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The fine folks at Herculean Effort have taken their acclaimed 2003 game and made an even better sequel.
Eleven games into this best-selling series, Nancy delivers what may be her best game yet.
A new team returns to an old location--with a game that shows potential, but little else.
Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw makes his AG debut with this indictment of this Depressingly Common Adventure Game Design Flaw.
Emily's investigation reveals that Legacy continues to make great strides with the third game in this series.
Don't be so quick to write off Jane Jensen's latest contribution to the gaming world.
An all-star crew of Underground designers comes together to create one of the better amateur adventures of the year.
Although not reviewing LSL:MCL per se, Jack shares his thoughts and how he thinks longtime LSL fans will like it.
The subject of this week's coverage may be the best adventure game of 2004.
Download an exclusive behind-the-scenes movie, and read some developer thoughts!
Flashback Friday: See why this offshoot of the Zork series is a must-play for adventure fans.
This point & click western adventure is a beautiful game--but one with quite a few gameplay flaws.
Looking for a great B-movie adventure? You've found one, with this surprisingly good game.
The long-awaited sequel to this historic series is everything you could hope for--and maybe more.
The next TLJ? Not quite, but this traditional adventure shows promise from a young developer.