You are what you play

Baig, Edward C.
December 1992
U.S. News & World Report;12/7/92, Vol. 113 Issue 22, p78
Gives a list of 10 out of the hundreds of fine computer games on the market, as tested by reviewers at `Game Players PC Entertainment,' `Computer Gaming World' and `Computer Game Review and CD-ROM Entertainment.' Falcon 3.0 from Spectrum HoloByte; Chessmaster 3000 from Software Toolworks; Al Michaels Announces HardBall III from Accolade; The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes from Electronic Arts; Power Politics from Cineplay Interactive; Others; Prices; Details.


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