London was once again a weekend treasure trove of all-things-adventure, offering a sneak preview for 2016.
Sony's gaming convention in San Francisco sparked a firestorm of adventure that we were on hand to witness first- (and fourth-)hand.
The event's second day served up a virtual smorgasbord of adventures to choose from for our friends at Adventure-Treff.
AG wasn't in Cologne this year, but our colleagues at Adventure-Treff were on the scene for the German gaming extravanganza.
They weren't easy to see tucked in amongst the crowds, but we found plenty of adventuring goodness at the London convention.
The minds behind the games take centre stage in the final part of our convention round-up from London.
Set up in brand new digs, the fourth annual genre convention in London had well over a dozen upcoming games to check out first-hand.
The next wave of dreamy new adventures on display this year in Cologne should leave you feeling double happy.
As always, the gamescom in Germany was packed with adventures, and we were on hand to wander through them all.
Quietly tucked in amidst the glitz and glamour were a host of promising adventures that we witnessed first-hand.
AdventureX isn't all talk and no action, as there were over a dozen promising new adventures on display.
London once again marked the spot for the two-part adventure expo, and we were on hand for a variety of developer talks and panels.
The highlight-filled third and final visit to gamescom wasn't a day at the beach... but it ended at one in a grand farewell party!
The show's second day was as busy as the first, discussing games like Syberia 3, Agatha Christie, Goodbye Deponia, and Murdered: Soul Suspect.
The German convention kicked off in fine fashion, highlighted by names like Al Lowe, Charles Cecil, the German All Stars, and more.