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Review - Front Page Sports: Baseball '94 (DOS, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #07

I turned on ESPN the other day and saw a baseball game. Really. It wasn't a pro game, because t...

Review - PGA Tour 486 (DOS, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #07

You know . . . if all entertainment software companies shoved as much detail into their games a...

Review - Battle Bugs (DOS, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #06

When name Dynamix comes up, one thinks of classic titles like Red Baron and the Incredible Mach...

Review - Lode Runner (Windows 3.x, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #06

Computer games have come a long way in the past 10 years, technologically speaking. SGI-rendere...

Review - Lords of the Realm (DOS, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #06

Lords of the Realm, fresh on the shelves from Impressions Software, is a visually appealing str...

Review - Operation Crusader (DOS, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #06

If you want a wargame that covers daytime and nighttime operations down to the last hour of sle...

Review - Theatre of Death (DOS, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #06

War games have always been popular on DOS-based computers, but in the past year or so one parti...

Review - Brutal Sports Football (Jaguar, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #06

I don't like sports. I don't have anything against them, but they don't do much for me. Okay, o...

Review - Wolf (DOS, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #07

Wolves are pretty cool. I know this because I occasionally watch nature documentaries with my f...

Review - Call of Cthulhu: Shadow of the Comet (DOS, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #07

When Lord Boleskine visited the small New England town of Ilsmouth, he hadn't a clue of the ter...

Review - Sid Meier's Colonization (DOS, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #07

Let's go back, way way back to the ancient time of 1991. Ya know, pre-Doom era computerized ent...

Review - Dark Sun: Wake of the Ravager (DOS, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #07

Another day, another RPG. It's kind of alarming how fast software publishers can churn out game...

Review - Overlord (DOS, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #07

t A lot of games – and multimedia products – and books, and TV specials, and knickknacks and (fo...

Review - Master of Magic (DOS, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #07

Simtex and Microprose are lying to you. There's no other way I can put it. It's not really a ba...

Review - Legend of Kyrandia: Book 3 - Malcolm's Revenge (DOS, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #07

Westwood's Legend of Kyrandia series has already set high standards in the fantasy adventure fi...

Review - Iron Cross (DOS, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #07

Wargamers on the electronic front have a running debate about the nature of computer strategy –...

Review - Operation Europe: Path to Victory 1939-45 (DOS, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #07

Game publishers and purchasers never seem to tire of the second world war. Your local software ...

Review - DOOM II (DOS, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #07

Ten thousand years from now, when whatever will become of the human race digs deep into the san...

Review - Demolition Man (3DO, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #07

They're usually referred to as the "easy way to make money with little effort" genre of games. ...

Review - Aces of the Deep (DOS, 1994)

Interactive Entertainment Magazine IE Magazine Issue #08

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