If you are of a certain generation point and click adventures are likely to evoke a very special kind of nostalgia.
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The past is a great place full of happy moments and enough nostalgia to drown a skip full of Teddy Ruxpins.
For years now many gamers have been crying out for an open-world space game to rival the likes of Elite and Freelancer.
From the opening moments, as the Orient Express crests the mountainous peaks of the Swiss Alps, to the soaring thunder of a string orchestra, it’s clear that this isn’t your run of the mill video game.
It’s rare that you can find a game that has no apparent plotline, clear mission goals, health meters or measure of progress.
Adventure stories have long fuelled our collective imagination. For many years these tales of champions and their countless heroic exploits has been part of the popular zeitgeist. These yarns first appeared in literature decades ago, with novels such as King … Continue reading
Deadpool is Marvel’s crazy, chimichanga loving, fourth-wall breaking, “merc with a mouth”. Since the mentally unstable mercenary first appeared in 1991, he has gained a cult following in the comic book community, but can High Moon Studios capture the unique … Continue reading
Since the dawn of games on computers, we have dreamed of the stars, and since the birth of video games, there have been adventures set in space. It’s no great surprise that then in the higher parts of our Top … Continue reading
It’s been a long road. It feels almost years have passed since we first met Lee Everett in the back seat of that cop car, powering out of Atlanta towards a future in a prison cell that turned out to … Continue reading
DeadEnd Cerebral Vortex is a first-person labyrinth exploration game by Membranos that tasks the player with venturing into the illusory world of their subconscious mind in order to recover fragments of their soul. The player wanders through twenty levels, picking … Continue reading