Quest For Glory II Review

Following up on an incredible game is never easy. Sierra On-Line found that out the hard way when they released Quest For Glory II: Trial By Fire in 1990 for the MS-Dos. The first Quest For Glory is nothing short of a masterpiece but the second title in the series had numerous fatal flaws thatContinue reading “Quest For Glory II Review”

Mystery House

An entirely new genre of video games was born when Ken and Roberta Williams created “Mystery House” in 1980 for the Apple II computer. The horror-adventure game was the first of its kind as it featured “graphics” on the screen as the player typed in commands. It was an instant hit and laid the frameworkContinue reading “Mystery House”

The Sims Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Simulators seem so common now but back in 2000, Maxis and Electronic Arts released the life simulator “The Sims” for PC and Mac. The Sims blew away gamers with its addicting style of gameplay simulating everyday life like jobs, relationships, and even chores. The series was a spiritual successor toContinue reading “The Sims Review”

Wolfenstein 3D Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! In 1992, id Software, Apogee Software, and FormGen teamed up and released Wolfenstein 3D for the DOS computer. The game was the third installment of the Wolfenstein franchise but it would become the grandfather of all first-person shooters with the help of Tom Hall, John Romero, and John Carmack. WeContinue reading “Wolfenstein 3D Review”

Quest For Glory 1 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Point-and-click adventure games were popular in the 1980s and early 90s. The king and I mean the absolute king of them was Sierra who developed and produced the series of Quest for Glory, King’s Quest, Space Quest, and Leisure Suit Larry. In 1989, Sierra released the first installment of QuestContinue reading “Quest For Glory 1 Review”