Vampire Bloodlines is a bloody, sexy & deliciously adult role playing that was criminally overlooked when it was first released for the PC back in 2004. However, this cult classic lives on with updated fan patches and mods that make this excellent RPG even better.
Good news for Blade Runner fans like me, because in 1997 Westwood Studios released a PC point and click adventure game based on the classic 1980’s movie starring Harrison Ford. It’s a beautiful, faithful and original game that fans of the sci-fi classic movie should definitely check out!
Infocom crafted some of the best stories and characters in their 80s text adventures. I talk about two compilation sets that hold over 30+ games plus Leather Goddesses of Phobos.
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Highlights from my 400 PC Games in my Game Room. MS-DOS, Windows 95/98, XP, Amiga, C64, Atari and newer are all shown. If you collect Big Box PC games, profess your love here!
Continue reading Game Room Tour – PC Games over 400 Titles!
WildStar is a fantasy/science fiction MMORPG game by Carbine Studios/NCSoft that a lot of people are excited about! TheBigJB dives into the game, gets to level 20 and tell us his thoughts and impressions.
Continue reading WildStar Review – MMORPG for PC
Do you want to be a hero? The Quest for Glory series by Sierra was a classic adventure/role-playing series that fans world wide remember fondly. TheBigJB talks about all five games in the series and which ones are his favorite.
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In 1996 Sierra Online was interested in creating a world class 2D platform game to compete with the best on consoles. Hunter Hunted had a great pedigree and came close to greatness, but fell short in a couple areas. Still, it’s a fascinating piece of classic Sierra history!
Continue reading Hunter Hunted – 2D Platformer Retro Review
One of adventure gaming’s most stunning masterpieces re-imagined in HD with new puzzles and locations, yet keeping that classic Jane Jensen story. TheBigJB reviews the game from a ex-Sierra employees perspective.
Continue reading Gabriel Knight: 20th Anniversary Review