Tag Archive: classic mondays

Classic Mondays: Robot City

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The 90s were the golden age of point-and-click adventure games. An excellent but relatively unknown entry in the genre was Robot City.

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Classic Mondays: Secret of Evermore

Rounding out the Holy Quadrilogy of RPGs on the SNES (Secret of Mana, Secret of Evermore, Final Fantasy III (aka VI), and Chrono Trigger), Secret of Evermore offered up gorgeous graphics, a story that spanned the breadth of your imagination, and a hauntingly beautiful soundtrack that still gives me goosebumps to this day.

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Classic Mondays: Sanitarium

In this week’s Classic Mondays feature, we take a look at the 1998 PC adventure classic Sanitarium.

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Classic Mondays: Deadlock

In this week’s Classic Mondays feature, we take a look at the 1996 turn-based strategy PC classic Deadlock: Planetary Conquest.

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Classic Mondays: Die By the Sword

Classic Mondays makes its long overdue return with a look at this dismemberment-happy PC legend from the late 90′s.

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Aside from NBA Jam and Street Fighter II, my brother and I spent more time playing this game than any other.

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Classic Mondays – Total Annihilation

Every Monday, we’re going to take a short look at a classic game that redefined, embodied, or perfected a genre.  This week, we revisit Total Annihilation.

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Classic Mondays: Breath of Fire

Every Monday, we’re going to take a short look at a classic game that redefined, embodied, or perfected a genre.  This week, we revisit Breath of Fire.

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Classic Mondays – Hunter Hunted

Every Monday, we’re going to take a short look at a classic game that redefined, embodied, or perfected a genre.  This week, we revisit Hunter Hunted.

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Classic Mondays: Hyperblade

Every Monday, we’re going to take a look at a classic game that redefined, embodied, or perfected a genre.  This week, we revisit Hyperblade.

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