IE Magazine Issue #08

Issue #8 of Interactive Entertainment. All videos can be found in the IE Magazine entry. Text reviews and the associated video have their own pages as well.

IE Magazine Issue #08

Issue eight was released in December 1994 and includes the game The Lost Admiral from QQP. Hints...

Preview - Absolute Zero (DOS, 1995)

Originality is fairly rare. That's why some people get paid grotesque amounts of money for thin...

Preview - Apache (DOS, 1995)

Editor's note: Since our interview with Bryan Walker, Domark has changed the name of "Dogfight"...

Preview - Cyberia (DOS, 1994)

Technology alters our daily lives in countless ways, but its effects are perhaps most blatantly...

Preview - Flying Nightmares (Macintosh, 1994)

Editor's note: Since our interview with Bryan Walker, Domark has changed the name of "Dogfight"...

Preview - Hardball 4 (DOS, 1994)

Let's get one thing straight – despite the best efforts of the owners and players, I'm still a ...

Preview - SimTower: The Vertical Empire (Windows 3.x, 1995)

Every now and then, a computer game is launched which is completely unlike anything ever seen b...

Preview - Star Trek: The Next Generation - "A Final Unity" (DOS, 1995)

Space . . . The final frontier. For almost 30 years, Gene Roddenberry's vision of the future h...

Preview - U.S. Navy Fighters (DOS, 1994)

I'm seriously considering the possibility of buying U.S. Navy Fighters from Electronic Arts as ...

Preview - USS Ticonderoga: Life and Death on the High Seas (DOS, 1995)

Is it bad when you can put a computer game in any one of six different categories? Now, I know...

Review - Aces of the Deep (DOS, 1994)

The great dichotomy of the gaming industry lies between the gamer and the grognard. These two e...

Review - Alien Vs Predator (Jaguar, 1994)

The Atari Jaguar is a fine machine. I still believe that. Even though it's been out for almost ...

Review - Armored Fist (DOS, 1994)

When NovaLogic released Comanche: Maximum Overkill in 1992, they redefined the modern military ...

Review - Dominus (DOS, 1994)

Though the actual game of Dominus is pretty original, the theme is not. The player is a ruler o...

Review - DreamWeb (DOS, 1994)

It's hard to imagine a more flexible environment for a computer game than the world of dreams. ...

Review - Fortress of Dr. Radiaki, The (DOS, 1994)

Ever since Doom was released a year ago its detractors have been saying that it's nothing more ...

Review - Gazillionaire (DOS, 1994)

There's something about software that changes me from a walking financial disaster zone to a fi...

Review - Metaltech: EarthSiege (DOS, 1994)

If you know the slightest thing about computer games you're well aware of the fact that PEOPLE ...

Review - Mickey Mania (Genesis/SNES, 1994)

Mickey Mania "The Timeless Adventures of Mickey Mouse" is a Mickey adventure that should draw a...

Review - Microsoft Golf 2.0 (Windows 3.x, 1995)

As long as there are hackers wandering back and forth across the fairways of this great nation ...

Review - Realms of Arkania: Star Trail (DOS, 1994)

When was the last time you played a computer RPG that you actually thought was as fun as "the r...

Review - Relentless: Twinsen's Adventure (DOS, 1995)

While there is no lack of animated graphic adventures on the market, there are none so basic as...

Review - Star Crusader (DOS, 1994)

The outer space shoot-em-up has got to be one of the most popular genres in all of computer gam...

Review - Star Reach (DOS, 1994)

A list of good real-time strategy games can be counted on the fingers of one hand. Star Reach s...

Review - Star Trek: The Next Generation Interactive Technical Manual (Windows 3.x, 1994)

For seven seasons, the NCC-1701D has been traveling the universe, boldly going where no one has...

Review - Tigers on the Prowl (DOS, 1994)

Tanks aren't usually paid proper attention in computer wargames, unless the game is specificall...

Review - Under a Killing Moon (DOS, 1994)

For the past year, game buyers have been deluged with facts and rumors about a product that pro...

Review - WarCraft: Orcs & Humans (DOS, 1994)

About a year and a half ago I wandered into Ye Olde Locale Software Shoppe looking for a new st...