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Paradigm, A Return to LucasArts Game Style

Paradigm is an AMAZING point and click graphic adventure game. The art is fantastically designed and not to mention hilarious! There hasn’t been a game like this since the good old days of the LucasArts. 231 more words


Beneath a Steel Sky review

With the movie adaptation of Ghost in the Shell currently at the cinemas, I’ve decided to take a look at the cyberpunk genre and there’s quite a number of games belonging to that genre. 1,109 more words


D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die

I think D4 was worth a day’s laugh, but even paying $10 (specifically for it) in a bundle feels a bit steep now. Though it’s called “Season One”, it’s like a third of the length I’d expect from a modern graphic adventure game, at just two episodes. 628 more words

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Life Is Strange

I think this one was a very beautiful game. The drama and its characters are extremely well executed and acted, and I think what surprised me most was seeing the specifics of the medium used remarkably well at times to convey things beyond what could be done with the traditional storytelling. 1,141 more words

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Life is Strange: Time Travel and Teens

From the moment I saw the artistic style in the previews for Life is Strange, the 2015 hit graphic adventure game from Dontnod Entertainment and Square Enix, I was drawn in to what the game could offer on the basis of design. 1,386 more words


Quest For Glory I/Hero's Quest review

To end our Sierra retrospective, I decided to do something different. Instead of reviewing another typical graphic adventure, I decided to review the first of one of my favorite series: … 1,929 more words


Police Quest I review

Continuing our Sierra retrospective, we’ll now a take a look at the first game of perhaps Sierra’s most realistic series, Police Quest.

Like I mention before, after the successful release of… 1,247 more words