Games that do their own thing2votes I like it
Bohndage says: After you master the admittedly wonky controls, there's a cool old school game here to enjoy. It's frustrating and sure as hell doesn't do any hand holding to help you figure out what to do, but I dig the "Oh, I'm a cyborg... What now?" angle.
Bohndage says: You're evil. Kill heroes, slap chickens, hang out with dominatrixes..dominatrices..dominawhatevers. Chances are this game is why you came to gog.com.
Bohndage says: Kind of a lukewarm experience, but there's no denying it's charm. Hail to the king, baby!
Bohndage says: Oh dear. The acting. Greatest strength or weakness? You be the judge. Almost hits the mark, but half of the game feels like researching a book report on the latent homosexuality of eccentric Bavarian monarchs.
Bohndage says: The only thing more unbelievable than Tim Curry's cajun drawl is how much you will love Tim Curry's cajun drawl. Great story, solid puzzles, some great voice acting here and there. Also sports a great artistic style.
Bohndage says: It is THE pinnacle of interactive B-Moviedom. Terrible acting, hilariously over the top gruesome deaths, plus the freedom to murder the paperboy. My video teacher shot some of the footage. I nerded out hardcore when I found out.
Bohndage says: I only played Incubation, so I can't speak for the rest of the games. They are very dated and the nostalgia isn't there for me to really get into them. Incubation is a fun tactical game with a decent atmosphere.
Bohndage says: One of my favorite adventure games. There's a cool story in this game. You'll wonder if it will all make sense in the end, but don't worry, it will. Great atmosphere, great soundtrack, puzzles are a bit easy, but what can ya do?
Bohndage says: Oh man. The controls! Just awful. But! I still play the hell out of this game. It relies on a lot of nostalgia cred to be enjoyed. Still, the espionage genre is all too often neglected. Frustrating, but fun.
Bohndage says: This is what FMV games were capable of. Great cast. A Jedi, A droog, Indy's buddy, and a porn star come together to make a game that totally blows that Hollywood film out of the water. The gameplay is pretty fun, too!
Bohndage says: With the addition of that Iron Chef guy that shouts the day's secret ingredient, your favorite characters return for an even more cinematic space adventure. But the Kilrathi look cartoonish compared to 3. http://youtu.be/nPtMHSYtPc4
Bohndage says: The cast is a little bit weaker in this one, but it's still a great cinematic experience. Definitely worth a look if you enjoyed 3 or 4.
Bohndage says: You love it. You hate it. Pick one. There is no in between. Love it or hate it, this glorified slideshow helped revolutionize PC gaming by offering an experience consoles at the time couldn't deliver.
Bohndage says: When Dr. Lester Chaykin starts chuggin' that can of coke in the opening cutscene, he has no idea the next 45 minutes are gonna be pretty hairy. Learn from your hilarious deaths and survive an alien world. Definitely fun, but very short.
Bohndage says: Ok. This game is shocking for shocking's sake. Worth the price of admission just to see how ridiculously tasteless games like this cause such a stir in the media. It's not really good at all, but kudos for pushing the envelope of taste!
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