The voice acting is... horrid. Perhaps if I mute it I might be able to play it.MusicallyInspired wrote: ↑Mon Sep 30, 2019 9:06 pmNo, but really ever since it came out and my dad bought it brand new I thought it was a really neat direction to take King's Quest in. It's still largely adventure-oriented. You have an inventory, there are puzzles to solve. Sure they're simplistic by comparison, but I still enjoyed it.
MOE has been ragged on for years and I feel like it's just a kneejerk reaction now. Like hating on Escape From Monkey Island or something (which I do hate on). But I never did dislike it.
MoE, for me, has been one of the games; even back in the day when it came out, I was simply never able to get into. I remember the intro... and having to see the statues of everyone... and something to collect to free Daventry...
But... nothing ever pulled me into it. Not even the fact that it was a "Sierra" game.
I tried to replay Codename: Iceman an infinite amount of more times, despite the endless frustrations back in the day, more than I ever did MoE.
It's funny; because for me AGI/SCI looks infinitely better than early 90's 3D graphics.
I will say, Wizardry 7 and 8, both suffer from the "toddler 3D" games; but I've at least beaten both of those several times.
But I actually prefer the other Wizardry games, because the graphics are simple and not so... visually jarring.