Prince_Alex wrote:Ah, yes, in the King's Quest folder of course. That makes much more sense.
Prince_Alex wrote:Oh wow, that's like witchcraft! Forum technology has come along way these days.
Datadog wrote:You can get "King's Quest: The Complete Collection" as a package on Steam for PC.
But it seems it's not over yet. They're still advertising an unreleased "epilogue".
MusicallyInspired wrote:TOG's King's Quest was enjoyable. After the first chapter the amount of content drops significantly (it seems ActiVision's funding of the project plummeted after seeing the lackluster reception the first chapter got), but they're still pretty good. You could say the subsequent chapters become more "focused" but I wouldn't. I like all that content and miss it. I consider it all better than anything Telltale has done lately. Well told story, if that's what you're into more than anything. Well worth it. If you didn't pick it up in the recent second bout of the Humble Sierra Bundle you are not to be forgiven.
MusicallyInspired wrote:I consider it all better than anything Telltale has done lately.
Tawmis wrote:I've got way too many games (I've not played yet!) on my plate... and I didn't care for the character animation (strange, I know, considering the AGI/SCI graphics, right? But back then that was expected - these days, there's new expectations)...
Tawmis wrote:So I will probably eventually get the entire collected version of this episodic game... but I am in no rush.
Collector wrote:Not exactly a very high bar.
It is a matter of the style, not resolution. While I generally like certain things about KQ7 I find the cartoony style of the sprites off putting. It is the same with what I have seen of the new KQ.
I also don't like the way they have turned Graham into a decrepit old man. It sets canon that essentially puts to an end any further adventures of Graham. There is nothing that says that Daventry time has to pass the same as real time.
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