onerypopopango says: An excellent game to be sure. I remember spending ages on this game just playing the campaign missions. A great blend of strategy and RPG is to behold within this game, so give it a go!
onerypopopango says: One of the more definitive titles of it's genre, it's a great improvement over it's predecessors and even hold well today. You'll be lost within it's massive missions and probably you won''t care 'cause you're too busy having fun!
onerypopopango says: One of my childhood games I remember distinctly. It has that quality of being instantly recognisable if you saw it even once before. The graphics, controls and animation (oh lords!) may be archaic, but the adventure element is genuine gold!
onerypopopango says: One of the best adventure games that just loomed out right after Lucasarts became a Star Wars copy-machine. Has an intriguing story coupled with excellent puzzles. It's sequel opted for some changes that I'm not happy with, but this game is epic.
onerypopopango says: So how 'bout those sleeper hits, eh? This little gem was just that, a great game almost no one played. It didn't deserve that. Great platforming action combined with a zany and colourful story, this game really is worth everyone's time and dosh.
onerypopopango says: While on the subject of sleeper hits, there's this. A western JRPG set in a steampunk/fantasy setting. The gameplay's excellent and the story one long epic about a girl's journey that begins with her trying to keep the peace within her hometown.
Treat your GOGmix as your child - name it! ;)
Coming up with a cool and descriptive title should be your first priority. Being original is in your best interest - bet you wanna get lots of nice votes, right? Go all crazy if you want, but be sure to keep it civil!
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