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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Before we get to Telltale Games’ latest foray into episodic point and click gaming with The Wolf Among Us, let’s get all literary up in here with a look at “fractured fairytales”. Fractured fairy tales are a rather special genre … Continue reading
The past is a great place full of happy moments and enough nostalgia to drown a skip full of Teddy Ruxpins.
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.
A problem with The Sea Will Claim Everything was it was slow to get moving and even slower to progress. That’s a problem fellow point-and-click E.P.I.C. Wishmaster Adventures definitely does not suffer from. Within three minutes, the main character Susan’s … Continue reading
“What the hell is this?” That’s all I had written after two weeks with Dark Scavenger: a single exasperated sentence, a handful of unhelpful screenshots and an intimidating blank text document filling the screen. I feel like I am scavenging … Continue reading
Terrible pun titles aside, this is a game that actually looks like it will be worth playing. It feels like there are a never ending supply of games appearing on Kickstarter, ravenously begging for your cash and promising the earth. … Continue reading
So, top ten video games that have a octopus in them: Parodius. Metal Gear Solid 4? Bit of a stretch that one. Alright, so there haven’t been that many good video games with an octopus in them to fill out … Continue reading
Did you hear that? There was a noise last week, a strange noise that isn’t heard that often and when it does it strikes fear into the hearts of executives in boardrooms all over the world. It’s the shifting of … Continue reading
Point and click titles are an exceedingly simple concept possibly only rivalled in terms of antiquity by text-based adventures of old. You click, the character reacts to whatever you’d poised your cursor over and voila; be it entering an old … Continue reading