Backbone is an excellent adventure game, with a highly memorable setting and superb writing.
Destination Primus Vita was touted as one big project made by ex Ubisoft developers, an FPS adventure series with an ambitious script. It revolves around saving humanity and restoring Earth’s most precious element that was stolen by an invading alien race. After having played its premiere episode, titled after the protagonist Austin, one of the […]
Stories are powerful things. We’re moved by them, draw strength from them. They help us understand the world and ourselves, allow us a chance to escape briefly and imagine a more idyllic world or inspire us to take action. Whether fact or fiction, they’re power is undeniable. The ways we connect with and cherish the […]
Games have tried to play with fourth wall breaking ever since their inception, and for better or for worse, designers have continuously attempted to inject interactivity between characters and players with varies degrees of success over the years. While it would be a disservice to creators Ron Gilbert and Gary Winick to say that their […]
Day of the Tentacle is perhaps the greatest adventure game of all time. It’s been well over twenty years since it made its debut on PC, and since then, the genre has seen its ups and downs, with newer and more modern titles making use of the fundamentals set by golden age Lucasarts and Sierra […]
I could cite countless reasons why I adore Read Only Memories, but the one that sticks out most is that it’s the first adventure games I’ve enjoyed every second of in a long time. That’s in large part because it eschews a lot of the frustrating design elements of its contemporaries, but also because it’s […]