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tlr online
22-08-09, 14:28
Lara Croft has returned to N-Gage in Tomb Raider: Underworld. This time the aim of the game is to retrieve Thor's Hammer. Tomb Raider was one of the more popular N-Gage classic games, and this new version has a similar style. But in contrast to the original version, which was a full port of the classic version of the game, Underworld is a simple N-Gage port of a limited Symbian version of the Underworld game which was released last year.

http://www.allaboutsymbian.com/news/item/10354_Tomb_Raider_Underworld_now_avi.php

NemesisX13X
22-08-09, 14:29
Blasphemy! :yik:

Chocola teapot
22-08-09, 14:29
Why? Isn't the NGage Old?

tlr online
22-08-09, 14:30
Why? Isn't the NGage Old?

Not the device, which is discontinued. The gaming platform from Nokia.

NemesisX13X
22-08-09, 14:31
I thought it was already out! :p

Chocola teapot
22-08-09, 14:31
Not the device, which is discontinued. The gaming platform from Nokia.

Ah, I understand. :)

tonyme
22-08-09, 14:42
I didn't know it was discontinued :p

remote91
22-08-09, 14:49
What's

The

Point?

maximum_123
22-08-09, 14:52
What's

The

Point?

To

Make

Money?

Alex Fly
22-08-09, 14:52
Ugly ugly ugly...

Minty Mouth
22-08-09, 14:52
Not the device, which is discontinued. The gaming platform from Nokia.

Gaming platform? If its not for the Phone, then what is it? Did they release a handheld gaming console?

Nerd For Life
22-08-09, 15:25
NDS did it better.

Thanks for sharing. :)

irjudd
22-08-09, 15:28
Not the device, which is discontinued. The gaming platform from Nokia.
Just to be clear; are you talking about this thing, or not?

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/91/Nokia_N-Gage.png

Dingaling
22-08-09, 15:30
He's talking about this: N-Gage service (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N-Gage_(service)).

Nerd For Life
22-08-09, 15:30
http://i341.photobucket.com/albums/o374/dawntodustguitarist/neo.jpg

irjudd
22-08-09, 15:31
He's talking about this: N-Gage service (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N-Gage_%28service%29).
Wow, Nokia definitely kept that under the radar! Has anyone besides a few Wikipedia contributors ever heard of this?

Minty Mouth
22-08-09, 15:34
Wow, Nokia definitely kept that under the radar! Has anyone besides a few Wikipedia contributors ever heard of this?

Its news to me....

Mokono
22-08-09, 15:36
Its news to me....

Me too, the java Underworld is buggy on my phone, i hope this one rocks :D!

PS: I just saw the vid and looks it was made with the same engine used by Symbian Legend, so it might work fine, thank you very much :tmb:!

Tony9595
22-08-09, 16:04
Z0MG! It looks better than the 360 version!![/SARCASM]

Lara Croft!
22-08-09, 16:07
Her arms are huge like a monkey's....

Love2Raid
22-08-09, 16:23
Just to be clear; are you talking about this thing, or not?

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/91/Nokia_N-Gage.png

Who still uses that?! :eek:

Oh right, N-Gage service...great. :o

ajrich17901
22-08-09, 16:44
Well if this isnt epic fail I dont know what is..

Love2Raid
22-08-09, 16:51
I guess it doesn't look bad for a mobile phone game. Except for Zip, what was he doing there? :hea:

And did I see Scorched Natla throwing fireballs? :confused:

Cochrane
22-08-09, 17:27
What surprises me most is that there is no iPhone version yet. I wouldn't buy it if it were, of course, but it's a platform that has more computing power than the Nintendo DS, is rather popular, and has a relatively high percentage of people who even buy third-party applications in the first place.

Tony9595
22-08-09, 17:38
↑ Yeah! I would kill for an iPod version :D

laracroftswest
22-08-09, 18:03
I don't like it very much... or at all.

ultima espio
22-08-09, 18:18
I guess it doesn't look bad for a mobile phone game. Except for Zip, what was he doing there? :hea:

And did I see Scorched Natla throwing fireballs? :confused:

I thought i saw that too:confused:

Candee Sparks
22-08-09, 18:41
I don't even know anyone in the states who even uses anything Nokia anymore. Were all Motorola and LG for pretty much everything now.

irjudd
22-08-09, 20:02
I don't even know anyone in the states who even uses anything Nokia anymore. Were all Motorola and LG for pretty much everything now.
I don't know, there was a brief Motorola Razr fad going on for a while, but I haven't seen someone use a Motorola phone in a long time. It's typically LG and Samsung with a very sparse iPhone user here and there.