Dukelage says: I played this game because it looked similar to Heroes of Might & Magic, which I was a fan of. HoMM remained my preferred choice whenever I wanted to play a heroe-focused strategy game.
Dukelage says: This one is quite memorable for me. I've played it all the way through a few times. It has an interesting story, a unique blend of action and puzzles, and unique gameplay. Be prepared for practice - There are sequences that are hard to get right.
Dukelage says: This game was my first exposure to D&D. I was put off at first by set item drops, slow character advancement, and being limited in spell casts per day. It ended up being great fun once the suprise of those aspects wore off. Great production values.
Dukelage says: This game was on our school computers when I was in elementary school. Having a different battle animation for every combination of unit made chess more fun to watch other people play. After novelty wears off the animations become annoying.
Dukelage says: A friend had this, but I couldn't get into it. I was still having fun with Civilization II at the time.
Dukelage says: The unique thing about this game was the destructable environments. Doing well required that the player find creative ways of causing colleral damage.
Dukelage says: This was the first truly 3D action game I played. At first it was impossible to keep the maps straight in my head, but this became easy over time.
Dukelage says: I enjoyed this game as much as the first 2. It had better graphics and new enemies.
Dukelage says: This game's unique feature was its combat physics. I never became fluid with my character's swings, so it was mostly frustrating.
Dukelage says: I beat every mission, and had a blast doing it. It's a great sandbox game, but not at all difficult once you figured out how to exploit the system. I was disapointed at all the promised features that didn't make it into the final game.
Dukelage says: Exactly like DK, but with better graphics and new game objects.
Dukelage says: Fun, silly side scrolling action game.
Dukelage says: Great environments, interesting story, fun leveling mechanics, and the feeling of freedom all made for a great game.
Dukelage says: This was a continuation of Fallout. There were a few improvements, but almost the same engine was used.
Dukelage says: I played this all the way through. It came out during the same time period that all the Lucas Arts X-Wing games were popular. I like this game as much as those.
Dukelage says: I can still remember the first time I played this when it first came out. It seemed the perfect combination of exploration, advancement, strategy, and tactics. Later it annoyed me at how the computer obviously wasn't playing be the same rules.
Dukelage says: Most people like HoMM3, but this is my personal favorite. It kept the cartoon-style graphics of the first, but had more of just about everything.
Dukelage says: This is widely considered the best HoMM game of the series. I like this one very much - almost as much as #2.
Dukelage says: The game is fun. It came out around the same time that X-Com was at the height of its popularity.
Dukelage says: Shortly after finishing Myst and playing 7th Guest I tried this one. It was more of the same, and I was tired of these kinds of adventures.
Dukelage says: This is a pretty straight-forward adventure. It has pleasant environments and logical quests.
Dukelage says: This is really two games. The first is a strategy surrounding the optimization of land usage. The second is a real-time strategy game. I spent long hours playing it, but don't think that I'd care for the real-time segments anymore.
Dukelage says: MOO1 remains great fun to play.
Dukelage says: I've played M&M2, M&M3, and M&M6. Of CRPGs I've probably sunk the most hours into these. At the time M&M6 came out it was getting great reviews. I dislike the realtime combat system, but approve of everything else.
Dukelage says: This was the first computer game I ever purchased, and also the first I ever completed. It had an interesting story, which led me to read the series of novels that later came out.
Dukelage says: I've played through the original game, but none of the expansions. The game has replay value because there are so many characters to be created. I didn't find the story very interesting.
Dukelage says: I had a blast with this item collecting adventure game.
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