I first reviewed Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn some 12 years ago and it still stands out as being one of the all time classics in the single-player PC role-playing genre.
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Bullfrog’s original Dungeon Keeper (released in 1997) was an incredibly fresh and entertaining real-time strategy game let down by a couple of gameplay and AI-related flaws.
Some years seem to be totally bereft of good games whereas some are absolutely chock full of AAA-grade gaming goodness. 1998 definitely fits into the latter category.
I originally reviewed Half-Life 2 back in November of 2004. I was given a day at Vivendi’s Sydney offices to play through as much of the game as I could. I had loved the original Half-Life and had high hopes for the sequel but I certainly wasn’t prepared for just how good Half-Life 2 would actually turn out to be…