Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2
 

Red Alert 2

Kirov reporting.

 
Wayne Gretzky’s 3D Hockey
 

Wayne Gretzky’s 3D Hockey

LET'S GO WHALERS!

 
Kirby’s Dream Land
 

Kirby’s Dream Land

The beast awakens...

 

Police Quest 3: The Kindred

The first two games in the Police Quest series, while certainly enjoyable in their own ways, seemed to be struggling to find their place. Through a combination of meager writing and some failed ideas, they never entirely attained the goal of being either an entertaining police drama, or a realistic police simulator. They were basically […]

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Police Quest II: The Vengeance

In Police Quest 2, Jim Walls and Sonny Bonds make their respective returns, two years after Sierra’s release of the original. In this episode, Walls focuses on that eternal emblem of police the world over – the homicide detective. It’s the job that’s a goal for many, the most glamourized in the media, and here […]

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The Terminator: Future Shock 

The Terminator: Future Shock

Bethesda’s first fully 3D Terminator game does just about everything right – except for SkyNet’s blasted cheating.

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Robocop vs Terminator

It’s a match made in comic book dreams. A man who protects humanity by becoming a machine, versus a machine who destroys humanity by impersonating a man. The Dark Horse crossover was really just a matter of time, and the game based on it shouldn’t be much of a surprise either. Frank Miller’s comic series […]

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Police Quest (VGA Remake)

Games aren’t usually remade, professionally, by their original companies. I assume for those that are, the reasons are similar to remakes in the movie industry – the original didn’t sell as well as the studio felt the story and material should have, the director’s vision was hampered by technology or budget constraints at the time, […]

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Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel

Police Quest represents an interesting experiment in changing what adventure games were all about. Previously Sierra, and others, had focused on creating these interactive adventures out of cartoonish, comedic properties from the minds of some very creative writers and designers. Police Quest still attempted to be a fun adventure, but also wanted to nail down […]

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