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I've knocked this together as a start, but it needs a lot of work. I'll do more later, by creating screenshots, scanning the game boxes, adding critical reaction, more detail to the story etc. JamyskisWhisper, Contribs 11:25, 18 January 2006 (UTC)
How the hell does this article still exist, there are NO external links of any kind on the page... -SleweD (talk) 13:17, 21 August 2008 (UTC)
I added a long overdue tag for references. I believe there would be some given the popularity of the original movie, though it's possible they'd mainly be in print-only videogame and horror magazines, or even that there aren't many at all.
This recent addition:
"The game has references to Nocturne. Some characters from Nocturne appear at the start of the game: Master Khen Rigzin, Coronel Hapscomb, General Biggs, an unnamed secretary, Svetlana Lupescu, and The Stranger. The Stranger reappears later in the game, on the fourth day, as the player's partner. Some enemies from Nocturne (a bat creatures, a werewolf) also appear in the beginning of the game, in the training session. The game also directly references David Lynch's Twin Peaks. There are several references in the game, most notably that Dale Cooper makes a cameo appearence in the Burketsville Diner, directly using quotes from the television show("Damn fine cup of coffee....and Hot!"). His name is given as "Dale" only when chatting to him while the town sherrif is present."
Would it be better to have a section for each game, with subheaders for gameplay, plot, reception, etc., or to have a section for plot, gameplay, etc. and a subheader for each game (as in the reception section)? NothingInTheSun (talk) 22:49, 19 June 2013 (UTC)