Frank Herbert's Dune
|Frank Herbert's Dune|
|Widescreen Games, DreamCatcher Interactive|
|Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 2|
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Frank Herbert's Dune is a 2001 3D video game based on the 2000 Sci Fi Channel miniseries of the same name. The game was neither a commercial nor critical success, and was the last product by Cryo Interactive, which went bankrupt shortly after the game's failure.
As Paul, the son of the Duke Atreides's concubine and heir to the throne, the player must earn the trust and respect from the natives of the desert planet Dune, the Fremen, to ultimately become their prophesied messiah and free them from the desolate conditions of the planet. Done that, there still is the evil Baron Harkonnen to overcome; he, with covert backup from the Emperor, had slaughtered the Atreides family.
The story behind each mission is accurate to the novels, though taking place during the two-year span in the 1965 novel Dune when Paul gains the trust of the Fremen.
References[edit | edit source]
- Overview: Cryo Interactive Entertainment. MobyGames.com. Retrieved on March 17, 2010
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