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Submitted by hellerphant 2106d ago | article
popup  +   2106d ago
They deserve to have a place as they never got anywhere near their peak in terms of graphics, sound and story telling. Some of my most memorable games have been adventures over the years.
hellerphant  +   2105d ago
I agree! Adventure Titles still reign supreme in my book! So many good memories and more to the point, so many possibilities on the horizon :)

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