Welcome to Adventure Gamers. Please Sign In or Join Now to post.

You are here: HomeForum Home → Gaming → Adventure → Thread

   

What game are you playing right now?

Avatar

Total Posts: 3751

Joined 2011-04-01

PM

A sister thread to chrissie’s “What game have you just finished?” thread.

Screenshots and discussion are most welcome.

     
Avatar

Total Posts: 3751

Joined 2011-04-01

PM

I just began The Sexy Brutale. Apart from the dubious name, it’s the kind of game I thought I wouldn’t like very much (the time-travelling concept and keeping track of NPCs sounded unwieldy) but I bought it on the back of good reviews. It’s been quite entertaining, I have to say. Probably reminds me of Colonel’s Bequest the most, with supernatural elements. The murders are broken up into little bits so you don’t need to do everything at once, and spying on people and discovering new conversations and tidbits can be fun.

     
Avatar

Total Posts: 5623

Joined 2007-07-22

PM

Oscar - 17 April 2017 03:36 AM

I just began The Sexy Brutale.

I guess the puzzles are… brutal??! Grin


I’m playing Broken Sword 4 currently. Been playing it years ago (started it more than once), and I’m always stuck (lose interest, actually) whenever I get to the factory. But I will finish it this time, the only thing stopping me right now is that I have to replay a good portion in the factory due to game glitch. And the fact that you can’t skip the dialogue doesn’t help.

I actually like the game, I think it is slightly (just slightly) underrated, but it’s far, far from perfect. Some of the classic narrative charm of the original is gone, and puzzles are not that imaginative, but the game does not lack in pace and mystery. I can see it at the same position as Monkey Island 4 - it’s the worst in the series, but still an above average game.

     

Recently finished: Four Last Things 4/5, Edna & Harvey: The Breakout 5/5, Chains of Satinav 3,95/5, A Vampyre Story 88, Sam Peters 3/5, Broken Sword 1 4,5/5, Broken Sword 2 4,3/5, Broken Sword 3 85, Broken Sword 5 81, Gray Matter 4/5\nCurrently playing: Broken Sword 4, Keepsake (Let\‘s Play), Callahan\‘s Crosstime Saloon (post-Community Playthrough)\nLooking forward to: A Playwright’s Tale

Avatar

Total Posts: 4800

Joined 2013-08-26

PM

Oscar - 17 April 2017 03:36 AM

I just began The Sexy Brutale. Apart from the dubious name, it’s the kind of game I thought I wouldn’t like very much (the time-travelling concept and keeping track of NPCs sounded unwieldy) but I bought it on the back of good reviews. It’s been quite entertaining, I have to say. Probably reminds me of Colonel’s Bequest the most, with supernatural elements. The murders are broken up into little bits so you don’t need to do everything at once, and spying on people and discovering new conversations and tidbits can be fun.

Sounds interesting. Raving reviews. One question if you’re playing it on PC with mouse and keyboard: is the interface “clunky” or awkward, as one review said?

     

Oh, don’t look at me like that. I’m not a real adventurer, I just played one on TV. I couldn’t find my way out of a maze if you paid me. - Antheria Jack in Zork Grand Inquisitor.

Total Posts: 155

Joined 2014-01-27

PM

Currently I just started replaying Moebius: Empire Rising. It’s actually quite better than I remember it.

     
Avatar

Total Posts: 2335

Joined 2004-01-18

PM

Currently on Part 3 of Thimbleweed Park. Loving it so far.

     

An adventure game is nothing more than a good story set with engaging puzzles that fit seamlessly in with the story and the characters, and looks and sounds beautiful.
Roberta Williams

Total Posts: 2397

Joined 2005-08-12

PM

For some reason, I decided to start replaying King’s Quest IV. It’s mostly awful—and I haven’t even reached the part with the cave and the troll yet.

     
Avatar

Total Posts: 3751

Joined 2011-04-01

PM

Karlok - 17 April 2017 08:59 AM
Oscar - 17 April 2017 03:36 AM

I just began The Sexy Brutale. Apart from the dubious name, it’s the kind of game I thought I wouldn’t like very much (the time-travelling concept and keeping track of NPCs sounded unwieldy) but I bought it on the back of good reviews. It’s been quite entertaining, I have to say. Probably reminds me of Colonel’s Bequest the most, with supernatural elements. The murders are broken up into little bits so you don’t need to do everything at once, and spying on people and discovering new conversations and tidbits can be fun.

Sounds interesting. Raving reviews. One question if you’re playing it on PC with mouse and keyboard: is the interface “clunky” or awkward, as one review said?

Not really. Click and hold RMB to walk, LMB to look/open doors and the Z key to use an inventory item. Holding spacebar lets you listen to sounds around you. Takes a few minutes to get used to, but it’s fine.

     
Avatar

Total Posts: 8463

Joined 2004-01-05

PM

Mostly playing Persona 5
Playing The Adventures of Willy Beamish in short sessions in-between since I’m not finding it very interesting
Also stuck in Thimbleweed Park (have to take blood from the corpse for the machines, I think)

     
Avatar

Total Posts: 3738

Joined 2012-03-24

PM

In between replaying Fran Bow I’ve been playing Night of the Rabbit.  Smile

     
Avatar

Total Posts: 6664

Joined 2005-09-29

PM

wilco - 17 April 2017 10:39 AM

Mostly playing Persona 5

This
Backlogged Tpark
While only AG i have to finish as soon it releases soon

Syberia3

     

Most Anticipated Tier1: MiyazakinextARPG,ReFantasy,DeathStranding,Cyberpunk,RDR2
Tier2: Shenmue3,FF7R,Sotc Remake, Ghost of Tsushima
Tier3: NoMoreHeroesTSA,Borderlands3,Darksiders3,BioMutant
Tier4: Metro:Exodus,RUNE

Avatar

Total Posts: 3751

Joined 2011-04-01

PM

wilco - 17 April 2017 10:39 AM

Playing The Adventures of Willy Beamish in short sessions in-between since I’m not finding it very interesting
Also stuck in Thimbleweed Park (have to take blood from the corpse for the machines, I think)

Stop playing MmucasFlem games and get back to Willy Beamish! Tongue

Okay, I admit I’ve jumped on the Thimbleweed Park train now. Didn’t want to be the only one on the site who wasn’t playing it.

     

Total Posts: 115

Joined 2007-03-25

PM

diego - 17 April 2017 07:45 AM

I actually like the game, I think it is slightly (just slightly) underrated, but it’s far, far from perfect. Some of the classic narrative charm of the original is gone, and puzzles are not that imaginative, but the game does not lack in pace and mystery. I can see it at the same position as Monkey Island 4 - it’s the worst in the series, but still an above average game.

I’ve played through it five or six times and feel the same. Had it been the only in the series, I’d have still enjoyed it. Even the soundtrack is still beautiful, and you get to see some memorable characters in it. And it has what I think is the funniest George sequence in the series—toward the late middle when George inspects the wafer factory. Glad to see I’m not the only one who still enjoys it!

wilco - 17 April 2017 10:39 AM

Mostly playing Persona 5
Playing The Adventures of Willy Beamish in short sessions in-between since I’m not finding it very interesting

Incredible! I was thinking when I was about five hours into Persona of playing Willy alongside it. I see some thematic similarities between the two, especially earlier on. Such a huge gap between the two time- and genre-wise, so I wondered if anyone else would do the same.

     
Avatar

Total Posts: 337

Joined 2003-09-12

PM

Oscar - 17 April 2017 03:36 AM

I just began The Sexy Brutale.

Just finished it. This game was amazing. It even earns a spot at my list of all-time favourites.

Highly recommended to those who haven’t played it yet.  Thumbs Up  Thumbs Up

     
Avatar

Total Posts: 3751

Joined 2011-04-01

PM

Henke - 19 April 2017 07:28 PM
Oscar - 17 April 2017 03:36 AM

I just began The Sexy Brutale.

Just finished it. This game was amazing. It even earns a spot at my list of all-time favourites.

Highly recommended to those who haven’t played it yet.  Thumbs Up  Thumbs Up

It’s absolutely great, isn’t it? It has far surpassed my expectations.  Smile

     
Avatar

Total Posts: 6472

Joined 2012-01-02

PM

Playing Firewatch, very cool and soothing.. does the choices made at the beginning makes any difference, whether this or that?

     
Welcome to the AG forums! View the archived forums here »