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King's Quest 2: Romancing the Throne

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Sierra 1987
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 0/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

With the incredible success of King's Quest 1, it didn't take long for Sierra Online, directed by co-owner Roberta Williams, to release a sequel. Just a year after releasing KQ1, KQ2: Romancing the Throne, was released. However, it didn't receive the praise that the original obtained. Many people felt that the game was too short, the story to simplistic and the characters had no development. Some thought it was just a quickly slapped together game that lacked any real depth or good story telling.


King's Quest: Quest For The Crown

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Sierra 1984
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 5.5/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

The once proud kingdom of Daventry is in ruins. The queen is dead, leaving the old king without a heir. The kingdom is missing its three most important items: a magic mirror, which predicts the future, a magic shield, which defends the kingdom from its enemies, and a treasure chest that is always full. Sir Graham, the bravest knight in the kingdom was charged by the king to find these items, in exchange for the for the crown. Over the course of the game, Sir Graham will fight an evil witch, a dwarf, wizard, ogre, and many more fairy-tale beings, in order to recover the three magic items and save the kingdom. If you haven't already guessed it, Sir Graham is your character.



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