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Wolfenstein 3D 

Wolfenstein 3D

B.J. Blazkowicz is breaking out, breaking in, and breaking down Hitler’s front door.

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Alien Trilogy 

Alien Trilogy

I was introduced to this game as an early Playstation title. I remember rumblings about it when the PS launched, and was certainly looking forward to it, considering I like the films, and the PS launch first-person-shooters were the likes of the heinous Kileak: The DNA Imperative. As it turned out, Alien Trilogy was overall […]

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Star Wars: Dark Forces

It had to happen eventually. The only thing LucasArts loved more than pimping out its Star Wars franchise, was staying on the cutting edge of technology. So when Doom became the new buzzword, you could have bet dollars to doughnuts that you’d be seeing an first-person-shooter Star Wars game. This is that game. Dark Forces […]

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BioForge

Here’s one that may or may not be familiar to classic adventure gamers. BioForge is a sci-fi quest that places you as an amnesiac character who wakes up in a futuristic prison cell. I know what you’re thinking, I can stop because you’ve heard this one before. Well, the catch this time is that you’ve […]

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The Terminator: 2029

For a while, Terminator games were a hot property. Bethesda Software, before they became better-known for their Elder Scrolls/Morrowind games, had acquired what must have been very generous rights for developing a whole bevy of Terminator-licensed games. I count at least four offhand, and this DOS shooter marks the first. Terminator 2029 focuses on the […]

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Doom 

Doom

What can I say about Doom that hasn’t already been said? Well, I try with about 2200 words or so.

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