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Wizard's Crown Underdogs Hot

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Written by Underdogs     March 21, 2009    
 
10.0 (1)
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A real "oldie but goodie" from SSI, this solid RPG goes beyond its CGA, run-from-floppy limitation with solid attention to detail, huge game world, and incredible amount of choices. A must-have for hardcore RPG'ers who don't mind primitive graphics. It wasn't really the best
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10.0  (1)
I'm playing Wizards Crown right now. World of Warcraft has got me down. I realized that I like computer games because I don't like playing with other people.

I'm playing the Apple version in orange monochrome. I love the orange monochrome. It's all that I had from 1985 to 1989. I had an IBM PC running an 8086 at a blazing 1 mghz. 2 5.25" floppies. What's a hard drive?

Anyways, Wizards Crown is good for a couple of months of casual playing, and then I'll try to figure out how to get Emperor of the Fading Suns running on XP again.
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ifearyeti Reviewed by ifearyeti September 15, 2012
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I'm playing Wizards Crown right now. World of Warcraft has got me down. I realized that I like computer games because I don't like playing with other people.

I'm playing the Apple version in orange monochrome. I love the orange monochrome. It's all that I had from 1985 to 1989. I had an IBM PC running an 8086 at a blazing 1 mghz. 2 5.25" floppies. What's a hard drive?

Anyways, Wizards Crown is good for a couple of months of casual playing, and then I'll try to figure out how to get Emperor of the Fading Suns running on XP again.

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