Included as a menu option on the 1995 adventure game Shannara from Legend Entertainment is a History Button. This provides a heavily abridged version of Shea Ohmsford’s story (the father of the game’s main protagonist Jak *in this version of the universe*) and the basics of The Sword of Shannara.
Shannara is a adventure game from Legend Entertainment released in 1995 for DOS and Windows. It’s an original story within the Shannara universe, referencing some of it’s characters and larger story arc. The protagonist is the son of Shea Ohmsford the original protagonist of The Sword of Shannara novel. As
OK, this one is a recreation using a still of the logo and using some AI upscaling on the source videos, which are old sqv1 Sorensen Quicktime loose files on the game’s second disc. I used handbrake to expand from 10 fps to 30 and then used AI upscaling to
The third entry in the Perfect Entertainment developed game series based on the Discworld universe and works of author Terry Pratchett. But first… the setup. IMPORTANT NOTE: Without the fixed executable linked below the game crashes for me on loading options or after the intro cutscene, This game could be
Discworld II – Mortality Byes! was known as Missing Presumed…!? outside of North America and was the follow-up to the first entry released in the previous year, also published by Psygnosis. Eric Idle, Rob Brydon, and several others return for voices. The plot is a mixture of Discworld stories from
Discworld is a classic adventure game set in the universe of the same Title by author Terrt Pratchett. It features some notable names as far as voice acting, with Eric Idle of Monty Python fame voicing the protagonist wizard Rincewind and several suporting voices by actor/comedia/impressionist Rob Brydon. The game
2010’s Aliens vs Predator was developed by Rebellion, now perhaps best known for the Sniper Elite and Zombie Army spinoff series, and published by SEGA. The game featured three single player campaigns for Marines, Predator, and Aliens, along with a well-liked multiplayer component. The game has great sound design and
Claire is 2d scroller horror game from indie developer Hailstorm Games who also published the initial release, with the extended cut getting publishing help from Limited Run Games. It a classically-styled horror adventure similar to that of Lone Survivor, The Last Door, Home, or Uncanny Valley. Blurbs via Steam: Claire
Cleaning out some old folders on my drive and I found this unposted/unedited video. It’s from awhile back, but to the best of my memory it used a custom patch in order to enable both MT-32 and voice acting at the same time. However in live playback there is noticeable
Rights belong to THQ and Heavy Iron Studios This one took quite a bit of work. The PC version of Hail to the King is quite buggy and upscaling wasn’t satisfactory. However the disc does have all the videos and music in open directories. The in-game footage of the Dreamcast
Actraiser Renaissance is a Remake/Revival of the Actraiser franchise for most modern platforms. Releasing today (Sept. 25, 2021) the game is available on PC, iOS, PS4/PS5 and Switch. Graphics are stylistcally remastered in HD resolution and players can toggle between the original and reimagined version of the soundtrack during gameplay.
RPCS3 running on older CPU and not quite as old GPU. Looks like the old girl can still have some fun. My trusty old, perpetually dying 2600k machine, with a recently borrowed 980ti replacing a dead 780ti, has had some emulation adventures lately with BOTW and now Resistance. All my