My name is Dante Kleinberg. I’m born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. I’ve been playing video games since I was two-years-old, and enjoy them now more than ever. I’d wager I’ve played over 100 adventure games.
My favorite adventure games are the Monkey Island series, the Quest for Glory series, King’s Quest 6, Gabriel Knight 2, the Indiana Jones series, Beavis & Butt-head in Virtual Stupidity, and Professor Layton and the Curious Village.
I’ve also written a novel called Reinventing Alvin. For more about the novel go to DanteKleinberg.com
The disappointing final installment is full of frustrating design elements that make it awfully hard to digest.
A stronger story emphasis is a commanding success, as the fifth adventure boldly goes where no Space Quest has gone before.
Making a two-in-one return in both classic and enhanced versions, Monkey Island 2 gives plenty of reason to let out a big whoop.
Deck13 unfurled its new mystery adventure at E3, though its English release may be well off on the horizon.
E3 descended on southern California this week, and AG was there to make a three-day adventure of it.
This screwy adventure series gets seriously lost in its bewildering second episode for iPhone and iPod Touch.
Autumn Moon's supernatural swashbuckler is an entertaining romp if you can see your way through a few weaker elements.
The future meets the past in Roger's once-modern fourth adventure, though its unrelenting difficulty continually holds it back.
Though wandering adrift through much of the game, the third voyage with Roger still leaves players feeling jolly.
There's no secret about it: the brilliant LucasArts piratey classic is improved further still in this enhanced two-versions-in-one release.
The series finale wanders a bit off course at times, but the added complexity suits it to a tee.
Things are looking up for the spectral adventure from Deck13 that shows plenty of reason to party.
The alternate "what if" version of Sunny Blonde's adventure looks to have a bright future on Wii and DS, and definitely a game to keep One-Eye on.
Arrr! There be plenty o' life left in the piratey adventure, even if the stars are all dead in Autumn Moon's fine looker.
The third episode has its predecessors licked with a funnier, more cohesive storyline and clever puzzle design.