Sometimes there’s nothing like recalling the “good ol’ days.” For me, that meant fantastic days filled with play. Play that included romps through now-classic video games, such as the unforgettable LucasArts’ title, Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis. See Virtual Bastion for this little trip down memory lane.
When I first started playing video games in earnest, words like “Atari” and “arcade” were commonplace. “Nintendo” and “Mario” soon followed, and with them came a chasm-like leap in video game technology. After spending countless hours with relatively simple (but not simplistic) games like Pole Position and Defender, I was utterly wowed by what would eventually become our very small NES catalog: Super Mario Bros.,Duck Hunt, Super Mario 3, and Tecmo Super Bowl. A similar thing would happen when we obtained the SNES and I was introduced to the game-to-end-all-games, Super Metroid. But in between the two consoles, I stumbled into the relatively nascent (but not new) world of PC gaming, where I found a catalog of games that remain as magical now as they did then – the adventure games of LucasArts.
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