LetsFistAgain - 2008-02-26 Yeah i remember this. The girls looks like theyve been flayed.
Quad9Damage - 2008-02-26 I wasn't even aware they had 'trailers' for games back in those days. And is it really right to call your game 'groundbreaking' when you're basing it off a preexisting text adventure?
NoCode - 2008-02-26 Ahh, Leisure Suit Larry. My mom's boyfriend used to let me play this game when I was about nine years old.
I was also a fan of King's Quest, for the record.
Quad9Damage - 2008-02-26 I discovered Leisure Suit Larry when I was 13 and looking for porno games on the (then fairly new) internet. I remember copying a pirated LSL1 to a floppy and giving it to a classmate. He later told me that he threw the disk across the room after failing to get past the age check questions.
cognitivedissonance - 2008-02-26 I will also back up anything defending King's Quest. Unless you're talking about Cedric the Motherfucking Owl.
RomancingTrain - 2008-02-27 Other than KQV were there any games in the series where you could do something wrong in the beginning and screw yourself over later on? Because that is a lot worse than some annoying animal friend.
Quad9Damage - 2008-02-27 In LSL2, if you didn't pick up the suntan lotion (and maybe something else too) before boarding the ship, you'd be screwed later on. OOPS I SAVED.