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Comment on A Sierra Retrospective: Part 1 - The Pioneers of Adventure article:
chrtravels
May 26, 2017

Great read and memories! Actually I loved Code name: Iceman! Sure there were some issues but really enjoyed it, same with Freddy :-)


Comment on Dark Train: Coupe prepares to embark this summer news:
Paperash Studio Paperash Studio
May 24, 2017

BUMP… Free key from our previous game Dark Train! Smile

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Comment on A Look at Graphics: Framing an interactive painting article:
suzannef
May 20, 2017

Ditto!  I have really been enjoying this series, makes me take a much closer look at the games I play.


Comment on A Look at Graphics: Framing an interactive painting article:
Assaf
May 20, 2017

Love these features.


Comment on Poisoned Pawn makes move to original Tex Murphy adventure news:
jimrh69 jimrh69
May 19, 2017

Epicness IS coming! cant wait !!!!!


Comment on Poisoned Pawn makes move to original Tex Murphy adventure news:
plumgas
May 18, 2017

this will be a game to rule them all, so excited


Comment on Top 100 All-Time Adventure Games article:
SvenSvin
May 9, 2017

hmm no Leisure Suit Larry besides no 7 Frown


Comment on A Sierra Retrospective: Part 1 - The Pioneers of Adventure article:
CaptainD CaptainD
May 8, 2017

Fascinating read, thanks!


Comment on A Sierra Retrospective: Part 1 - The Pioneers of Adventure article:
diego diego
May 7, 2017

Woohoo comments work again!!!

I don’t know much about early Sierra, I was a fan up from GK2 and 1995.


Comment on A Sierra Retrospective: Part 1 - The Pioneers of Adventure article:
Advie Advie
May 6, 2017

great job, thanks for the article.

hope there are more quoted references from ex-Sierra employees next part and anything from Mark Seibert years with Sierra I will be very delighted.


Comment on Top 100 All-Time Adventure Games article:
DanAsJapan
May 6, 2017

I knew I could discard this list as soon as I saw The Dig as lowly as #92, but I had no idea how laughable and downright outrageous it would become (perhaps intentional, to garner more clicks). Many of the games on it aren’t even borderline adventure games (Heavy Rain??), and more than half of the entries are crappy FMV games and next to unplayable Myst clones. How a masterpiece such as Jane Jensen’s Gray Matter couldn’t even make the top 100 is totally beyond me, but perhaps its complex story and themes were beyond the creators of this list… The same could be said about The Dig, whose place on the list seems to be justified by poor sales when it came out. Hey, John Carpenter’s The Thing also flopped upon release but has gained cult status and reaped up heavy praise since then, which can also be said about The Dig. The only positives in my opinion were seeing The Last Express and Broken Sword high on the list.


Comment on A Look at Graphics: Lighting the Way article:
NightShadowPT NightShadowPT
Apr 16, 2017

Very interesting.

I never gave it a moment to think about how light is important in a scene, but this article puts it all very elegantly.

Thank you for shedding some light into this topic (pun intended).


Comment on A Look at Graphics: Lighting the Way article:
bokkie
Apr 14, 2017

Interesting, thanks for the efforts made in creating the articles!


Comment on Tim Schafer – Double Fine article:
Mr Underhill Mr Underhill
Apr 9, 2017

Tim is my hero.


Comment on Full Throttle Remastered pre-launch article:
My Dune My Dune
Mar 24, 2017

EDIT:
Problem is solved within a few hours.
Let’s play!!



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