I think I just don't like these enough.
After Dominion: Storm Over Gift 3 shuffled off the shelves and Daikatana collapsed under a pile of hype and dead frogs, Ion Storm Dallas managed to ship one last game before folding in on itself. Tom Hall’s Anachronox seemed like a gritty cyberpunk adventure, but it soon turned into a hilarious send up of – and tribute to – the console RPG. Anachronox (https://longthanhtourist.com/serial-code/?file=4448) had everything RPG players clamor for: a compelling plot, a strange and new setting to explore, a fantastic soundtrack, a good, if older engine, and deep, interesting characters. Unfortunately, the game shipped early and buggy, and, with little marketing from Eidos and the demise of Ion Storm Dallas, it sank into cult-favorite-class obscurity, good for geeks and bad for business. The game community and former Ion Storm Dallas employees were left to piece the game’s universe together via unofficial patches (visite site) and even an acclaimed machinima movie.