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Date Posted: Wednesday, Apr 19
Author: Chris
Subject: Nobody voted for The Dig because nobody played it
In reply to: Ian 's message, "Re: Amazing! Thanks!" on Wednesday, Apr 19

>Have they not played the god-awful "The Dig"?

I wonder how many people actually played The Dig? I knew one guy who liked it. I bought a copy (second hand) and tried to play it. It looked very worthy and the art was interesting (yawn, yawn) but I got bored after the first ten minutes.

The fact is, that of all the games mentioned, only Monkey Island and Zak still have a large following.

Since more people have played Zak than the other games, I think that is the only reason it got more votes. They wouldn't vote against Monkey Island because the poll was hosted on a Monkey Island fan site.

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