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Subject: Re: The best adventure games... Date: 5/2/2001 10:29 AM
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The best adventure games, I really believe, are currently being made by Rareware for the Nintendo 64.

Amen, brother. I, too, am an N64 guy and Rareware adventure games are the only ones I buy without test-driving them from Blockbuster first. My six-year old loves them (I know, I know, he should be playing outside instead -- believe me, he gets plenty of that. Sometimes, though, daddy needs his videogame fix. . . .) and we both enjoy the intricate storylines and the sense of discovery. Don't worry, I've kept him from Conker (for now), but daddy still feels the siren song.

gmj - a lifelong videogame nerd (well, since Pong anyway).

"Sweet sweet TV, let's never fight again." - HJS

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