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  • I recommend you buy the disk and play, especially if you were a fan in the heyday of the graphic animated adventure; but even if you are part of generation X, Y, or Z you can't miss the miss-adventures of this dynamic duo.
    Note: This review was originally published August 22, 2007 I never thought I would see it happen: a
    05/11/17 | Review | by Al Giovetti
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  • Sail the seas with a crew of vicious cutthroats, build up your fleet and capture colonies to become the mightiest pirate of them all
    Genre: RPGRelease Date: September 2006Platform: PC Note: Originally published 24 October 2006Akella
    09/13/12 | Review | by Al Giovetti
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  • Explore a vast and unique world, arming yourself with powerful weapons and spells as you uncover clues to your true identity
    Genre: RPGRelease Date: October 2006Platform:  PC, Xbox   Note: Originally published 19 October
    07/09/12 | Review | by Al Giovetti
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  • Hooray! Monkey Island is back.
    Hooray! Monkey Island is back. If you are a Monkey Island fan you just have to get on board. Also re
    08/05/09 | Review | by Al Giovetti
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  • It appears that talking to people and experiencing the dialog in many instances was also optional. If you knew the solution to the puzzle you could just pick up the inventory item and just use it where you needed to in order to progress the story.
    We should have expected this.  We should have seen it coming.  We all know what Sam & Max are
    07/25/09 | Review | by Al Giovetti
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  • The Witcher is bar none the best role playing game of this year (2008). The plot is complex. The animation and graphics are high quality.
    Below is a review of The Witcher by Al Giovetti, followed by a updated review of the newly
    11/22/08 | Review | by Al Giovetti
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  • The writing is what I like most about Sam & Max. Just when you thought they had begun to be predictable, Sam & Max changes their mood to a more subtle one.
    The writing is what I like most about Sam & Max. Just when you thought they had begun to be pred
    02/24/08 | Review | by Al Giovetti
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  • Serials started a long time ago. John Wayne was in cowboy serials at the movies back when movies were young and there was no television. Comics began three panel serials in the newspapers as long ago as I can remember.
    Serials started a long time ago.  John Wayne was in cowboy serials at the movies back when movies w
    01/17/08 | Review | by Al Giovetti
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  • Snow is on the ground and we are fast approaching that Christmasy time of year. Children and adults alike anxiously await a visit from a rolly, polly white bearded man (Al Lowe?) driving a reindeer propelled sleigh who gives coal to bad girls and boys and presents to good girls and boys. Everyone in the land is decorating their houses with a pine tree under which presents magically appear. The chimney is soot free and decked out with holly and bright colorful stockings hung with care.
    Snow is on the ground and we are fast approaching that Christmasy time of year. Children and adults
    11/17/07 | Review | by Al Giovetti
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  • To continue the memorabilia hunt, Sam & Max were also seen as an animated show on television [Sadly, the Sam & Max cartoon series is not available on DVD and it was only by reluctantly purchasing a bootleg copy that I was finally able to watch these wonderful shows – JA Editor/Randy].
    A spokes person for Telltale Games informed us that twenty of Telltale’s approximately thirty empl
    02/08/07 | Review | by Al Giovetti
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  • The Telltale Games and LucasArts connection is real. Many of the people working at Telltale Games also worked at LucasArts before LucasArts switched to an almost all shooter game philosophy.
    The Telltale Games and LucasArts connection is real.  Many of the people working at Telltale Games
    12/20/06 | Review | by Al Giovetti
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  • Sometimes you get to talk about something really unique, like episodic gaming.
    Sometimes you get to talk about something really unique, like episodic gaming.  In the past games w
    10/17/06 | Review | by Al Giovetti
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  • This latest walkthrough for Myst III: Exile also includes Easter Eggs for those who want to dig deeper!
    Easter EggsEgg 1Next to Saavedro's hammock near the scales inside the main tusk in J'nanin, if you h
    05/08/01 | Walkthrough | by Al Giovetti
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