Games that don't make my AAA but are still great!8votes I like it
bluebogle says: I'm pretty sure this game is legitimately free in other places, but I can't imagine its been optimized for modern PCs. The game was way over my head when I first bought it as a kid, but even then I could tell it was something special.
bluebogle says: Great fun. Frustrating difficulty at times.
bluebogle says: Great dark fantasy strategy game similar to Hero's of Might and Magic.
bluebogle says: These are some tough, unforgiving adventure games, but the humor and creativity make up for the difficulty.
bluebogle says: Excellent shooter.
bluebogle says: Excellent rpg. My only complaint is that it was a bit too long and the pacing a bit too slow. For a kid anyway. I've often considered trying it again as an adult.
bluebogle says: Dude, you get to play as Fidel Castro! Or any other nut-job dictator. How much cooler can you get?
bluebogle says: It's not X-Com. It's not even that close. But it will scratch a certain type of itch.
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