Review: 3D Realms Anthology

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3D Realms Anthology

3D Realms (Apogee Software)
Reviewed on: PC (Exclusive)
Release: 05.05

Alien Carnage/Halloween Harry, Arctic Adventure, Balls of Steel, Bio Menace, Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold, Blake Stone: Planet Strike, Cosmo’s Cosmic Adventure, Crystal Caves, Dark Ages, Death Rally (Classic), Duke Nukem, Duke Nukem 2, Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, Duke Nukem 3D, Hocus Pocus, Major Stryker, Math Rescue, Monster Bash, Monuments of Mars, Mystic Towers, Paganitzu, Pharaoh’s Tomb, Raptor: Call of the Shadows, Realms of Chaos, Rise of the Triad: Dark War, Secret Agent, Shadow Warrior (Classic), Stargunner,Terminal Velocity, Wacky Wheels, Word Rescue and Xenophage: Alien Bloodsport.  These are the 32 games released in the excellent 3D Realms Anthology pack, and for $40, you can’t find a better deal. Playing these old school classics brings me back to a better time where bills didn’t exist and I actually had hope for my future. Nostalgia aside, the games I had a blast playing were the Duke Nukem ones—little did I know that the original games were side scrollers.  I thought the first in the Duke Nukem franchise was the 3D one. Stupidity aside, all the games listed were a blast to play. So, do yourself a favor—jump on Steam and buy this pack now! –Kenny Tadrzynski