Gamer's Hell has posted some new screenshots from Revolution's upcoming Broken Sword 3: The Sleeping Dragon. The pics are from the Xbox version of the game.
Legacy Interactive announced today the release of the demo version of their upcoming Law & Order II: Double or Nothing. The demo gives players a first taste of the new game, including exploration of the investigation and trial proceedings.
Hal Barwood, a veteran designer/producer of PC games is leaving LucasArts, where he has worked since 1990. He's worked on many LEC games, most recently RTX Red Rock. His most notable credit is as producer and project lead on the classic adventure Indiana Jones & the Fate of Atlantis, and before his work with LucasArts he worked on many prominent Hollywood projects, including Close Encounters with the Third Kind. No word yet on where Barwood is heading next. For more information on his career, be sure to read our interview with Hal.
Adventure-treff has got the first glimpse of artwork from the sequel to Runaway. For the German-speaking audience, check out this message from Pendulo Studios to the German fans. All the others could just go directly for the beautiful artwork.
ELiteD.net has just posted an article based on an interview with Philippe Gaudé, who is involved with the upcoming adventure title Jack The Ripper. The article focuses on the source material for the game, and includes a few screenshots.
Gamer's Hell has updated their Mysterious Journey: Chameleon screenshots gallery with 95 new screenshots. Mysterious Journey is the sequel to Schizm, and will be published by The Adventure Company in November 2003.
NDL, a developer of 3D graphics technology for the computer and video game industry, announced today that its Gamebryo technology is being used in The Adventure Company's upcoming Traitor's Gate II: Cypher.
The Adventure Company has sent us brand new screenshots of their upcoming games. Check it out:
Gamer's Pulse has previewed Law & Order II: Double or Nothing, the crime investigation adventure due for release later this month.
The Polish development studio Rebelmind launched today the website for their upcoming adventure game for kids, titled Great Journey. The game is described as targeted for young players (boys as well as girls - you can choose your character). The game follows the adventures of a 10-year-old traveler on his mission to save Antarctica, the home of his dear friends.
Game Chronicles has reviewed Dark Fall, the newly re-released Adventure Company game, calling it "gripping and well-crafted". Check out the full review here.
Legacy Interactive has announced that Law & Order II: Double or Nothing has gone gold, and is scheduled for release in late September.
GameSpy has reviewed Runaway: A Road Adventure, giving it a final score of 70 percent. Calling it "a decent little adventure game", the author liked the overall story, but felt there was far too much pixel-hunting.
Following the rather positive review of Dark Fall over at Gamer's Pulse, comes a bit more negative reaction from PC Gameworld. The reviewer also shares his opinion on adventure games in general.
Adventure-Archive has interviewed Riccardo Cangini of Artematica about their upcoming adventure Martin Mystére. The game will be released for the Xbox in April 2004, while the release date for the PC is still unknown. A trailer is downloadable from Artemica's website.