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Innovatively charming fable, or gimmicky disappointment? Here's Tamara Schembri's answer.
Tom King takes a look back at this overlooked Blade Runner-esque third-person adventure.
Is Syberia an adventure for the books? Find out...
At last, our review of The Watchmaker. Read our unbridled verdict.
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Tex Murphy steps out of the third-person view of Martian Memorandum into first-person FMV in this landmark private eye adventure.
With its Native American mythology, the sequel to Shivers takes the story in a new direction--but does it out-scare the original?
Sierra\'s answer to Myst was this spooky first-person adventure that, faults aside, is actually an enjoyable ride.
The humor of Douglas Adams is translated into a very odd and unique first-person adventure that succeeds on the visual front, but fails to be fun and playable.
When first released this game was touted as the future of gaming because of the use of its Video Reality engine. Now three years later its developer has exited the game market.
Only for masochists, world-beaters and other people who believe they need a cape.
Is the third Monkey Island game a worthy predecessor of the eagerly-awaited Escape from Monkey Island?
Grim Fandango won almost every award given out the year it was released. Fans swoon over it and reviewers fall all over it with praise. Is it deserved it? Damn right it is.