Tex Murphy's Casebooks2votes I like it
Murdock999 says: Clunky interface, not so good graphics apart from the digitized actors (a novelty at the time), but nice stories with tongue in cheek humor. Peculiar features: the sampled voices comes through mere speakers, and there are sparse FMV clips in low res.
Murdock999 says: Grounbreaking FMV adventure, maybe the first in that category that really feels like a proper game. Great story, acting is cheesy but nice for the most part. The overall production resent of the limits computer had at the time. A classic nonetheless.
Murdock999 says: Probably the best of the series, takes everything done in 'Under a Killing Moon' to the next level of entertainment. Good acting (still kinda cheesy though), gripping and more serious story, multiple paths and endings. A masterpiece in its own right.
Murdock999 says: A retelling of Tex's first case. Features a more linear gameplay compared to 'The Pandora Directive', but the atmosphere is still strong and the characters you learned to love are there for another adventure. Nice. GOG updated it to the DVD version.
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