The Dig Review
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In almost every sense, The Dig represents a leap backwards from LucasArts' previous group of adventure games.
I recently read a great article about the crappy grammar, lack of creativity, immaturity, and bad journalism inherent in video game reviewers, and the Gamespot review is the proof. The Dig is an AMAZING adventure game... Read Full Review11 of 12 users found the following review helpful
Lucasarts was the premier adventure game publisher for over a decade; games like Monkey Island, Maniac Mansion, Full Throttle, Grim Fandango, etc defined what adventure gaming was all about. The famous SCUMM engine made... Read Full Review2 of 11 users found the following review helpful
This game is underrated - it had an immersive and twisting storyline, and had puzzles that challenged but were not too hard. Some might call it farfetched and slow; I say that it is a well paced scifi pizzle game. I p... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
The game was a lot more serious than the other titles from LucasArts, but when you go through the story - it probably was a good thing. The story was brilliant and the soundtrack was as good - very fitting I must say. Ho... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
I've always considered this game to be the weak link in Lucasarts adventure games, and after playing it again recently, i stand by that belief. "The Dig" tries its hardest to be good, but at the end, the ridicules not-su... Read Full Review2 of 4 users found the following review helpful
Was someone having a bad day when they reviewed this game? 4.5???? You've gotta be kidding me! I remember buying this maybe a year after release and I loved it! The story was exciting, the music was terrific, the grap... Read Full Review8 of 8 users found the following review helpful
I love adventure games, especially old school ones, the kind that didn't hold your hand and weren't afraid to attack your brain cells with puzzles that require analytical thinking, even using a pen and paper to solve som... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
I have to say, even now a days, it's rare for me to find and games nearly as good as The Dig. Despite what GameSpot thinks, I thought this game was remarkably fun and interesting. The backgrounds were all hand drawn and... Read Full Review2 of 2 users found the following review helpful
*Note: This is a review of LucasArts' Steam re-release of The Dig. Why does everybody talk about Boom Blox like it was Steven Spielberg's first entry as a game designer when his first real attempt at making a game was... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
We don't see many adventure games nowaday's we can only look to these lost relics in the past, and wonder, and play. LucasArt's the dig, is true to the adventure genre, it sucks you in just like a book, pity so few g... Read Full Review2 of 2 users found the following review helpful
Ten tears have passed since I played this game, but it is one of those that stay on your mind for ever. It could be hard some times, but it is really fun game. The story is nice. You are always expecting what's going ... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
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