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By Shack Staff   //   March 23, 2012 2:30 PM

MobyGames Classic: Resident Evil community stories

Shacknews readers share their own stories revolving around the classic Resident Evil, the latest game inducted into the "MobyGames Classic" series on Shacknews.com.
By Shack Staff   //   March 21, 2012 3:30 PM

MobyGames Classic: Resident Evil

MobyGames.com Classic returns with Resident Evil, the 1996 survival-horror game by Capcom that helped define the genre.
By Shack Staff   //   March 8, 2012 6:00 PM

MobyGames Classic: Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six

MobyGames.com Classic returns with Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six, the 1998 PC game by Red Storm featuring fist and third-person combat and an intricate tactical component.
By Shack Staff   //   February 10, 2012 2:00 PM

MobyGames Classic: Syndicate community stories

Shacknews readers share their own stories revolving around the classic Syndicate, the latest game inducted into the "MobyGames Classic" series on Shacknews.com.
By Shack Staff   //   February 8, 2012 11:00 AM

MobyGames Classic: Syndicate

MobyGames.com Classic returns with Syndicate, the 1993 PC game by Bullfrog with a corporate-cyberpunk storyline, RPG elements, and frantic real-time combat.
By Shack Staff   //   January 27, 2012 1:45 PM

MobyGames Classic: Max Payne community stories

Shacknews readers share their own stories revolving around the original Max Payne, the latest game inducted into the "MobyGames Classic" series on Shacknews.com.
By Shack Staff   //   January 25, 2012 12:15 PM

MobyGames Classic: Max Payne

MobyGames.com Classic returns with Max Payne, the 2001 PC game by Remedy that first introduced the now widely-used slow motion 'Bullet Time' gameplay mechanic.
By Shack Staff   //   January 18, 2012 1:00 PM

MobyGames Classic: X-Com: UFO Defense community stories

Shacknews readers share their own stories revolving around the classic X-Com: UFO Defense, the latest game inducted into the "Moby Games Classic" series on Shacknews.com.
By Shack Staff   //   January 11, 2012 3:30 PM

MobyGames Classic: X-Com: UFO Defense

MobyGames.com Classic returns with X-Com: UFO Defense, the 1994 strategy-RPG originally released for PC that spawned numerous sequels on multiple platforms.
By Shack Staff   //   December 30, 2011 2:00 PM

MobyGames Classic: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II

MobyGames.com Classic returns with Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II, the 1997 PC game by LucasArts that let players wield a lightsaber and Force powers for the first time.
By Shack Staff   //   December 17, 2011 2:30 PM

MobyGames Classic: Chrono Trigger community stories

Shacknews readers share their own stories revolving around the classic Chrono Trigger, the latest game inducted into the "MobyGames Classic" series on Shacknews.com.
By Shack Staff   //   December 14, 2011 4:30 PM

MobyGames Classic: Chrono Trigger

MobyGames.com Classic returns with the Chrono Trigger, the beloved 1995 role-playing game for the SNES that has since seen numerous re-releases on multiple platforms.
By Shack Staff   //   December 4, 2011 2:00 PM

MobyGames Classic: Ultima 7 community stories

Shacknews readers share their own stories revolving around the classic Ultima VII, the latest game inducted into the "Moby Games Classic" series on Shacknews.com.
By Shack Staff   //   November 30, 2011 1:00 PM

MobyGames Classic: Ultima 7

MobyGames.com Classic returns with the classic 1992 role-playing title, Ultima VII: The Black Gate. Widely considered the best in the franchise's long history, Ultima VII thrust players in the middle of a vast murder-mystery.
By Shack Staff   //   November 20, 2011 12:00 PM

MobyGames Classic: Prince of Persia community stories

Shacknews readers share their own stories revolving around the classic Jordan Mechner title Prince of Persia, the latest game inducted into the "MobyGames Classic" series on Shacknews.com.
By Shack Staff   //   November 16, 2011 4:00 PM

MobyGames Classic: Prince of Persia

MobyGames.com Classic returns with Jordan Mechner's 1989 title Prince of Persia. Could franchises like Uncharted and Assassin's Creed exist as they do today without the Apple-II classic? We doubt it.