LGR – Giana Sisters Christmas – DOS PC Game Review

[electronic “Little Drummer Boy” plays] [fizz] [sip] Ahhh… [typing] Take a trip back in time to 1987 and 8-bit platform games ruled the day. And the night… But there was one plump Italian plumber and his palette-swapped sidekick leading the pack. The Super Mario Bros. on the Nintendo Entertainment System. Then came a game from Time Warp Productions and Rainbow Arts starring exact opposites of Mario and Luigi, the Great Giana Sisters. “The Brothers Are History.” Wow. So for whatever

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LGR – Night Hunter – DOS PC Game Review

[typing] You know, it’s that time of year again, at least around here. The time of year where I want to dive into something just a little bit creepy. Maybe a little off-putting. Kinda spooky. You know, like old games from companies that are nowadays absolutely giant publishing houses. Games like… Night Hunter, developed by Ubisoft Entertainment Software and distributed by Electronic Arts in 1988, originally for the Atari ST and then for IBM PC compatibles as seen here. And

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LGR – The Simpsons Arcade Game – Arcade, C64, DOS PC Game Review

[arcade sounds] [typing] [pew-pew sounds] [music] [warbling] The Simpsons… arcade game developed and released to arcades by Konami in 1991. It came in two-player and four-player variants and is actually the very first officially- licensed Simpsons video game. It’s got about what you’d expect for a side-scrolling beat ’em up cabinet: an 8-way joystick and buttons for jumping and attacking and, really, what more do you need? You’ve got four players with four fighting styles and weapons to choose from.

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Insane PC & Game finds at RE-PC Store (Seattle)

(upbeat music) – Hey guys, MetalJesus here and I’m back again with Drunken Master Paul. – And we’re here at one of my favorite, favorite playground stores in the whole area. This is RE-PC, it’s in Tuwkila Washington, which is just south of Seattle, and they take care of all this old computer gear, they recycle it, they bring it in, they rebuild it in other machines as you very well know, don’t you? – I know these guys made

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LGR – Wasteland – DOS PC Game Review

[typing] When it comes to post-apocalyptic role-playing games for the PC, Fallout is pretty much the undisputed go-to game series. And I don’t question that at all because, hey, it gets me hard. But go back a little bit further and you’ll find that wasn’t always the case. Why? Because Wasteland! Developed by Interplay Productions and published By Electronic Arts in 1988 for the Apple II, Commodore 64 and IBM-compatible PCs. This is the PC version here in the typical

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