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This may rank as our most pleasant surprise of this year's E3. Exclusive screenshots inside!
Traditional adventure meets dark future world in this very exciting game from House of Tales.
A cartoon adventure set in the old west? If that sounds cheesy, wait until you see this beautiful game in action.
Even those not naturally warm to Myst-type games may have a reason to get excited about this gorgeous game.
Jane Jensen, one of adventure gaming's most storied designers, is turning her attention to the casual gaming market.
Microids combines the interface of Syberia with the dark subject matter of Post Mortem in this promising game.
Read more about the game that aims to revolutionize the art of storytelling in games.
The most exciting adventure of E3 2004 appears ready to be the next big thing for the genre.
Final thoughts on gaming's most exhausting and inspiring three days.
Our senses are overloaded. Assess the damage with our day two impressions.
Day one of E3 2004 has come and gone. Here's our impressions, direct from the show floor.
The sequel to Adventure Company's best-selling game ever is an improvement--but not a dazzling one.
Flashback Friday: One of Sierra's most overlooked Golden Age adventures is a rip-roarin' good time, y'all!
A surreal combination of history and art make this possibly the best Egypt-themed adventure yet.
The sequel brings more of the same, for better or worse, with some slight improvements.