J.B. Harold Murder Club review

Sometimes there are games out there that seem simple enough and then hardly make more than a blip in the radar. But sometimes those same games get noticed by other reasons outside the game itself and might end up developing a cult following, or even sometimes they’re successful in one country but are hardly noticed in another country. Not to mention how much the game was influenced by and how much it influenced other games afterwards. Today we’re going to take a look at one such odd game: J.B. Harold Murder Club.

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Police Quest I review

Continuing our Sierra retrospective, we’ll now a take a look at the first game of Sierra’s most realistic series so far, Police Quest.

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