User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.
Introducing Dr. Entropy
Superhero Information Screen
The Crimson Tape's Biography
Jersey City Market
Conversation With a Weapons Merchant
The Corrupt Piscataway Temple
Yankee Stadium in Ruins
The Liberty Bell
Gloriously dated references abound.
It's a McMutant!
You'll visit other Superhero Leagues on your journey. Those superheroes seem to be interested in... err... reading :)
In-door battle against a one-armed bandit
This is the subway, important transportation device in the game. You'll have to find differently colored pass cards for different lines
Even such quiet neighborhoods have mutants... the dialogue, as always, is hilarious
Looks like some people still live in luxury... like this idiot :)
Oh wow. This is a mini-boss battle of sorts. Those guys are way over-powered
Workers on strike. Sometimes, the game's humor suddenly stops being silly and turns into satire...
Many dialogue have multiple choices. You speak to your trusty old friend, the RoboMop
Shamans will heal your party from various status changes
Those guys sell armor. Psychedelic characters
Unfortunately, central squares look the same in all the towns
Each episode ends with a confrontation against Dr. Entropy. And each time he invents a new destruction plan, more idiotic than the one before
When you reach a location of interest on the map, a message is displayed, inviting you to investigate the location
Brothel. As always: hilarious descriptions. This game is truly something :)
Urban area, rooftops - you fight against mutated American football players :)
This is what is left of the airport... gloomy sight. You take out your Pat Buchanan statue and inspect it
I've cleared this sector of all the enemies, and explored every grid. My party gets bonuses for that :)
This tiger hosts his own talk show :)
Just when you thought they've run out of funny comments during battles, you encounter new ones, in this mini-boss battle
Such cut scenes appear after a successful completion of an episode
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