The horror classic, The 7th Guest, arrived on Steam last week. Released in 1993, this game had a huge impact on the games industry, thanks to its mature content and use of pre-rendered 3D graphics — two things that weren’t very common at the time — and it even helped push sales of CD-ROMs. Basically, what I’m saying is it was crazy influential and if you haven’t played it already, you now have one less reason not to get it.
If you’re interested in experiencing a bit of video game history, you can now grab The 7th Guest on Steam for $9.99. They also have a bundle, which also includes its sequel, The 11th Hour, for $5 more ($14.99).
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