Vote for Bio Break’s next journey through a classic PC game!

Because I’m feeling a little wonky and full of whimsy this holiday season, I’m going to open up voting for the next classic PC game playthrough to pretty much my entire library barring some titles that I want to play in order.  It’s wide open this time, and you can vote for as many titles as you like!

13 thoughts on “Vote for Bio Break’s next journey through a classic PC game!

  1. Ah Syp there are too many jewels in that list to choose from.I picked System Shock 2 because it was hard to get hold of for so long and has become almost a legend. It is also an excellent game I played it only a few years back and it hold up very well. I still consider it one of the scariest games I have ever played.

  2. There’s a game of “I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream”???? Possibly the most disturbing and unpleasant SF short story I’ve ever read (alright, Sandkings. Still, terrifying). What the heck kind of a game would that be? Voted for that, among a few others I’ve actually played.

    I’d also love you to play Simon the Sorcerer, just to see you rip it apart. Would have to be funnier than the actual game.

  3. I voted for the Temple of Elemental Evil because that is one of the few games I stopped playing due to sheer frustration and thought maybe I missed something. Now that I see it’s in the lead, though, I’m starting to feel bad… so if it wins, sorry!

  4. Lots of choices. I think I voted for almost a dozen. And I also voted for “Temple of Elemental Evil” because I’ve always been a little curious about it too.

    Regarding “I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream” try watching the following Extra Credits episode from Penny Arcade:

    There’s a nice description of that game as one of the first games.

  5. Star Control 2. It has drama, comedy, an epic story and a deep and entertaining starship combat sub-game. You know, everything SWTOR should have had :) (I jest, I actually like SWTOR)

  6. Also, since when is Alan Wake classic? The game was released in 2010, and just came out on PC last year! I liked the shooter, personally, despite the same ol’ mechanics to fight everything and the ridiculous product placements, but still, I really wouldn’t call it “classic”. :P

  7. To The Moon was one of the saddest and most beautiful games I’ve ever played. But it’s definitely not a classic game. Play it anyway, it’s magnificent.

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