ucfalumknight says: Granted, the graphics engine AitD 1 is woefully dated. This is the game the truly began the Survival Horror Genre. Resident Evil owes its life to this game.
ucfalumknight says: Graphically impressive even by today's standards, this game is an underwater version of the space sim. Compelling story, great controls, and excellent visuals makes this a must have.
ucfalumknight says: When put up against Baldur's Gate, this game is pale by comparison. But, when taken on its own it is an great change of pace with its Steampunk setting. The story is good and the game mechanics are solid. For $5.99, a must have!
ucfalumknight says: A wonderful flight simulator, which I would compare more to Independence War than Freespace. It is immersive and really allows the user to experience what the brave men of WWII would have experienced.
ucfalumknight says: Free you say?!? A nice little graphic adventure. Definitely worth the price!
ucfalumknight says: Though the engine is dated, this is still a high quality FPS. Those of us that remember the early days of FPS story was slim, but the bullets were plentiful. Worth every penny.
ucfalumknight says: Don't hold the films against this gem. BloodRayne was a wonderful change in the PC landscape of the 90's. The story is good, and the action is awesome. A steal at $5.99.
ucfalumknight says: A great City Sim, if I were to compare the amount of time I spent on this classic compared to the price, it should be a million dollars.
ucfalumknight says: This isometric shooter had me go through several Gravis Gamepads when it came out. Beautiful, harsh, and unforgiving, this game is a steal at $5.99
ucfalumknight says: See above. In addition, this was a worthy sequel.
ucfalumknight says: This is an excellent atmospheric point and click adventure. Rich in atmosphere as well as story, this is worth it's price!
ucfalumknight says: I wasn't as enthused with the story in this one, but if point and click puzzle games are your thing, this is well worth it's price.
ucfalumknight says: The pre-cursor to Freespace, this version of Descent revolutionized the FPS and Space Sim genres. Immersive, smart, and techically advanced, this game still holds up to day. Easily worth twice the price.
ucfalumknight says: A nice little Graphical Adventure that is worth twice the price! Ok you math geeks, figure that one out. :P
ucfalumknight says: Feeling ripped off by DNF? Not a problem. Play the original version that was revolutionary at its release and still today is a blast to play!
ucfalumknight says: Ground Breaking, Amazing, AND Fun to boot. This is a must own. Again, worth 10 times the price, even today this game is just fun. The graphics engine is a little aged, but it is easily overlooked. A must own.
ucfalumknight says: Read the description for the original and add much better graphics. I still waste hours decimating those pesky heroes.
ucfalumknight says: Great all around platformer with a wonderful sense of humor. Easily worth double the price.
ucfalumknight says: Perhaps the best reincarnation of the game Wasteland, this is the one that tells a great story, with great visuals and great everything else. A must own.
ucfalumknight says: A worthy sequel. Just as good as the original, and to say that is a true compliment.
ucfalumknight says: This is an excellent strategy game if you enjoy camp. The B-movie/Comic book angle makes this one enjoyable. And for $5.99? Why don't you have it yet?
ucfalumknight says: While Wing Commander 4 was ruling the roost, this game came out as a worthy challenger. And in many circles it won. Everything about this game will make you ask: Why don't they make space sims anymore?
ucfalumknight says: This is the king of Space Simulators. With the fan made mods, this game challenges ANYTHING out on systems today. One word: Amazing.
ucfalumknight says: Perhaps the pinnacle of Graphic Adventure games. The story is compelling and the protagonist is interesting. This is one game where the trip is as fulfilling as the destination.
ucfalumknight says: Oh, why does everyone hate FMV? I liked it. And this along with Tex Murphy were the best applications of the Full Motion Video craze. Amazing story.
ucfalumknight says: I loved this when I was in college. This is not so much a flight simulator as it is a starship simulator. You won't get the rush of the dogfights in Freespace, but you can immerse yourself as a captain of the Dreadnought.
ucfalumknight says: Quirky, silly, and wonderful. This is one of the best car games out there. This game oozes style. The story is top notch. It didn't age well, but it is still worthy to be in your collection.
ucfalumknight says: This is a revolutionary point and click adventure. The lifeblood of any PnC adventure is the story. And this one had a great one.
ucfalumknight says: An interesting combination of RTS and Micromanagement this game can be very addictive. Never got into it's sequels, but this is well worth it's price.
ucfalumknight says: Similair to Lords of the Realm this one allowed for adventuring and magic casting. More akin to Heroes of M&M than LotR, this is still a worthy addition to any library.
ucfalumknight says: What can I say about the grand daddy of the 4x space simulator? Oh, that's right: Buy It!
ucfalumknight says: Love it or hate it, but Myst introduced the "casual" gamer to PC gaming. I was working in a software store at the time and folks from all walks of life came in to buy this one.
ucfalumknight says: This is a whimsical and challenging platformer. This brought a good dose of arcade action to the PC.
ucfalumknight says: A worthy CRPG that still looks good today. Deep story and massive world makes this a worthy addition.
ucfalumknight says: A fun theme park building game which has surprising depth and interesting challenges.
ucfalumknight says: This is what FPS's were meant to be. Pure senseless gun toting, baddie blasting action. Is there a story? Who cares, you have a gun!
ucfalumknight says: I will admit to you here. I have a soft spot for the giant mobile armor Anime of the late 80's This game is wonderful. One of the first FPS games I finished.
ucfalumknight says: Civilization in Space. But there are actually much more to this game because you are actually fighting the planet you have landed on as well as the other factions. Yes, it doesn't have the expansion, but it is still worth the $5.99
ucfalumknight says: Yes, this game was violent before violence was cool. Strategy galore. Words cannot express the joy I had from this game. If you could buy perfection for $5.99, would you? Well, now you can.
ucfalumknight says: Marred by bugs during it's release, this game is usually looked upon with disdain. However, with the community mods, it is a wonderful D&D game that is more about tactical combat then story. Though there is one...
ucfalumknight says: Much more than a city sim, this game is enticing and addicting. The 1st one with the expansion pack are the real gems here. Trop 2 seems more like a mod.
ucfalumknight says: RPG perfection. This games allow true world interaction. I remember the joy the first time I baked bread. Great story too.
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