Tagged:  Wadjet Eye Games

By Eddie Inzauto, August 20, 2012 0 VG Review

There’s a certain inescapable, old-school appeal to point-and-click adventure games. It may be the nostalgia, or perhaps it’s the genre’s ability to tell an authored tale without giving the player very much opportunity to muck it up. Love or hate… 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 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 Sean Mackey, October 12, 2011 0 VG Review

Let’s not beat around the bush; point-and-click adventure games are largely a thing of the past. Games focusing on narrative are still present, but most have evolved mechanically past simply pointing at objects with a computer mouse. However, Wadjet Games… Read More »