Tagged:  adventure

By Mike Deas, March 28, 2012 1 VG Review

Remember Stephanie Ryan? She was that hot girl from your high school graduating class that every guy wanted. Stephanie had the perfect figure, a beautiful face, got straight A’s, competed in varsity everything and even volunteered on the weekends. But,… Read More »

By Anthony LaBella, March 27, 2012 0 GN

Good Old Games (GOG) is known for its DRM-free distribution of PC classics, but now the site is looking to expand. According to a company press release, new indie titles will be added to its catalog in an effort to… Read More »

By Anthony LaBella, March 27, 2012 1 Features, Interviews

Kickstarter, the successful online funding program for small creative businesses and individuals, dropped onto a few videogame headlines last month after the surprisingly unsurprising success of Double Fine’s adventure project, which ultimately raised over $3 million. Despite the recent surge in… Read More »

By Anthony LaBella, March 21, 2012 0 GN

Earlier this month Warren Spector teased the announcement of an “epic” new project. Unsurprisingly, that project is Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two. In an interview with the Associated Press, Spector discussed the game’s first details. There will… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, March 6, 2012 0 VG Review

A strictly ludic examination of a video game that emphasizes narrative as its predominant driving component tends to be dismissive of the game’s relevance to what many believe are the inherent tenets of play. Adventure games may run the greatest… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, February 19, 2012 0 Previews

Disappearing beggars rarely make headlines, and are the least of the NYPD’s concerns, but when they begin turning up, burnt alive, philanthropic Henry White and his friend Cooper, a duo working for an organization dedicated to helping the homeless, are quick… Read More »

By Mike Murphy, February 15, 2012 0 GN, Videos

Not much has been seen of Telltale Games’ videogame adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s “The Walking Dead” since San Diego Comic Con, but luckily the developer has decided to let fans in on the game’s progress in video form with the… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, February 14, 2012 2 VG Review

In his book, “Free Will,” neuroscientist Sam Harris writes about the non-existence of that universally accepted concept, arguing, with convincing evidence, that it is a false construct of the human mind. Every decision a person will ever make, he asserts, is… Read More »

By Mike Murphy, February 10, 2012 0 GN

In a recent but brief interview at the DICE summit, Sony Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida revealed that although progress is being made on The Last Guardian, it’s “slow progress.” The statement came while Yoshida was clearing up the confusion… Read More »

By Anthony LaBella, February 8, 2012 4 Interviews

Originally released as a Source engine mod in 2008, Dear Esther is an experimental first-person game in which players traverse an uninhabited island, discovering voiced-over letter fragments along the way. A few years ago, former DICE employee Robert Briscoe decided… Read More »