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The Bard's Tale
Publisher: Electronic Arts     Developer: Interplay
Year of release: 1987

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Mark Ashford wrote ...2002-04-16 10:26:27
Did everyone 'cheat' and use the pre-defined character El Cid in their party? He had a really good weapon called a Fire Horn which could kill just about all enemies until you got a way into the game, it's a shame it ran out after a while. I also remember always going around the city and killing all the statues which re-appeared after you went to the Adventurer's Guild to save ...
Jeremy Niebuhr wrote ...2002-04-11 02:28:03
Yea talk about long playing sessions! I played this on my AtariST back in 88, in High School I would stay up most of the night kicking butts. The guy I got the computer from had drawn maps of the city and all the dungeons on graph paper, which made it easier. It was my first RPG, and I loved it! Great game, great memories...
Mark Ashford wrote ...2002-01-07 05:02:50
This is an all-time classic Role-Playing-Game, I even had this on the ZX Spectrum! The ST version is of course much better though, with good graphics for it's age. It's a huge game and quite hard to get into, but you work your way through various dungeons, sewers and castles fighting the usual orcs, dragons and the like. The only really annoying thing was that you could only save your game back at your home, which meant some long playing sessions if you were to explore the dungeons properly!