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The Terminator: SkyNET 

The Terminator: SkyNET

Expansion pack/sequel to Terminator: Future Shock that has some quality of life improvements, a streamlined plot, and no teleporting Termies.

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Outlander 

Outlander

Static barrels through a post-apocalyptic driving/survival game that is absolutely, definitely not a unlicensed take on Mad Max.

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Manhunter: New York 

Manhunter: New York

Floating alien eyeballs have enslaved the human race and reshaped society. You are a human “manhunter” tasked with tracking and eliminating dissidents. Will you follow your orders or join the revolution in the Sierra adventure that tries way too hard to be a Sierra adventure.

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Back to the Future II & III 

Back to the Future II & III

Travel the overworld of four different time periods, playing arcade minigames for objects that need to be returned to their own time. While frogs and birds attack you. It’s weird, man.

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Elite

I was looking through my great list ‘o NES games when this one caught my eye. “Surely it’s not the Elite,” thought I. The BBC Micro original is a legend among space sims. How would you ever port it to the piddly old NES? But of course, it was done; otherwise this review wouldn’t be […]

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Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi

It had to happen eventually. The only thing LucasArts loved more than pimping out its Star Wars franchise, was finishing a lucrative trilogy. So when Super Empire Strikes Back became the new buzzword, you could have bet dollars to doughnuts that you’d be seeing a final Super Star Wars game. This is that game. If […]

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