Category Archives: retrospective

Matt Chat 263: Wasteland 2

This week’s Matt Chat is a review of Wasteland 2, a modern, Kickstarter-funded sequel to the 1988 Interplay classic.

Disclosure – Brian Fargo has long been a supporter of Matt Chat as an executive producer. He does not, however, have any direct control or influence over the show.

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Matt Chat 232: Lands of Lore Retrospective

This week’s episode features a retrospective of a hidden gem from the 90s, Lands of Lore: The Throne of Chaos. If you’re looking for more Dungeon Master-experiences like Legend of Grimrock, you’ll love it. Plus, how many other CRPGs have Patrick Stewart as a voice actor?

You can buy Lands of Lore I and II from GOG for only $5.99. Use this link, and the show gets a cut!

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Matt Chat 228: Review of Might and Magic X: Legacy

This episode is a review of the new Might & Magic game from Limbic Entertainment. Check it out here. I’ve been playing the game steadily since this review, but have still not managed to beat it–and thankful for it. It’s been a long time since I’ve had a game this fun to look forward to coming home and playing.

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Matt Chat 224: Dungeon Keeper (Retrospective)

Sure you love CRPGS…But have you ever wondered what it’d be like to be the mastermind behind those dungeons you love exploring? To be the evil warlord yourself? In 1997, Bullfrog Productions gave us that chance in the form of Dungeon Keeper, an awesome DOS game that became a cult classic.

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http://www.gog.com/game/dungeon_keepe…

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Matt Chat 220: Wizardry 8

I finally got around this week to playing a true CRPG classic from Sir-Tech and Brenda Brathwaite: Wizardry 8! This is an awesome game that I would love to see more of today: full 6-party character creation, strategic combat (you get a choice between “phase” and “continuous”), and of course, an epic storyline.

You can download the mp4 here.
If you want to buy the game, use my affiliate link from GOG.com. At $5, this is a real steal, especially when a boxed copy might set you back $60 or more.