Good Old Review's month of classic role-playing games continues with Interplay's Fallout.
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As we head into December Good Old Reviews will be delving back into history to take a look at PC role-playing classics, starting with inXile's Wasteland.
Wing Commander: Armada is perhaps the least essential of the Wing Commander games, dispensing with the cinematic personality that's the hallmark of the series in favor of pure cockpit action wrapped up in a simplistic, overarching strategy game.
Wing Commander 3 and 4 are classic examples of the awfulness of live-action FMVs, sacrificing artistry and gameplay for cheap wardrobes, ugly graphics, lousy acting and absolutely rancid scripts.
Wing Commander 1 and 2 are classic space flight sims that are just as fun (and frustrating) now as they were in their heyday.
Wing Commander: Prophecy delivers a ton of space fighting fun, but not quite up to the standards of its predecessors.
GOG has re-released I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream and we're here to tell you that its still worth playing.