The lights are on
Nobody really knew what was in store for them when Adam dragged us all down into the Replay recording room. The glittery nostalgic gleam in his eyes cued us in that we were going to play some game he adored as a kid, but none of us had ever played Might and Magic III. After trusting Adam as our guide and plunging into the moose rat-infested pits of Fountain Head, we emerge with a new, err... appreciation of the classic PC RPG.
Join Jeff Cork, Adam Biessener, your host Jason Oestreicher, and myself as we return to the mystical land of Terra in 1991's Might and Magic III. Stick around for the second segment in which we play a game that confuses the hell out of us. Surprise!
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Its funny because Tim called the robot OWIN
Awesome episode =)
I never played this one, but it reminds me a lot of Eye of the Beholder from the D&D series of games.
this episode was, unusually entertaining
Loved this replay. Actually laughed out loud over the black skull in the wall.
I love games like this. Which reminds me...Legend of Grimrock comes out tomorrow!
A Replay on a Tuesday? AWESOME!!! =)
Might and Magic looks like something I would've really enjoyed when I was younger if I would've had the patience to figure it out.
The second game reminded me of Tekken.
Good stuff GI.
tobal just looked sweet i wish it was here :(
What's up with the random Replays popping up mid-week? Not complaining, just asking. :)
Oh yes...OH YES!
So, when's the Super Replay kicking off? There was an awful lot of fanfare for it, after all.
So this is where Elder Scrolls was inspired from...Nice!
great replay guys, i love the might and magic series, and whooo! for akira toriyama!
It might have been fun back in the day.... but now it's a snoozefest.
But it's midweek and you won't hear me complaining!!! Thanks for a new episode!
Adam is hilarious, more PCreplays!
I loved the character portraits, and having to train to level up. That's some old school D&D rules too.