All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘adventure games’

‘The Walking Dead: Season 2 Episode 2′ Previewed in New Trailer

Just days before last Christmas, in the midst of a crowded and competitive holiday season for video games, Telltale Games released the first episode of The Walking Dead: Season 2. The game had much to live up to given the high praise the first Walking Dead adventure game received, but seems to have won fans over with it continuing dark, …

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Deamfall Kickstarter Updated With New Gameplay Footage

Last week, Red Thread Games Kickstarted the sequel and finale to its The Longest Journey series. The developers promised to create Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey, a new tale featuring protagonist Zoë Castillo. The game will supposedly feature three different playable characters, a 3D point-and-click interface, and an “interactive and living world” that combines bits of cyberpunk and “magical fantasy.” …

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Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey is Being Kickstarted

Continuing the trend of Kickstarter game projects, Red Thread Games today began a Kickstarter project for Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey. The game is a sequel to the adventure games The Longest Journey and Dreamfall: The Longest Journey. The Kickstarter page states that Chapters would conclude the “Dreamer Cycle” story and the journey of protagonist Zoë Castillo. From the campaign …

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Double Fine’s The Cave Launches Next Week

Gamers might have found it a bit harrowing to watch January fly by as the release date for The Cave remained the elusive “January 2013,” but Double Fine and Sega have finally pinned down the launch day. The Cave will be released in one week, on January 22 in the U.S. and January 23 in Europe. The game will cost …

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Syberia III Announced For 2014 or 2015 Release

Telltale Games, the makers of The Walking Dead video game, have been proving for more than a year now that the adventure game genre isn’t totally dead. All it needs is some great writing to capture fans weaned on mindless shooters. Fans of the Syberia series have been waiting since 2008 for the third installment of the series. The supposed …

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How Many Ports Of Myst Do We Really Need?

If you have been a gamer since the early 90s, you are probably aware of Cyan World’s Myst series. I got my start on the sequel, Riven, but I went back to play the original as well. I never actually got into the other games, but they’re decently popular. They’re apparently popular enough to warrant a port for every single …

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