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Retro PC Game Reviews By Retro Garden

Retro PC

Quick question - which computer system still going today has had over 20 years of games for it? The answer is the classic IBM PC. Sure, it's gone from a number of updates since the command line DOS prompts from the early 1990's, but the mantra of PC gaming is the same as ever. If you can pay for it, you've got the best gaming system in the world. Today the PC is home to the most innovative form of gaming - both in the form of multimillion pound blockbusters, and even little flash games have innovation.

This is what makes PC gaming so great, and it has a deep vein of history. Most innovations commonplace nowadays began life on the PC. Gaming over the internet, fully immersive 3D worlds, parallax scrolling, point & click adventures, first person shooters and proper driving games all originated on the PC. With such a rich vein of history, it'd be stupid to not review a bunch of these games, even if I was too poor to own a £1,000 machine in my early teens.

Retro PC Reviews

Aftershock for Quake
Beyond Good and Evil
Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold
Blood: Plasma Pak
Carmageddon
Command and Conquer Red Alert: Counterstrike
Doom II – Hell to Pay
Duke Caribbean: Life’s a Beach
Duke it Out in DC
Duke Nuclear Winter
Duke Nukem 3D
Duke Xtreme
Full Throttle
Half-Life
Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards
Sid Meier’s Railroad Tycoon
Starship Titanic
Still Life
Tony Hawk’s Underground
Wolfenstein – Spear of Destiny
You Don’t Know Jack

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