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enemy territory and americas army are not commercial games, they are free, just not open source.
if that doesn't matter anyway and they belong in here can we have Legends: The Coming Of A New Age in here please
EDIT: damn missed it by 18 minutes.
shouldn't have been playing games
Last edited by randomblast; 11-15-2003 at 04:47 PM.
I played nearly every Star Wars PC game since X-Wing (missed only the unbearable Phantom Menace (no fun at all) and Jedi Outcast ( too busy to play it through), so this was my first and only game this year, and it was fun ;-)
Legends is in an interesting position in these awards. While it is not open source (and therefor technically commercial) it also does not cost money. Legends is a community project steming from the Tribes inspired "freedom of movement" genre emphasizing truly 3D gameplay.
http://hosted.tribalwar.com/legends <- check us out if you haven't already. We also can be found in #v12 on irc.dynamix.com. Thank you for including our project in your awards, it is highly flattering.