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  1. Otokichi

    "Outlaws"

    Speaking of "first person shooters," here's a trip through the Old West for those who "hanker for revenge" after the bad guys "drygulch" you. I looked at this game, but I passed on it for "space battles." (Just what "Sheriff Woody" feared/hated when "Buzz Lightyear" of "Toy Story" sashayed into theaters.) Git your trusty Colt Single Action Army revolver ready, you're gonna need it...
  2. Otokichi

    "Loom"

    I recall hearing about the game, but I preferred "Indiana Jones"/"Their Finest Hour"/"Sam and Max" over this deep dive into a fantasy world. These days, "video games" are "first person shooters" or "bad boy with a car" action-above-discovery tales. Ready to find out what's wrong in this world?, saunter forward, if you dare...
  3. It is "sometime in the near future," and an astronomer has discovered a huge asteroid on course to hit planet Earth. "Armageddon"? Nope. "Deep Impact"? Nope. It's Lucasarts' "The Dig," where you and your team are headed into space to "nuke" the asteroid, now called "Atilla," out of existence. You arrive on the space rock and search for a spot to place the nuclear bomb. Suddenly, things go very hazy and you're...somewhere else. Welcome to "The Dig," a 1995 video game that will (would have) tested the "wits" of "Indiana Jones." Get out your tools, physical and intellectual, and take a fantastic journey through space and time!
  4. Are things a little dead this Summer? Here's a dark comedy adventure from LucasArts in 1998 for fans of Noir with a Mexican twist. See you at the Day of the Dead festival!
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