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The final countdown to Perry Rhodan's first PC adventure has begun, and we go behind the scenes with BrainGame and 3d-io to discuss it.
The lost series of AGON is rediscovered at last, but the long wait between episodes has dulled any cutting-edge potential.
As we wait a while longer for her next adventure, we probed the highly acclaimed writer's own gray matter for her thoughts on a long and storied career.
With more and more games defying easy classification, AG clarifies its stance on cross-genre game coverage.
The one-of-a-kind Portal will blow a hole in how you view physics (and maybe adventures), but the discovery is no piece of cake.
An early taste of Frogwares' new vampiric adventure suggests it might just be a game that genre fans can count on.
There's a bit of Still Life in this Art of Murder, and a playable preview version allows us to draw some early conclusions.
After a long struggle, the genre's first MMO passed away quietly, and Adventure Gamers mourns Uru's loss.
Two popular franchises arrive on Nintendo's console, but neither And Then There Were None nor Hard Evidence proves any great shakes.
The countdown to Overclocked is on, and there's reason to be psyched about this ambitious new thriller from House of Tales.
Harvey Birdman blends the popular cartoon license with Ace Attorney-style gameplay, but manages to do full justice to neither.
As the countdown to Overclocked begins in earnest, AG dares to probe the inner psyche of HoT's Creative Director.
Lula 3D tries hard to be hot, but gamers shouldn't be bothered with this lewd adventure that's more erratic than erotic.
With the turn of the calendar, the adventure genre itself should commit to these ten resolutions for improvement.
NOW UPDATED! Ho ho... hold the phone! There's one more gift to open this season, as Adventure Gamers proudly presents an all-new Christmas Quest. Download and enjoy!