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This game is an absolute must have if you enjoy adventuring and uproariously funny humor. No other game comes close. Larry desperately needs your help and you'll enjoy the cruise. Oh - oh, if you're a feminist - pass on this one.
Leisure Suit Larry 7: Love for Sail is a great animated adventure, filled with adult humor and innuendo. Offering superior graphics, animation, music, and sound, with unique features like scratch-n-sniff and placing your face and voice into the game, LSL7 is truly a unique game to own. Although not recommended for those younger than 17 or women (this is REALLY a male-targeted game), LSL7 is sure to make you laugh. I recommend you go "full speed ahead" to the nearest software store or mail-order house and pick up a copy. It's nautical, but nice.
C'est le retour de Larry pour de nouvelles aventures érotico-corico... euh, non.. érotico-comiques. Toujours plus délirant, un vrai régal. Non obsédé, s'abstenir !
In a way, Larry defies evaluation. Each new exploit is really the same old story of sleazy pursuit, sly titillation, and inevitable deflation, but part of the charm is seeing Larry lose over and over and over.... You're sympathetic, but he is such an obtuse worm. Still, if you're a Larry fan, you'll like Leisure Suit Larry 7 at least as much as the previous editions. If you don't get the joke, you'll dislike it just as much. To me, it's a hoot. Hey, some people watch Melrose Place.
Oh to be back there again, when times were simpler, games were better, and Al Lowe still had a job.