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Blizzard's classic @Diablo II debuted 15 years ago today in the U.S., on June 29th, 2000: http://www.mobygames.com/game/windows/diablo-ii/
Cover Of The Day: Will Harvey's delightfully playful Zany Golf (1988, PC): http://www.mobygames.com/game/will-harveys-zany-golf
V.silly shmup Parodius for SNES debuted in Japan 23 years ago (July 3rd, 1992): http://www.mobygames.com/game/parodius
Cover Of The Day: surreal Japanese metapic for Keita Takahashi's We Love Katamari (PS2, 2005): http://www.mobygames.com/game/ps2/we-love-katamari
Cover Of The Day: Broderbund's oh so '80s sci-fi' Shufflepuck Cafe (Amiga, 1989): http://www.mobygames.com/game/shufflepuck-cafe
[While we're here - another notable recent milestone is that 666gonzo666 hit 50,000 - massive thanks to him!]
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3,500 Amiga Games (94%)
We need 204 more Amiga games documented to complete this goal!
In the early 1990s there was this amazing WWI simulation on Amiga known as Wings. While it is something very nostalgic and memorable, it is also a great game that offers three different gameplay perspectives: 1st-person dogfights, top-down bomb runs, and isometric low-altitude strafing runs. What Remastered Edition did was took the original game and with a help of OpenGL and 3D representation presented it in Full HD graphics with the same feel as the original. The game looks and feels just as the old one did with a graphical presentation for nowadays computers which makes it look new, but feel old. This is a true example of how all remakes or remastered versions should be done to whatever nostalgic games we'd like to experience once more.
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Odyssey 2 version released. (Brazil)
Iron Tank: The Invasion of Normandy
NES version released. (Japan)
World Championship Soccer
Genesis version released. (Japan)
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