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Overdue Reviews: Darker

A screenshot from Darker, showing the view from an aircraft over a city.

Overdue Reviews is an occasional series in which I pretend to be a videogame journalist. This week: Darker on PC.

Darker was a futuristic space simulator published in the mid nineties. I had a demo of it. It was unique and fascinating. I was captivated.

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Still game? Sam and Max Hit the Road

Sam, the dog in a suit, and Max, the rabbity thing, at a shooting range.

Still Game? is an occasional series in which I replay a game from my youth, to see if it really is as good as I remembered. This week: Sam and Max Hit the Road on PC.

Sometimes I replay these games out of a genuine curiousity, but I'm pretty sure that this one is still going to be brilliant. Right? I mean, c'mon. It's Sam and Max.

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Overdue Reviews: Spintires: MudRunner

Screenshot from MudRunner showing two trucks driving offroad.

Overdue Reviews is an occasional series in which I pretend to be a videogame journalist. This week: Spintires: MudRunner on PC.

Multiplayer in MudRunner is a bit of a missed opportunity. It's hampered by confusing menus and the occasional bug, and once you're in there's no direction on what to do, unless slowly delivering logs with your friends appeals.

But I'm going to ignore all of that so that I can explain the joy of playing multiplayer MudRunner with my Dad. We don't get to play very often - small snatches of gameplay at random times - but when we do, it's a wonderful thing.

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Overdue Reviews: Jedi Knight 2

Screenshot of Jedi Knight 2 showing, well, dull gameplay, frankly.

Overdue Reviews is an occasional series in which I appease my younger self's brief desire to be a videogame journalist by ranting or raving about part of or all of a game I've played in the past. This week: Jedi Knight 2 on PC.

Jedi Knight 2 was like getting into a supercar to find that the seats are uncomfortable. Jedi Knight 2 was like biting into a delicious looking apple to find it a bit soggy inside. Jedi Knight 2 was like meeting your hero only to find out they're not very interesting.

In short, Jedi Knight 2 was something of a disappointment.

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