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Adventure games, despite the deceased status everyone seems so keen on attributing it, have found a new lease on life in the form of various DS games looking for a use for the stylus besides ear scratcher and thanks to the re-birth of Sam and Max on Steam. This, of course, opens the floodgates for us old timers to wax poetically to the unwashed ruffians who are just discovering the genre via phoenix wright about It's history. It seems, though, that the same players and faces keep popping into t...
MS DOS was rough stuff. Kids today are spoiled with their OS Warp and their Long Horn. Yet sure as rain I still remember plenty of my favorite DOS commands as though it were yesterday, the same as most folks who once treasured their 386 or 486. Monkey.exe, can't forget typing that in. Wolf3d.exe was a good one. Vikings.exe, sure. However my favorite words to type into that foreboding monochrome prompt had to have been moon.exe. As soon that golden Access Software logo started spinning around you...
Under a Killing Moon came at a time when FMV (Full Motion Video) was all the rage for this genre of games. It quickly died out because it was often done so poorly. This however is a prime example of this it done right. Not only is it technically well integrated and well acted but you might wonder what the game would be like without it as it allows for deeper connection with the characters, storyline and environment. Under a Killing Moon really was a technical leap for its time but it also is one...
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