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The spirit of LucasArts lives on with 3 Minutes to Midnight

The point-and-click adventure genre has slowly been coming back into prominence over the last console generation. Starting with revivals of old LucasArts games from Telltale, the legendary Secret of Monkey Island got an HD port in 2009 and ...

 
 
 
 
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Contest: Win Skyhill for Nintendo Switch

Get ready for some survival horror in today's contest for Skyhill for Nintendo Switch! I remember going into a hotel late at night, after a night of partying. It was so haunted. I asked the desk person if the joint was haunted. He did his b...

 
 
 
 
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What games do you play when you're sick?

We’re in full-on germ season right now, with temperatures dropping below zero. All the tea and soup in the world can’t stop the IT guy at work from coughing all over your keyboard, so one bout of illness is almost inevitabl...

 
 
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Contest: Win a Steam key for Bad Dream: Fever

Don't sleep on this contest: Win a Steam copy of Bad Dream: Fever. I know Halloween has already came and gone, but that doesn't mean we can't offer up creepy, unsettling, and flat-out weird games whenever the hell we feel like it. I, for on...

 
 
 
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Review: Leisure Suit Larry - Wet Dreams Don't Dry

If you’ve ever played a point-and-click adventure game and thought to yourself, “This is pretty good, but it could do with a few more penis jokes”, you’re in luck. Germany-based dev team Crazy Bunch have taken on the...

 
 
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Review: Lamplight City

Point-and-click adventure games had a bit of a renaissance in the last decade, but have become harder to find ever since Telltale discovered a different formula with The Walking Dead in 2012. Luckily, indie developers are there to fill...

 
 
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Review: The Low Road

I don't know when I became the staff's indie adventure game guy, but however it happened I'm glad it did. I've got to experience some really charming and unique titles that'll stick in my memory for years to come; I've gotten to experience ...

 
 
 
 
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Review: Wailing Heights

Growing up, I didn't really play a whole lot of adventure or point and click games. For starters, I didn't have a PC and there wasn't a ton really available for consoles. And compared to stuff like Sonic the Hedgehog or NBA Jam, adventure g...

 
 




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Got all my characters back in DQ11, and the game really doesnt hold much back, now does it? Still much to go, it

 
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Okami is going to be back, apparently! Nothing specific, but I guess theyre going to be working on it

 
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So, uh, Okami 2 may have just been sort of And Im about to Please be

 
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I wonder where my Dino Crisis Remake is

 
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When asked what will you play for Halloween?, everyone says something like Hauntdeath 4: The Bloodening or Meanwhile, Im gonna be over here grabbing Master Emerald shards at Pumpkin

 
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Star Citizen looks like the answer to the question what if we actually had a generational leap and didnt just get slightly prettier PS3 games this generation?

 
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