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Former LucasArts designers making King's Quest? Hector flashing his... badge on PC? We nabbed Telltale to help make sense of it all.
This madcap tragicomedy suffers from a bit of excess padding, but it's a surprisingly moving story that you'd be nuts to pass up.
Telltale's upcoming dino series is charging hard towards release, and we were able to catch a sneak peek of its progress (from a safe distance, of course).
From Broken Sword to Riven and back to where it all began, there's plenty of adventure in our latest iOS round-up.
Jane Jensen's adventure is finally a reality, and though it's too flawed to be an instant classic, its excellent story offers plenty to think about.
Calling all Apple owners: our newest article series will dial you into all-things-adventure on the iPhone and iPod Touch.
What could have been a slick, art-themed political thriller is robbed of any enjoyment by its many design and technical problems.
The creators of Another Code and Hotel Dusk return with a new crime drama that should catch your eye one more (and possibly final) time.
Daedalic's fantasy adventure is getting closer by the day, and was spotted on display at the recent GDC.
We collared Brawsome at the recent GDC for an early look at the indie developer's upcoming comic canine adventure.
The Freelance Police are about to kick off an all-new season, and our first look may just blow your mind (with a little help from Max).
The second adventure for Sylvie Leroux branches out to more exotic locations, but its promising mystery never really takes root.
More math than mystery spells problems for this abbreviated Agatha Christie DS adaptation.
The final installment of the popular series gets off to a quick start, held back only a little in the end by some lingering design issues.
This unique DS puzzler shoots for the stars with its emergent gameplay, though it's not always as fun as you'd imagine.