I must confess, however old I am, I never played any of the King's Quest games when I was a kid. I still remember them though, particularly number V and VI which featured 256 colors for the very first time. I would be green with envy when reading the PC reviews in magazines, wishing I had more money (and more comprehensive parents) to be able to play them. Thankfully, Sierra (aka indie Activision) made it possible for me to get acquainted with the franchise with a brand new episode. I just had time to play the very beginning so it's too early to say if this first part is truly worth it, but so far I'm liking it very much. PC videos are inside if you're still wondering what to do.
I have a hard time when a fat bomber rolls around on skated with a parasol cocktail in his hand, whilst doing a pseudo-philosophical monologue about life. It's neither funny or cool, it's just dumb. (2 Hours ago)
@Melmoth: Yeah, but MGS1 has a good balance, 2 and onward doesn't. IMO. (2 Hours ago)
@Megido: that's the beauty of metal gear :). the mix of realism and (wtf) fantasy (3 Hours ago)
@MikeManiac61: He sounds like he's on the toilet with a serious constipation problem :) (5 Hours ago)
Especially on MGS4, he made it sound like he had a clog of saliva in his throat. (6 Hours ago)
@Megido: I think i'm the minority on this, but the VA for Snake (forgot his name) didn't click with me. (6 Hours ago)
I ca suspend my diabelief for walking tanks and cyber ninjas. Bomb planting fatsos with rocket powered rollerblades is a step too far. (8 Hours ago)