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that game was awesome, and the overworld map of dune was impressively detailed. also, you could ride sandworms later in the game and choose to just sit back and watch the whole trip.
If you want an obscure sf dystopia that will surprise everyone, by the way, hunt out a copy of Thomas Disch's ON WINGS OF SONG.
However, as far as the question asked earlier on: "Why always Dune?"... well, I think Dune is the closest science fiction equivalent to Lord of the Rings.From a personal standpoint, I tried to get into the Lord of the Rings books a number of times when I was 13, but they simply didnt' grab me. The Dune series however... I blew through the first four books off the series the summer before highschool, and my brain nearly exploded. I tried to memorize every Arakeen term in the glossary. I designed and built an overly complicated three legged chair in shop class, due to references of Harkonnen furniture.
Their version of the Butlerian Jihad is far more entertaining than the prequels.