With how advanced home gaming systems are nowadays, it is hard to remember a time when the promise of a game that had multiple screens of gameplay was a huge selling point. It did not take much convincing to sell me on the merits of Miner 2049er. They had me at “trapped in a uranium mine with deadly mutants,” but the additional screens gave me an idea of just how deep a game I was getting myself into.
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