The Story of Dune (Amiga, PC): From Failed Films to Classic Games – Kim Justice

It took a long time for Frank Herbert’s seminal 1965 sci-fi novel, Dune, to receive an adaptation worthy of its standing – several attempts to make it a film failed, and the David Lynch-led one that did arrive flopped. Finally though, the trio of Virgin, Cryo and Westwood would nail it with not one, but two classic games for the PC, Amiga and Mega CD — this review video is the story of how they came to be. Enjoy!

Thanks to Andrew Dalton for the request!

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