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The original Space Quest may not sweep you off your feet, but proves a worthy launch point for a classic series.
The new adventure from Future Games looks ahead to what lies beyond, but most of the time is spent in lifeless backtracking.
A noir-inspired FMV Underground adventure? The odds are against it, but it all adds up to a promising new adventure.
The story-driven futuristic thriller has many fine innate qualities, though it proves ambitious to a fault.
The latest Lovecraft-inspired adventure plunges into the psychological depths of horror, but begins to lose its way in the dark.
The third Agatha Christie adventure proves to be a walk on the beach, but it's burned somewhat by an array of problems.
A questionable DS sequel shows a slick stylistic touch, but will probably leave players feeling a little flat.
The popular teen detective tackles her smallest case yet on the Nintendo DS, but it's more mini-game mastery than mystery.
The third Quest for Glory steals its way into Africa, but the landscape seems somewhat deserted.
The latest historical adventure from Kheops shows signs of being stellar, but falls a little short of a crowning achievement.
A medieval "whosoever-doneth-it" provides the backdrop for Crystal Shard's impressive fantasy adventure.
'Tis the season for more Sam & Max, as the Freelance Police are back to usher in the holidays with another fine adventure.
Several key improvements lift Nancy's latest mystery head and shoulders above its recent predecessors.
The latest murder mystery in Sweden delivers postcards with an edge, but the presentation feels a bit watered down.
The third and final Phoenix Wright adventure stands accused of being the best Ace Attorney game to date.