Trekky says: Brilliant space-combat gameplay coupled with perhaps the best storytelling in a (non-adventure/rpg) video game ever.
Trekky says: The Sequel does not disappoint. More of the same brilliance.
Trekky says: Excellent action and some excellent surreal comedy (Including "The World's Most Interesting Bomb"!).
Trekky says: An excellent example of how a somewhat over-simplified action gameplay experience is completely justified by a captivating story with strong characters. A modern classic.
Trekky says: The series that introduced me to adventure gaming and the art of game storytelling (back when I was way too young to be playing them). The text-based input system and sudden-deaths of the earliest parts may deter some.
Trekky says: Of all of Sierra's adventure classics, the SQ series for me has stood up to the test of time the best. Great sci-fi humour.
Trekky says: More great sci-fi humour.
Trekky says: A more serious take on story-driven adventure from Sierra. Not my favorite of theirs and some of the action-oriented gameplay in the first one is a bit too challenging for my liking, but there is great writing to be enjoyed here. Especially liked #2.
Trekky says: The birth of Survival-Horror. Quite tough by today's standards.
Trekky says: Indie adventure classic. And can't argue with the price.
Trekky says: Possibly the most atmospheric dead-serious point'n'click adventure ever.
Trekky says: Before the Freespace series, this was the king of (arcade-ish) space-combat and action game story strength.
Trekky says: The scifi classic even survided the FMV-graze. The muti-million Hollywood production manages mostly to not impare the experience.
Trekky says: The story is still great, but the game is quite frankly too hard.
Trekky says: Solid 3rd person fantasy action with a surprisingly deep story-line.
Trekky says: The long-long-awaited continuation of the point'n'click classic Hit the Road, the low-budget episode-based production manages to capture quite an impressive lot of the old Lucas Magic..
Trekky says: The second "season" of S&M adventures in on par with the first.
Trekky says: The writing has suffered the third time around but the adventure and humor are still solid.
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