LGR – Ripper – DOS PC Game Review
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LGR – Ripper – DOS PC Game Review

[slow, thumping beat] [typing] The 7th Guest. Once it became a huge hit in 1993, CD-ROM full-motion video adventure games became the newest fad. Games like Phantasmagoria, Black Dahlia, and The 11th Hour followed, each promising to be better than the other. And then you had Ripper, a game by Take-2 Interactive Software from 1996 […]

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GONE FISHIN | Gmod: Prop Hunt (Funny Moments)
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GONE FISHIN | Gmod: Prop Hunt (Funny Moments)

*waaposh!* Wade: We’re underwater again, and it’s the same. Mark: Come on guys. Jack: Yeeahhh. Mark: Jus- we have so many good memories from this map I thought it would be good to start- Wade: No, I have no good memories, you and Bob do. Jack: *Chuckles* Bob: Oh yea, that’s right. Mark: Yeah… Wade: […]

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LEGO Island: The First Lego Game on PC
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LEGO Island: The First Lego Game on PC

[typing] [funky jazz music] This is one of those games I know that plenty of people grew up with, but I’d never played until now. Lego Island, developed and published by Mindscape in 1997 for Windows PCs. This is the first of the officially- licensed Lego video games, and in a world where we’ve got […]

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LGR – Afterlife – PC Game Review
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LGR – Afterlife – PC Game Review

♪♪ [typing] Have you ever been playing Sim City 2000 by Maxis and just thought to yourself, “Man, this game would be great, if it would just go to Hell?” Or go to Heaven. Or hang around in Limbo for a while. Well, you would not be alone. In fact, there was a game publisher […]

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LGR – Spore – PC Game Review
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LGR – Spore – PC Game Review

Spore. Spore never changes. This most promising and infamous of phallus creation kits was developed by Maxis and published by Electronic Arts in 2008 for Windows and Macintosh PCs. However it’s no secret that Spore is considered by many to be one of the biggest letdowns in gaming in the past ten years. But was […]

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