Date: 2017-06-27 03:15 pm (UTC)
From: [personal profile] lizzyloo
Oh, I just so appreciate you not saying, "Pipe down, nerd!" :D I think nostalgia plays an increasingly important role in people's lives these days, and Sierra games have the strongest nostalgic pull for me. The emergence of so many Sierra and Lucas (and Apogee!) games on GOG tells me I'm not alone in this.
The chandelier and upstairs stair railing deaths were the most obnoxious to me... really kind of similar to the KQ3 (well, KQ1-4) stair deaths. You get to playing and want to hurry somewhere and BOOM! You forget and you get crushed/fall to your doom and have to pray you saved. So, typical Sierra all the way.
One thing I have to say about both the LB games- the detail does both games credit. LB did the absolute best it could with what it had available at the time (which isn't condescending if you also consider that so did the original Star Wars movies), and LB2 is such a treat to look at (except, you know, the death scenes).
Thanks for humoring my comments. Some people love talking sports or news... I love classic adventure games. :D
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