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Highlander: The Last of the Macleods (Jaguar CD)

Highlander: The Last of the Macleods review (JCD)

Reviewed on November 15, 2017

The Jaguar CD's heavy reliance on ports, arcade FMV adventures and multimedia showcases in its short existence made it impossible to truly grasp its potential as 64 bit system. While the idea of the Jaguar being a true 64-bit system is laughable in retrospect due to the 32-bit Playstation providing players with a far greater aesthetic experience, I find it interesting to look back on these failed adventures that attempted to lead us into a new and exciting technological era.
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Blue Lightning (Jaguar CD)

Blue Lightning review (JCD)

Reviewed on June 23, 2016

Only Strikes Once
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Vid Grid (Jaguar CD)

Vid Grid review (JCD)

Reviewed on December 06, 2015

Long Live the New Flesh
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Baldies (Jaguar CD)

Baldies review (JCD)

Reviewed on December 04, 2015

Bald is (not so) beautiful.
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Blue Lightning (Jaguar CD)

Blue Lightning review (JCD)

Reviewed on May 24, 2007

Recently I joined a very elite club: the group of Atari Jaguar CD owners. The Jag CD add-on was released very late in the Jaguar's brief lifespan, so there were relatively few titles released for it. Apparently only 20,000 CD units were manufactured, but those people who did buy one new received four pack-in discs: a music-only CD of Tempest 2000's 'soundtrack', a brief demo of Myst, the music/puzzle game Vid Grid, and Blue Lightning.
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Myst (Jaguar CD)

Myst review (JCD)

Reviewed on June 14, 2004

If you've ever heard someone scrutinizing Myst, you've probably witnessed some loser running to its defense with an inane comment along these lines: “Well, it's really good for what it is.” What is Myst exactly? I'll synopsize the whole game for you: You take a pointer and you click around while collecting clues. Is there something revolutionary and pioneering that I am missing here? Call me ignorant, even go to the extent of calling me a condescending fool, but I'm lost on why people find this ...
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