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Leisure Suit Larry Goes Looking for Love (In Several Wrong Places) News

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  • Leisure Suit Larry HD Announced

    You younger gamer-cats will be forgiven for thinking the Leisure Suit Larry series is horrible. The last two games in the franchise were, in a word, excremental. The older games, on the other hand, were not. They were funny point-and-click adventures, so I'm pleased to report that the original Leisure Suit Larry games are getting the HD...

    Posted October 10, 2011

    Leisure Suit Larry HD Announced
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    Posted: February 13, 2009

    49,492 Views | 05:57 | 42 Comments

 


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