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Submitted by spydersvenom 691d ago | podcast

Gaming History 101: There is no Try

With the recent unfortunate closure of LucasArts by new owners Disney, we reflect this week with Fred, Trees, and Derrick H on the long standing library of titles that included point-and-click adventures, flight sims, platformers, and of course Star Wars games. (Dev, LucasArts, Retro)

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