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 Exile Trilogy Review @ GU - Page 1
 July 2nd, 1999 by Chris "Stories" Kim



  • Processor: 486-66

  • RAM: 8MB

  • OS: Windows 3.1+

  • Videocard: 640x480x256 Compatible

  • Hard Drive: 20MB

  • CD-ROM: Yes

  • Mouse: Yes

  • Soundcard: Yes

  • Processor: Pentium II 300mhz
  • RAM: 64MB
  • OS: Windows 98 4.10.1998
  • Hard Drive: 6.4GB
  • Videocard: Diamond Viper V550 16MB AGP (w/ 1.88 NVidia Detenator)
  • Soundcard: Soundblaster PCI64

    RELEASE DATE/PRICE: Order Direct - Not Sold in Stores, $45 (Macintosh and PC hybrid CD)
    DEMO : All Three Games Have Demos
    PATCHES: Various Versions Depending On Game


    A compilation CD of all of Spiderweb's popular Exile series is on one CD-Rom now. Each of the games has its own feel and touch to it with their own unique storyline and environments. The very first time I played the original Exile game was a while back, and I enjoyed it, but I did not have suffecient knowledge and patience to play it at the time (I was around 12 years old), but now I had the patience and knowledge to play through the game. And the game is really enjoyable, I have seperated this review into 4 sections, one page for each game, and the final breakdown of the games in the ratings. So here we go, onto the first gameplay and other important features in the Exile series.
    Great Gameplay and Storyline

    Added:  Friday, July 02, 1999
    Reviewer:  Chris Kim
    Page: 1/4

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