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Submitted by PockyKing 543d ago | review

Review: Broken Age Act 1 | OnlySP

OnlySP: Point and click adventure games fill me with melancholic nostalgia. My friends and I were huge nerds, you see. I’d go over to their houses and play games on their computers all day long. Exploring the mysteries of Crystal Caves, Duking it out with Nukems, bouncing around in Commander Keen – I was enraptured with the technicolour pixels. But I never had my own computer at home. I was lucky enough to get a Sega Master System with Sonic and Wonder Boy and a few other games, but my parents were rather computer illiterate. So I played my platformers, and was happy. But my friends had “real” computers, and their tastes developed differently. While I was growing up with Sega, they were playing other, more mature games. I was collecting rings and chaos emeralds while they were insult sword fighting and punching Nazis and dancing the grim fandango. And it was all thanks to LucasArts. (Broken Age, PC) 9/10

viccrack  +   543d ago
its not on pc ?

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