[This is a repost, as my server died this week.]

Despite my earlier and unfounded skepticism, Matt Barton of the blog Armchair Arcade has posted the second of a series about the origins and history of the computer RPG. It’s currently up on Gamasutra, but he’ll be posting it on his own blog in a few weeks.

This installment features games from the time period that he calls the Golden Age of CRPGs: 1984-1993.

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2 comments so far

 1 

Thank you so very much… I was definitely getting restless you know. Even bit me old mum :)

Cheers!

(great review too)

February 26th, 2007 at 8:34 am
 2 

Just as tasty as part 1.

Curse you, Van Verth, for bringing this to our attention! Now I’m useless, awash in the memories of a summer long-past that was lost to Champions of Krynn…

March 8th, 2007 at 8:35 am

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