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Riveran21 says: The "Godfather" of cRPG's that undoubtadely gave birth to today's modern day RPG's and MMORPG's. This was as close as you would get to a computer version of Dungeons and Dragons and Sir-Tech was a pioneer in the industry.
Riveran21 says: The last game in the Wizardry series ever produced by Sir-Tech. This was the 3rd and final game in the "Dark Savant" series (see Wizardry 6-7). Twenty years of gaming... No... Twenty years of memories for all of their loyal fans.
Riveran21 says: Hours of endless game play from my childhood. No campaign was ever the same. Learn about ships and life on the Spanish Main. Swashbuckling, ship battles, invade towns, hunt for treasure, woo the women, and so much more.
Riveran21 says: From the creators of Space Quest and Leisure Suit Larry! Great story & learn to be a police officer! Proper traffic stops, arrests, bookings. Work your way from the beat to detective and take down a serial killer. Hours of fun gaming as a kid!
Riveran21 says: A classic game from Sierra! Slap on the leisure suit and head out for a night on the town trying to hook up with anything on two legs! It's campy, hilarious and addictive! A timeless classic.
Riveran21 says: Another great Sierra game in the same vein as Police Quest, Space Quest and LSL series, accept this one is set in medieval times! The game mechanics that Sierra employed were fun and addicting.
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