Posts Tagged ‘Spycraft: The Great Game’

Could someone remake my favourite 90s games please?

With Full Throttle’s remastering out yesterday, it sets me off to thinking about what games I’d really like to see receive a similar treatment. It’s pretty easy to list off a bunch of other LucasArts adventures, because I would ADORE to see the wonderful The Dig in big pretties, or have Sam & Max in gorgeous clear stereo sound. (Imagine the songs without the hissing!) But that was a decade packed with games I loved that I know I’ll never play again, because I can’t be arsed fighting with DOSBox and ancient controls to play in a small corner of my screen. Read the rest of this entry »

Have You Played… Spycraft: The Great Game?

Have You Played? is an endless stream of game recommendations. One a day, every day of the year, perhaps for all time.

Before In Memorium, before ARGs, before even a workable internet in most people’s homes, came the multimedia thriller Spycraft.

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The 25 Best Adventure Games Ever Made

You know that there are adventure games, and you know that some of those adventure games are better than others. But do you know which one is best, and which one is twenty-fifth best? Well, at last you can find out, with our definitive, unimpeachable breakdown of adventure gaming’s best moments.

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