Castlevania: Symphony of the Night from 1997 is a game that almost needs no introduction. There’s not a lot that I can say that hasn’t been oft repeated over years […]
Dracula’s dead, but so is Simon unless he can break the curse before it claims his soul!
Diablo — Japanese style.
The sequel to Westwood’s Lands of Lore: The Throne of Chaos wouldn’t come out until four years later in 1997. A lot of things have also happened since then in […]
The last game in the “Legends Series” from the SSI/TSR team-up wasn’t put together by Westwood Associates (who would go on to be known as Westwood Studios) when it released […]
While another team at Origin headed up development on Ultima VII Part Two: Serpent Isle for 1993, Richard “Lord British” Garriott and his own crack squad worked on the officially […]
SSI’s partnership with TSR produced a number of memorable CRPGs including the fabled “Gold Box” series, but not all of them were strict interpretations of AD&D’s trappings. Hillsfar was one […]
SSI explored their license with TSR and the developers they published for were not shy about experimenting with different kinds of approaches to their properties. With Dragonlance, they not only […]
What caught my eye on this ad was the really great artwork of Cerberus that appears here as well as on the cover of the game. Look at that thing. […]
During the eighties, Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, lit up late night television with a parade of B-list horror flicks while occasionally slicing into each with her razor wit. The […]