Legacy of Kain: Defiance
LoKD turned out to be a great New Year present - both in the literal sense of the word and in quotation marks. In the literal sense - because it…

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Aura - Fate of the Ages
Adventure games, as you might have noticed, are not the strongest side of our section. We can somehow cope with the bright, mass things intended for the mass player, but…

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Bad Boys II
The already familiar technology in the style of "playing a movie is a little ahead of the picture itself, and then they advertise each other" - obviously, in this case,…

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Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon

Broken Sword is the third game in a series of wonderful adventures that have not gone unnoticed by almost all PC players. Despite the fact that the first two episodes pleased us already in the distant 1996 and 1997 – the brand had a strong reputation, and the 6 years it took to transition the game in 3D didn’t bother anyone. As a result, the game today can be found on almost any counter, unlike its most serious competitor, probably today – Uru: Ages Beyond Myst. Which, in our opinion, is at least strange – because Uru is not only magnificent, but also a direct heir to Myst.

But you can be glad that on two discs Broken Sword – at least, it seems, is a complete game, and not cutting from a Continue reading

Nitro Family
What is Nitro Family? More precisely - who is it? - since we all now know that in the real world this is such a single-disc game on our shelves…

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Aura - Fate of the Ages
Adventure games, as you might have noticed, are not the strongest side of our section. We can somehow cope with the bright, mass things intended for the mass player, but…

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Perfect MMORPG
Which MMORPG fans did not dream of a perfect online role-playing game, where everything would be done well and right? It is good that sometimes there are daredevils who are…

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The Hobbit
It’s interesting, of course, how computer game building patterns prevail over the prototypes that they use to identify well-known brands and good memories :) Could Tolkien, thinking up his halflings,…

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