SefaRed says: The very first game I installed on my PC all those years ago. Unlike anything I'd played before. A great sense of humour and a fun game too.
SefaRed says: This game looked amazing back then, and still has that sharp look to it that I remember. The best of the Moto Racer series, in my opinion.
SefaRed says: One of my top ten games. Atmospheric, immersive and still great to look at, even with it's antiquated graphics engine. The game also has a sublime score.
SefaRed says: A series that has come to define many things about the games I play. Mainly, a love of games with female protagonists. Not so easy to control these days, though. Classics nonetheless.
SefaRed says: I admit, the main reason I loved this game was the amazing soundtrack. I'd quickly create a small army and send them to their doom just to hear the amazing battle music. Not that the game wasn't great too, mind you.
SefaRed says: I've always enjoyed city building games, and this is the game that intrduced me to them. I also love it because it's one of the few games my Mum liked to watch me play :)
SefaRed says: Bonkers. The kind of game that shouldn't work. Three distinct characters, RTS elements and wierd ( and rather British) humour. Gorgeous visuals, great music and naked blue ladies.
SefaRed says: One of the first games that made me genuinley care about the story and the main character, the vulnerable but brave and believable April Ryan. A touching story too.
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