How the obsession with Ultima 7 led to some of the best RPGs on PC


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The 1980s were a great era for liars in court, yet they were not disappointed by the internet’s power of fact-checking. Some have claimed to have an uncle in Nintendo; Swen Vincke’s friend created a computer game where you can do anything. He spun a story about a D&D-style adventure in which he meets an AI character who can not only talk, but answer questions. “He was flirting with me, but I believed him,” Fink recalls.

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