What can I say here that could possibly prove interesting?
My name is Robert Lacey, and I’m a GP/Family Doctor. In my spare time I pretend to make video games, and play games. Lots of games.
People tell me off when I complain about how horrible I find myself. I ignore them.
This reimagined (and retitled) adaptation of its PC predecessor finds some success on DS, but it lacks quite the same sting.
The latest adventure for the wisecracking wizard isn't quite able to clone the charm of the early series games.
Revolution's game adaptation of the animated feature film sought riches on PC, but a few key problems sent it off course.
Replayability and B-movie charm make Heart of China worth checking out, but its problems prevent it from reaching the heights of the classics.
"The Replayable Adventure" is true to its claim, though the pickings prove a little slim along the way.
A new commercial indie seeks adventure under the seas, but does it rise to the occasion or drown itself in problems?
This unique murder mystery fights for acceptance among its more traditional contemporaries.
Robert takes a closer look at the upcoming horror adventure that many are itching to play.
Horror adventure meets anime in this surprising debut title from Studio Trophis.
The ghostly denizens of Mystery Manor make the move from website to adventure game, but do these spectres have enough substance?
Could the next great cartoon adventure come from Poland? Here's a look ahead.
The legendary Yahtzee returns with a follow-up to one of his most popular amateur adventures.
Robert Lacey takes a deeper look at the very popular Underground game community of Reality-On-The-Norm.