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Flashback Friday: Our look back at this 1990's science fiction trilogy continues with the second edition.
One of Hollywood's greatest directors ever would surely be ashamed of the poor adventure that bears his name.
Berian Williams reviews a classic new underground adventure game.
With MISSING now on sale in North America, we revisit our review of this game in its original incarnation.
Flashback Friday: Jack Allin begins his look back at this well-known trilogy with the first installment.
Dave takes a closer look at this new short and sweet Underground adventure.
This title, despite its edu-tainment leanings, turns out to be a high-quality first-person adventure.
Independent developer Michael Clark shows promise, but this game is unfortunately not worth recommending.
Flashback Friday: Our newest writer takes us back to 1999 and this excellent and disturbing adventure.
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.
This 2001 adventure, the first from House of Tales, proved to be more frustration than mystery.
A look at this noir-influenced private eye adventure, which is fully playable in a web browser.