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Old Nov 2, 2005, 08:01 PM   #1
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Default NOLF great game, great ratings, but lousy sales

I've read on the official NOLF website about all the high ratings NOLF got (way back in 2001). I never even heard about this game in 2001. The game I was looking for back then was System Shock 2 and AvP2. Did the game bomb in terms of sales? How did NOLF2 do in terms of sales?

It's a great game though. Somewhat different from NOLF2 (which I played first) in gameplay (and of course graphics quality). I hate to say it but the in-game movies are sometimes way too long. Tom Goodman was actually a good character from this game -- it's too bad that he gets killed. They should've done more with the train level (which reminded me of The Spy who Loves Me) and the space station level.

Does anyone know who did the music for the GOTY edition of NOLF? Some of the tracks sound like they were going to be used for the game but didn't make it. I couldn't find anything on who did the GOTY music tracks via google or the official NOLF websites.
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Old Nov 2, 2005, 08:37 PM   #2
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NOLF still ranks amongst my all time favorite games. In storyline aspect, I find the original to be superior to the sequel. Same thing I will say about gameplay of these two games. Minus the rediculous office level of NOLF.

I don't think either game sold much, but I'm pretty sure that NOLF2 was more successful in this department. I had no idea what I was getting into when buying the original title and I imagine a lot of people have skipped it due to this fact.

And, oh, the humor...
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Old Nov 2, 2005, 09:39 PM   #3
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I really enjoyed NOLF and NOLF 2. Thought the graphics were great and had really enjoyed the humor and storyline. I hope they continue it
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Old Nov 3, 2005, 10:52 AM   #5
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I didn't find the office level that bad. I haven't finished NOLF but I'm guessing you're talking about the Dumas enterprises office level (safecracker, I think the mission is called) where you have to sneak around. I didn't find this level as bad as trying to sneak around the soviet records building in NOLF2.

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NOLF still ranks amongst my all time favorite games. In storyline aspect, I find the original to be superior to the sequel. Same thing I will say about gameplay of these two games. Minus the rediculous office level of NOLF.

I don't think either game sold much, but I'm pretty sure that NOLF2 was more successful in this department. I had no idea what I was getting into when buying the original title and I imagine a lot of people have skipped it due to this fact.

And, oh, the humor...
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Old Nov 3, 2005, 11:12 AM   #6
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The sky diving part was one of the coolest parts of any game I have played.
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Old Nov 3, 2005, 11:40 AM   #7
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and the line the one dude says after that part was great
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Heh, now you guys have got me in the mood to reinstall and replay it after all these years.
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Old Nov 3, 2005, 10:21 PM   #9
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I have NOLF 2 lying around somewhere but have never got around to actually playing it. Should I try get hold of NOLF and play that first?
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The first one is better imo and I suggest you try to find it. If it isn't possible, then go ahead and play nolf 2.
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I loved NOLF, and I really enjoyed NOLF2, not as much as the first, but I still liked it. I'm yet to play Contract JACK, but my brother played it and he finished it in like 3 hours. Some expansion...
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The pending release of NOLF 2 was the primary reason I upgraded from my Radeon (original) to a 9700 Pro. Excellent game in every regard. Contract J.A.C.K. is a total waste. It has the same engine as NOLF, and that's about it. None of the same characters, gadgets, humor, plot, dialogue, or even an end boss.
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If you haven't played the game then you definitely should, but I second the idea that you should play the first before the second. The first is better than the second, although the second is still good.
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I believe, without researching, that both NOLF and NOLF2 did well in sales. I say this because just about every gamer seems to know about them and/or has played them. Besides, if NOLF didn't do so well, why did they bother to create a NOLF2?
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They should've done more with the train level (which reminded me of The Spy who Loves Me) and the space station level.
There's an extensive space station level (or levels, don't remember) in Contract J.A.C.K. This game is basically an expansion pack for NOLF2, but the character is Jack, an assasin, and the emphasis is on shoot-em-up, not stealth or info-gathering.

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NOLF2 is probably my fav FPS of all time. Either that or HL2. I absolutely loved the gameplay and the humor was great! The game had a lot of charm and wasn't afraid to not take things too seriously. Plus, there was plenty of variety and lots of interesting missions.

I didn't have a chance to play the original until about a year ago. It's a good game too but I just didn't like it as much as the sequel.

I have no plans to play JACK since I heard it's crap.
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They wasn't massive hit, but it sold very well, that's why they made the sequel amnd sequel sold good enough to make JACK(it sucked, but every damn add-on to Monolith game sucks, so it wasn't a suprise Maybe FEAR add-on will brake the curse)
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NOLF 2 eh....??

I never laughed so much playing a game....some of it was just genius! In parts, it was as 'Camp' as a row of pink tents

I still remember the India mission - where a policeman is trying to move a 'street peasant' along because he's trying to charge people for going through a gate. The dialogue and voice acting was top notch..total hilarity
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NOLF is still one of my favorite games of all time. It had everything, action, story, stealth, humor, vehicles, etc... NOLF2 was also oustanding but I kinda liked the first one a little more. Contract Jack was one of the bigest pieces of garbage ever to grace my hard drive...it just plain sucked.
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Does anyone know how to tweak the NOLF autoexec.cfg file for maximum eye candy? I've changed two variable values and it seemed to make things sharper:

fogenable was set to "0.00000" I set it to 1.00000
screendepth was set to "16" I set it to 32
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I've got the GOTY edition of NOLF but how do I play the additional missions? I had thought there was an additional volcano mission for the GOTY edition of NOLF?
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Heh, now I will have to dig out some of my old old backup CDs that have all my old files and game patches. While I'm at it, maybe I will reinstall Soldier of Fortune 1

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I loved NOLF, and I really enjoyed NOLF2, not as much as the first, but I still liked it. I'm yet to play Contract JACK, but my brother played it and he finished it in like 3 hours. Some expansion...
I thought it took much longer than 3 hours! Your brother didn't do any exploring. I prefer Contract JACK multiplayer more than NOLF 2. CJ is more fun and doesn't have the stupid bananas or traps.
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I have no plans to play JACK since I heard it's crap.
I saw Jack at CompUSA for $6.00 US. It is worth playing it for that price.
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I have NOLF 2 lying around somewhere but have never got around to actually playing it. Should I try get hold of NOLF and play that first?
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I've got the GOTY edition of NOLF but how do I play the additional missions? I had thought there was an additional volcano mission for the GOTY edition of NOLF?
It's at the end of the game, after the credits, after you kill Tom...
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He must have been playing on the easiest difficulty level. There's no way you can get through all of NOLF2 on any of the harder difficulties in 3 hours.

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Heh, now you guys have got me in the mood to reinstall and replay it after all these years.
on my trip down nostalgia lane, i just finished Deus Ex:IW again and started playing NOLF2.
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I loved the game.
It was an experience, which puts it a level above most other FPS.

I thought it was pretty popular, if not a smash success...
The second one pushed my 8500DV to the breaking point, too.
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