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Space Quest 6: The Spinal Frontier (1995)

Roger Wilco, the brave interstellar janitor who has already saved the universe from many great dangers, is now in a very embarrassing position. His commanders show no respect for his ... See full summary »
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William Hall ...
Roger Wilco (voice)
Carol Bach y Rita ...
Stellar Santiago / Sysinny (voice)
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Sharpei / Waitron (voice)
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Doctor Beleauxs / Hotel Manager / Intro voice over (voice)
Denny Delk ...
Commander Kielbasa / Jebba the Hop (voice)
Joe Paulino ...
Djurkwhad / Manuel Auxveride / Director (voice)
Doug Boyd ...
Dorff / Elmo Pug / Circuit Sydney (voice)
Tom Chantler ...
Endodroid / Signet Flembukit / Nigel Rancid (voice)
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Blaine Rohmer / Fester Blatz (voice)
Charles Martinet ...
Pa Conshohocken / Ray Trace / PiTooie (voice)
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Roger Wilco, the brave interstellar janitor who has already saved the universe from many great dangers, is now in a very embarrassing position. His commanders show no respect for his courageous actions. Instead, he is being accused of all kinds of violations against the galactic law, is deprived of all the honors he got, and as a token of mercy, is allowed to return to his old job - cleaning closets... But those unfortunate events are just the beginning of much bigger troubles Roger will get into. Once again, the future of galaxy depends on him! Space Quest 6 revolves around a plot from Sharpei, an elderly widow of a StarCon Admiral to live on forever. Her plot involved the stealing of a younger body and placing her consciousness into it. Roger Wilco is dragged into this plot against his will as the body to be used, but he is rescued at the last second by his friend and former love interest Stellar Santiago. In rescuing Roger, Stellar is presumably killed in an explosion, but in ... Written by doctoracula-32567

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In space, no one can hear you clean.


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Sharpei, the name of the evil wrinkled crone, is a pun on "Shar Pei", a breed of dog who are famous for their deep wrinkles. See more »

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Before playing the arcade game "Stooge Fighter 3", Djurkwhad challenges Roger: "If you win, I'll give you 300 buckazoids. However, if I win, you're mine to do as I see fit". Roger may lose the game repeatedly while he does not have yet the cheat code, but Djurkwhad will let him walk away. See more »

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Roger Wilco: So this is Stooge Fighter 3. Doesn't look so tough to me.
Djurkwhad: Say Pardner care to indulge in a friendly game? By the way the name's Djurkwhad, what's your momma call you?
Roger Wilco: A mistake, but my friends call me Roger, Roger Wilco.
Djurkwhad: Well it's darn fine to meet you Roger. So, what do ya say to a friendly little round of Stooge Fighter 3?
Roger Wilco: [If you choose Let's Rumble] Gosh Mr. Djurkwhad that ah, that sounds neat.
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Last gasp of the "quest" games
26 April 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Out of all the Space Quest games, this one probably isn't my favorite, but it's not bad.

Sierra's quest game graphics and interface evolved predictably during their run of popularity between roughly 86 and 93, but this one was a complete departure from the others. Difficult to get used to, but still contained the same spirit.

Unfortunately, as PCs were becoming as prevalent in homes as 'platform' video games, niche and quest games were in decline as a winning proposition. Replayability is limited to going back and finding all the different parts of the puzzle you missed and all the different ways you could die. Can't really hold a candle to the sports and fighting games with largely unlimited replay value.

Fond memories of playing the series, but quest games just never do very well, despite being engaging and fun.


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