The brainchild of Peter Molyneux, Black & White was one of the most innovative and challenging PC games of the early 2000s. It didn’t adhere to the typical 2+2=4 gameplay formula, and instead allowed players to explore their own personalities in a vast, virtual world.
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Back in the early 1990s Origin’s Wing Commander dominated the genre of space combat simulations. The series’ combination of smooth gameplay, animated cut-sequences and incredibly detailed (for the early 1990s) in-flight graphics cemented its place as King of space combat sims.
When I first played through Under a Killing Moon back in 1994 I realized one thing; here finally was a game worthy of the oft used (but rarely deserved) catchphrase ‘interactive movie.’
Released back in 1994 the original System Shock was an excellent first-person sci-fi RPG, perhaps let down only by frequent and often frustrating sojourns into the game’s wire-frame depictions of ‘cyberspace.’