Emily is a freelance writer and adventure game enthusiast who lives in Northern California. Writing samples, deep thoughts, and a disturbingly large volume of dollhouse pictures can be found on her website. Follow her on Twitter @fovlet.
With two key projects in the works, Revolution's Charles Cecil squeezes in a few moments to share his thoughts with AG.
Remember Al Emmo? The Sierra-styled comic adventure is right on track and steaming towards release.
CSI returns to Vegas with more depth than ever before, in more ways than one.
Adventures flow from GameTap, and Emily wades in for a closer look.
The sequel takes its many puzzles underground, but manages to bury much of its appeal in the process.
The third King's Quest is no slave to its roots, but still conjures up a winning formula.
Emily picks the Bone clean with Telltale, discussing cows, murder, and rabbity-things.
A promising new 3D adventure bursts onto the scene, and Emily catches a first glimpse.
Emily resumes her Reviewer's Quest through Sierra's acclaimed series.
Emily finds that adventure isn't dead; it's just relocated to the moon.
Emily sets out on the original King's Quest, with stops at each of its incarnations.
Join Adventure Gamers on a road trip Out from Boneville to the office of Telltale Games.
Life imitates (cave) art in the newest game from Kheops, set in the Paleolithic era.
Kheops takes us on a journey to the center of the moon in its latest title inspired by Jules Verne.
Same name, different series, and a whole new approach, as the Law & Order franchise branches out on PC.