Secret Of Evermore Was The Most Underrated '90s American Video Game
If Tim Burton and MTV designed a video game, it would be Secret of Evermore. This game deserves to be remembered.
The moody sountrack
The option to play as this awesome dog.
This creepy first boss.
The script felt like it was written by a college film major who listened to a lot of Pavement.
The slacker hero quoted movies that don't even exist.
The hero starts off pathologically addicted to pop cultural references, but he gradually lets go of that.
You got to fly this Steampunk teapot.
See this plane? It's flying to Burning Man.
You could make witchy spells from the ingredients you find.
This was the best city to get lost in. You learned how to barter and bargain.
This skeleton gondola scam.
The Moogle from Final Fantasy came to watch you die in a coliseum.
And Cecil from FFIV sold you armor at a steep mark-up.
Most of all, it allowed you to stumble through history and time...
Tripping from one era to the next...
...to find that scientists, librarians, girl-geniuses and beautiful weirdos finally ran the world you lived in.
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