sphinx46
Jellyfish
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Questions on the AGON games

[Post New]by sphinx46 on Nov 1, 11 2:48 PM
I want to know if all the AGON games are completed games or are they sequences
where they don't finish, one has to go on to the next one and the next one and so on. Or are they individual full games from strart to finish. please inform. Thanks

 
Martila
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Questions on the AGON games

[Post New]by Martila on Nov 2, 11 4:08 PM
sphinx46 wrote:I want to know if all the AGON games are completed games or are they sequences where they don't finish, one has to go on to the next one and the next one and so on. Or are they individual full games from strart to finish. please inform. Thanks


All Agon games can be played on their own. The protagonist is the same (Professor Samuel Hunt) and he travels to another place in each episode but these have entirely different and complete stories.

 
cinder555
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Re:Questions on the AGON games

[Post New]by cinder555 on Nov 7, 11 11:40 AM
They split one game into 3 games where you could buy somewhere else for one game

 
Martila
Minnow
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Re:Questions on the AGON games

[Post New]by Martila on Nov 7, 11 5:11 PM
cinder555 wrote:They split one game into 3 games where you could buy somewhere else for one game


No, Agon episodes 1-2-3 had been originally separate games, released one after the other in 2003-2004. They were combined in a trilogy later.
Agon-4 (The Lost Sword of Toledo) has always been a separate game and not part of the trilogy you refer to as "one game".

 
gamergirl675
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Re:Questions on the AGON games

[Post New]by gamergirl675 on Mar 17, 12 2:42 AM
Martila wrote:
cinder555 wrote:They split one game into 3 games where you could buy somewhere else for one game


No, Agon episodes 1-2-3 had been originally separate games, released one after the other in 2003-2004. They were combined in a trilogy later.
Agon-4 (The Lost Sword of Toledo) has always been a separate game and not part of the trilogy you refer to as "one game".


And the reason anyone in their right mind would pay $6.99 x 3 = $20.97 for what can be had for $4.49 TOTAL elsewhere is??? There's a reason they were placed together as a trilogy...

 
Martila
Minnow
Minnow
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Re:Questions on the AGON games

[Post New]by Martila on Mar 18, 12 2:12 AM
gamegirl675, the trilogy (Agon 1+2+3: The Mysterious Codex) is a bundle you can get elswhere for 9 -15 $ and Agon 4 (The Lost Sword of Toledo) for 12-19 $. So the four titles are likely to cost more elswhere than here on Big Fish.

 
gingergal
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Re:Questions on the AGON games

[Post New]by gingergal on May 27, 12 10:53 AM
Martila wrote:gamegirl675, the trilogy (Agon 1+2+3: The Mysterious Codex) is a bundle you can get elswhere for 9 -15 $ and Agon 4 (The Lost Sword of Toledo) for 12-19 $. So the four titles are likely to cost more elswhere than here on Big Fish.


If you live in the US you can get the bundle called 'viva adventure anthology' for $5.60 on another famous site when writing this post. Which includes the mysterious codex (agon 1-3), paradise, syberia 2 amongst other LF games. Now that's a bargain.

 
 
 
 
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