Wallace & Gromit may come from Britain, but the pair have found a home in US stores first, as Telltale announced today that a self-published retail collection of Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures is now available in select American stores.
The sins of the fathers are indeed passed down to the children, at least where Gabriel Knight is concerned, as Jane Jensen's beloved classic has been re-released today on GOG.com, seventeen years after its initial release.
The first trailer for the upcoming Alter Ego has been released today, offering the first live glimpse of the new game from the creators of The Black Mirror.
Revolution's Broken Sword: The Director's Cut has just become a globe-trotting adventure in more ways than one, as the updated classic has now launched for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Now 80 years old but still not looking a day over 17, Nancy Drew is as active as ever these days. Next month her schedule gets even busier, as she's set to star in a new DS adventure called Nancy Drew: The Model Mysteries.
Shortly after its release on the Nintendo Wii, Konami today announced that Silent Hill: Shattered Memories has now shipped for the PlayStation 2 and PSP.
In the beginning, there was Adam's Venture: The Search for the Lost Garden. There's no day of rest for Vertigo Games, however, as the developer is back at work on the second episode, Solomon's Secret, to be published by Iceberg Interactive this fall.
The unique Enter the Story adventures from Chris Tolworthy have taken players from the streets of 19th century Paris to the depths of Hell and the heights of Heaven, but today's release of Genesis of the Gods goes back to the first moments of creation.
Another day, another adventure joins the already-impressive and rapidly-expanding Odyssia publishing lineup. This time it's the dark mystery Wittard: Nemesis of Ragnarok, due for release this fall.
Britain's most brilliant detective and most notorious killer will soon be making their way back to North America on the Xbox 360, as The Adventure Company will be publishing the console port of Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack the Ripper this March.
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The iPhone and iPod Touch continue to be a fine way to relive the classics, and soon Revolution's Broken Sword: The Director's Cut can be added to that list.
Phoenix Wright has risen from the ashes today, though not with an entirely new game. Instead, the Wii port of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney has been released by Capcom on WiiWare.
The casualized adventure trend continues today with the release of 3 Cards to Dead Time by Big Finish Games.