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2017-02-15 18:00
Continuing our Sierra retrospective, we’ll now a take a look at the first game of perhaps Sierra’s most realistic series, Police Quest. Like I mention before, after the successfu… Read More
2017-02-08 17:00
After the success of King’s Quest I, other game designers at Sierra started to play around with the AGI engine and two of them, Mark Crowe and Scott Murphy (you know, those Two Guys Fr… Read More
2017-02-01 19:00
We can’t make a Sierra games retrospective without beginning with the first graphic adventure made for the PC and Sierra’s first big hit; King’s Quest: Quest for the Crown Read More
2017-01-30 19:00
For the upcoming month of February, I decided to do something different: I decided to do a developer month, in which first I do a historical retrospective of a legendary retro developer and… Read More
2017-01-16 09:00
One of the biggest technological improvements made to computers in the 90s was the introduction of CD-ROMs. Their superior storage capacity enabled the introduction of CD quality music, audi… Read More
2017-01-10 18:23
The Dig is a point and click graphic adventure developed by LucasArts and released in 1995 for PC and Macintosh Read More
2016-12-20 12:10
I know that 2016 has been (and continues to be) an awful year and that’s why we from Retro Freak Reviews, would like to wish from the bottom of our hearts a very happy Christmas (or an… Read More
2016-11-22 14:53
Looking around my bedroom, one can see a large California photo collage hanging in my wall and next to it a “Welcome to California” clock, depicting of course, palm trees, beache… Read More

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