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'Tis the season for more Sam & Max, as the Freelance Police are back to usher in the holidays with another fine adventure.
KQV's technical achievements speak for themselves, but the gameplay will leave many not giving a hoot.
Austin is thrown to the wolves (or mutant dogs, at least) for his AG debut in this genre-blending horror adventure.
Arrr! The latest adventure from Kheops proves to be a treasure, but you may have to hunt to find it.
One of the least-heralded Lucasfilm oldies is still a classic worth wrapping your brain around.
SCUMM rises to the top in this point-and-click pioneer from the early days of Lucasfilm Games.
No relation to the other Da Vinci game, this historical adventure proves worthy of the famous name it bears.
Collecting games was never this easy, as the first three episodes of AGON arrive on CD.
A different sort of balance is at stake in the long-awaited sequel by Funcom.
Flashback Friday returns with the cult classic that begs the question: is it too good to be true?
The sequel takes its many puzzles underground, but manages to bury much of its appeal in the process.
The shareware sequel is short, sweet, smells like mushrooms, and well worth the small purchase price.
The third King's Quest is no slave to its roots, but still conjures up a winning formula.
Emily resumes her Reviewer's Quest through Sierra's acclaimed series.
> You are sitting in front of Rob's review of Malinche Entertainment's latest commercial IF game.