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Submitted by GamingForever 1080d ago | opinion piece

10 Ridiculous DOS Game Covers with Celebrities on Them

Back in the Wild West days of early PC gaming, there were no guidelines how to sell your game. Especially your shitty made-in-your-basement game, which is why so much game art from the time was completely insane -- sometimes in a totally badass way, and sometimes in a hilariously, ridiculously insane way. So how could a poor programmer without any sensible marketing skills set his game apart in the increasingly crowded shelves of Babbage's? Get a celebrity endorsement, of course! (Culture, Retro)

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