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Page 43 of the November 2011 issue of OXM has an interesting bit of trivia that I totally forgot about. Bethesda's first game was Gridiron! in 1986 for the Commodore Amiga and it was the first physics-based 11x11 football game. After that EA hired them to create John Madden Football.
It's also claimed in there that one year after Arena, the game The Terminator: Future Shock was their first full 3D game that basically set all of the techniques they'd use in their future games, and it was also the game that pioneered mouselook, which apparently they got panned for in contemporary reviews.
Loved Future shock (and Skynet), in fact the first game of theirs i played was Terminator 2029 think a EOB tyoe game with guns.. it was quite fun I thouhgt and I replayed it about a year ago. Call of Cthulhu was a game tht got no love that should have too... I really dont thienk they have made a bad game except eh Star Trek one. (not counting published games.. some of those are pretty bad.. Brink, WET (which was kinda cool but it suffered excessive control syndrom.. to many button pushes to do to many things)
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