Soliasi says: Nostalgia at it's finest. Originally played this on a Commadore 64, this was gaming at it's finest. I now own this on every platform possible.
Soliasi says: Origin systems, once believed by me to be the leading edge developer. Every game pushed the limits of our systems, so much so that it pained me to see a new release from them, I knew I couldn't handle it...yet. This was by far the coolest game I had playe
Soliasi says: Look out parents, your young children are being raised to senseless violence and carnage! Who knew running over a real cow was such a terrible idea!
Soliasi says: Ahhh, my high school years of countless hours spent online playing Diablo, and this. This was the most bad-ass driving game I had ever played. With one of the most bad-ass soundtracks to boot.
Soliasi says: Scary as hell, and puzzels to match. I wanted to break the discs at times it was so hard, but then again I was only 13. Luckily I endured and it became one of my favorite games.
Soliasi says: FMV cutscenes, violence, intrigue, mystery... I have played this game through multiple times over the years. Still have the original discs, and still one of my favorites.
Soliasi says: I cannot tell you how much fun I had with this game. I grew up near a street called Harvester, I let that be my basis for imagination and delved into a fantastic story. I will always cherish this game, still have the original discs.
Soliasi says: This classic masterpiece was played so much I practically destroyed the discs. In fact, it was so mangled I had to purchase it a second time I loved it that much. This is and will probably remain to be my most favorite FMV adventure game of all time.
Soliasi says: As with the original, I really enjoyed this adventure. It was lacking in some regard, and to see a little somth'n somth'n at the ripe old age of prepubescence, it had me coming back for more.
Soliasi says: The first FMV adventure game of my collection. To know it was developed in my hometown was a treat. This exact game was the reason we upgraded the ram in our 486 dx. Such memories.
Soliasi says: Much like it's predecessor, it added many fun memories. It was much a repeat of what was already done, but still entertaining nonetheless.
Soliasi says: Much like it's predecessors, this added some fun memories. It was much a repeat of what was already done. I still remember, this was the very last game I purchased from a shelf (for PC) from Egghead Software.
Soliasi says: Classic adventure gaming at it's finest. May very well be the first adventure game I played. So young I had no idea what I was doing, gave me a hell of a time just getting out of the wizards cottage.
Soliasi says: Mostly played PQ4 than any other, but was thoroughly engrossed in the story line. This certainly was an adult focused game, it gave me chills at the time.
Soliasi says: Funny, witty, did I mention funny! The comic relief of my youth. QFG was always a blast when you were feeling down.
Soliasi says: Funny, witty, did I mention funny! The comic relief of my youth. SQ was always a blast when you were feeling down.
Soliasi says: Funny, witty, did I mention funny! The comic relief of my youth. SQ was always a blast when you were feeling down. I had way too many hours spent on these
Soliasi says: Wow, before Tie Fighter, there was Wing Commander. Such a blast. Absolutely loved this game, it was every reason why I got a CH Flight Stick.
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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