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Retro Reader Review Part 2

Oh my diddly I, what a week it has been, review fans. I know I haven't been getting around to a lot of reviews lately, so bear with me, I've been going through a lot of nasty personal stuff (including a Limp Bizkit concert ::shudder:: ;P) Anyway, you knew I couldn't stay away from the reviews for long, so let's continue our RPG museum tour with some Sega reviews.

First up we have reader Melf's review of an old TSR classic Sega CD port, Eye of the Beholder. I remember playing this game a while back, but never had the patience to finish it. In any case, check the review of it out here.

Next up on the Sega CD front, we've got reader Sanachan's review of the classic RPG that pretty much started Working Designs' popularity, and, eventually, this site! Yep, I'm talkin about Lunar: The Silver Star. It's an oldie, but still a classic. Read the review of it here.

And finally we've got a review of a rather obscure, but interesting RPG/Sim hybrid by Microprose known as Pirates! Gold. Yeah, okay, the title is a little odd, but it's Microprose, so it's really hard to go wrong! Check out Dancin'! Homer's review of the game here.

Well that's all for this installment gang. Next time I'll have some SNES reviews for you all to salivate over, and then I'll start getting into some newer games. But until then, keep sending them in, and be patient with me.

Date Updated:
July 21st, 2000

Time Updated:
6:43 AM


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