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Games / Backwards Compatible Rebellion Games..
« on: 06 December, 2017, 01:19:57 pm »
Do you think we'll ever see any Rebellion games go backwards compatible on Xbox? There's a bunch I'd want - Rogue Warrior, AVP, NeverDead, Sniper Elite V2, even ones like Sniper Elite 3 which we have superior Xbox One versions of, but I think it's cool to preserve these things!

A few of those might have licensing issues to work out, Dick Marcinko would have to sign off on Rogue Warrior, Whoever owns the AVP licence would have to ok AVP (I think Sega still owns the Aliens licence so I think that's helpful), as for NeverDead I'm not sure what the situation is there, Konami published but I think they were also somehow involved in development, so I don't know what they own. I assume the Sniper Elite games would have no problems?

Oh and that's just 360, lets not forget Sniper Elite 1, Dredd Vs. Death and Rogue Trooper on the original Xbox!  :o

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General / Trying to find a strip..
« on: 29 May, 2017, 12:55:44 pm »
Hi guys. I was reminiscing about a comic I read when I was kid and I'd love to read it again, I was wondering if you could help. I'll try to describe it.

I think it was a one-off set in the Judge Dredd universe, but I could be wrong. I seem to remember it looking like megacity one in my minds eye. Judge Dredd himself was hardly in it, if at all. It was about a restaurant serving up some mutagen or something  (unbeknownst to the diners) that turned all the patrons into body-horror nightmares. I remember it made me feel queasy but I loved it!

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Creative Common / Looking to improve my drawing
« on: 16 September, 2013, 03:25:57 pm »
There are a lot of fantastic artists on here, and whereas im fairly competent at pixel art where with the size and the digital nature of it, iterations can be fired out quick and fast (and therefore its easier to brute-force something to look correct), my actual drawing skills arent up to much.

I was just wondering if any of the talented 2000ad forum folks had any practical exercises that really helped them improve as an artist? what to draw? how often? or perhaps mindsets, approaches to drawing?

Its funny, i play guitar and if someone wanted to know how to get to an acceptable standard at that, i could confidently help, but i draw as well and have no idea how to efficiently improve!

Cheers fellas

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Help! / Need some help with reference material..
« on: 04 September, 2013, 05:43:23 pm »
Im thinking of making a Rogue Trooper videogame mockup for the art competition, but i dont have any reference material for what Nu-Earth really looks like! I remember lots of vague wasteland from stories in 2000ad but I would love to see some vistas in colour that show the landscape and terrain to try and nail it down. If anyone could help me find some such images id be very grateful!

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General / Trying to remember..
« on: 07 July, 2013, 11:22:54 am »
When i was younger, im sure i read a full colour retelling/reworking of the story of rico returning from the penal colony.  art like this http://images.wikia.com/britishcomics/images/5/50/Rico_Dredd.jpg . It mightve been part of the classics series, which is where i read America for the first time too

Is there anywhere i can get hold of this rico remake? It was top and ace.

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Welcome to the board / Good Morning!
« on: 26 June, 2013, 08:51:33 am »
Hi everyone, Ive been an intermittent lurker for a long time and ive finally signed up to join in. read my first Dredd Comic when i was 8 i think, it was the Judge Dredd Megazine with Heavy Metal Dredd in it as i remember! I was going on holiday with my family and my mum told me to get a magazine for the plane, well i got a megazine instead and thank god she didnt check inside! I think someone got their ghoulies chopped off. been a fan ever since, though my wallet hasnt always permitted my fix. Not that i get my kicks out of just ghoulies being chopped off, one of the things ive always loved about 2000ad is the variety. fascist antiheroes, swashbuckling rogues, mutant bounty hunters, mind-bending future shocks, moving stories like America, its got it all!

ill stop gushing now.

Ta!

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