used much in video games yet?

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1920's America?

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Re: Time Periods that haven't been explored or used much in video games yet?

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Grindhead_Jim wrote:

KZMProductionsGT wrote:

What are periods you think haven't been used much or not at all. To my knowledge i dont know if any games have been placed in these times:

 

Edwardian England

Deep South few years before civil war (slavery in the background)

 


Agreed, and i would also add the 1970's and 1980's to that.  Vice City showed a lot of people how cool a period piece could be, so, I do not know why it isn't utilized more.


I was about to say the 80's!  Smiley Tongue

 

 

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