As some of you may already know, I now own Island Xtreme Stunts. It was given to me as a gift, and I was told it came all the way from Australia to the US. Wow.
Anyway, I thought I would share some unwrapping pics. You can see them all in the Flickr set.
Focus Essential. From what small research I did (and by that I mean reading the cover), it is a British company, and this was originally released in the UK.
This is a pretty disc, at least to me. When I got it, it was actually loose from the plastic holder, and was sliding around in the case. But when I opened it, nothing but a few small smudges. Oh, and did I mention it was still in the plastic wrap? Yup.
Interesting how Focus split the games into two lines: LEGO Range and Revival Range. How they classified Revival is somewhat odd, since LOCO was released in 1998, and Racers in 1999 but Racers ends up in the Revival Range. But what I really want to point out is the last game in the LEGO Range:
Gladior: Defenders of the Outer Dimension
Well, we know someone who classified that game as LEGO...
It is an original release. As in, no saving glitch, no crazy third-party edits, none like that. The original.
*Abstains from cheerful gloating. *
At last! I now own the Island Trilogy. Now to move further in my quest to own all the pre-2001 LEGO games.
Next target: Rock Raiders, or LEGOLAND.