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Box art from the past, adventure games of yesteryear - Legend of Kyrandia 3: Malcolm's Revenge

The final chapter in the Fiends and Fables adventure trilogy from Westwood arrived in 1994 without a lot of fanfare. From what I can remember back then, the third game just “showed up” on shelves. 1,262 more words

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The Legend of Kyrandia: Book Two - The Hand of Fate

Westwood’s reputation as a defining force in RTS games has obscured the other things that they have done outside of mining for spice on Dune or directing the next battle between the GDI and NOD for Command & Conquer. 1,184 more words

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Nostalgia is a harsh mistress.

We wouldn’t respect her if she weren’t, wouldn’t kneel before her if she weren’t such a magnificent bitch-goddess. To attempt to consummate the desire for Nostalgia is to at once invite frustration and further desire. 447 more words

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From the pages of the past! Ads of yesteryear - The Legend of Kyrandia: Book One

Westwood Studios is probably best known for taking the RTS world by storm with Dune II and Command & Conquer, but they had also dabbled in other genres like action-oriented CRPGs such as the first two Eye of the Beholder games. 1,065 more words

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BFTP: Legend of Kyrandia: Book One

How many gamers know Guybrush Threepwood? Quite a lot, I’d imagine. But mention “Malcolm” and you’ll get mostly blank stares. A shame because the… 857 more words

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Review: The Legend of Kyrandia: Book One (PC/Mac)

Westwood Studios is best known for being innovators in the real-time strategy field with Dune II and the popular Command & Conquer series. However, they produced a wide variety of games during the 1990s, including RPGs (the… 612 more words

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Game Review: Tales of Bingwood, Chapter 1 - To Save a Princess

Every once in a while I stumble across a little gem of an adventure game that reminds me of the genre’s golden age (circa 1988-1994), when 2-D point ‘n’ click adventures like… 280 more words