Glass Rose, an adventure game created by Capcom, has been announced to appear in European territories sometime early 2004. The game will be released for Playstation 2, Gamecube and PC.
Revistronic has let us know that a new trailer from their upcoming Fenimore Fillmore: The Westerner has been released, and is available for download from Gamer's Hell. The game is scheduled for European release in February 2004.
New screens for the upcoming titles Crystal Key 2 and Jack The Ripper can be viewed at Gamer's Hell.
Gamer's Hell has just reviewed Midnight Nowhere, criticizing its puzzle design and pixel hunting, but praising its unusual theme and atmosphere, and giving it a final score of 7.6. Read the full review here.
Both GameSpot and IGN have posted their reviews of Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon. Here's a clip from GameSpot's review:
Someone over at the Something Awful forums claims to have been a witness of the first voice recording session for Sam & Max: Freelance Police. Some skepticism is in order, as per usual with this sort of news, though the report of the recording session is convincing. Here's the snippet revealing some minor details about the game:
Microïds today published a batch of new screenshots from their upcoming Syberia II. You can find them in our screenshots gallery.
Got Game Entertainment today announced that four of its adventure games, Conspiracies, RHEM, The Watchmaker and Tony Tough and the Night of Roasted Moths are now available as a package deal for only $69.99. Each of the games comes in its own box, so you can give all four games to one special adventure game lover, or for one low price, you have four holiday gifts.
The Adventure Company announced today that Mysterious Journey II has shipped to North American stores. The game is the sequel to 2001's Schizm.
To celebrate the release of their latest adventure game, The Adventure Company has released a batch of new screenshots from Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon. Check them out at Gamer's Hell.
The Adventure Company has just announced that if you pre-order the upcoming Mysterious Journey II: Chameleon, you'll receive 1/2 off the price of its prequel, Mysterious Journey: Schizm, or any other game in their listings.
Gamer's Hell has reviewed The Black Mirror, calling it " decent adventure game for those that enjoy pecking the corners of the earth for clues, and being led down a linear plotline to a climactic end."
The Adventure Company has released a playable demo of Traitor's Gate II: Cypher. The game is the sequel to the bestselling Traitor's Gate, which sold over 240,000 copies, and The Adventure Company promises "challenging tactile, logic and environmental puzzles during 30-50 hours of gameplay".