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Submitted by robinburks 933d ago | opinion piece

Top 10 Old School PC Adventure Games

Young gamers today just don’t know how easy they have it. Video games are everywhere and have become a part of popular culture. Finding games you’re interested in is as easy as firing up the internet and purchasing games is as easy as clicking on a link.

Back in the day, finding a game that you liked and purchasing it wasn’t so easy, but somehow we managed. We started out with text-based games – many which came on a floppy disk (some of you may not even know what that is). But eventually, gaming got better and the golden age of gaming began. In the early 1990′s, graphical PC adventure games began to be released by what were then the “big” gaming developers – studios like Virgin, Sierra Online and Westwood. (PC, Sierra Entertainment, Virgin Gaming, Westwood studios)

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