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In Lucius II: The Prophecy, You Control An Evil Child With Supernatural Powers

By Tim . August 15, 2014 . 3:27pm

More ways to inflict pain and suffering on the occupants of St. Benedict’s Hospital.

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Eco-centric adventure game coming from Germany

By Spencer . August 21, 2007 . 4:11am

Daedalic Entertainment has an environmentally friendly twist in A New Beginning. You play as Bent Svensson, a scientist who has to save the world by designing an alternative energy source. Accompanying Bent is Fay, a girl sent from the future to stop an environmental disaster. The plot may not be the most gripping tale on […]

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PC to Wii port: Secret Files Tungsuka

By Spencer . June 12, 2007 . 12:03pm

Last year Secret Files Tungsuka came out for the PC and sometime in 2008 it is going to come out on the Nintendo Wii. The Secret Files Tunguska is a point and click adventure game where you play as Nina Kalenkov, after her father disappears. The plot has ties to the Tunguska explosion of 1908 […]

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Defending Dawn of Mana, the Black Sheep of Mana

By Rolando . June 6, 2007 . 7:40pm

It seemed as if Square had totally ditched the Mana series, which served as one of the major three pillars of Square (the other two being Final Fantasy and SaGa). Seiken Densetsu 3 was considered by many Mana enthusiasts and fanboys to be the last great Mana that ever existed, leaving future titles like Legend […]

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Explore Square-Enix’s Shochu bar

By Spencer . June 1, 2007 . 6:10am

An adventure game in a Shochu bar? Famitsu found out about the project where SGLab teamed up with Square-Enix who helped out on the music side. It’s an advergame where you play as a woman who is considering leaving her boyfriend. After a brief introduction you can explore the bar like a traditional point and […]

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Arc System Works from Guilty Gear to detectives

By Spencer . May 16, 2007 . 8:33am

Arc System Works announced Tantei Jinguuji Saburou DS: Inishie no Kioku, which is part of a twenty year old detective video game series that dates back to the Famicom Disc System. It’s a detective game with a gritty and darker look than Phoenix Wright or Touch Detective. Famitsu has a gallery of screenshots of Detective […]

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Marvelous turns xxxHolic into an interactive manga

By Spencer . May 10, 2007 . 12:36pm

  I was wondering how Marvelous was going to develop a title with the xxxHolic license. When they announced the project it was classified in the adventure genre, but there weren’t any concrete details about how xxxHolic for the Playstation 2 would play. Famitsu has a little more information about xxxHolic and it isn’t exactly […]

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Sam & Max Episode 6: Bright Side of the Moon

By Konstantinos . May 4, 2007 . 9:32am

  Since we are all here enjoying the cozy privacy of the Internet, let me tell you a little something. Confidentially, of course… Well, here goes: this review (of sorts) would have appeared at least a week earlier had I not become hopelessly stuck while playing through the final installment of Sam & Max. You […]

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Ace Attorney without the “Phoenix”!? First play with Odoroki

By Richard . April 30, 2007 . 11:37am

Anticipation was high among fans for the fourth installment of the Phoenix Wright (Gyakuten Saiban) series which was announced for the DS. The long wait is finally over and unlike the DS re-releases of the first two games, there is no English language option.  This might be unfortunate for some fans since the game is […]

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xxxHolic game in development

By Spencer . April 27, 2007 . 9:03am

Marvelous Entertainment who develops the Harvest Moon games and a bunch of other anime games are working on a game based on C xxxHolic. Their xxxHolic project is billed as an action adventure game, but no details about the gameplay system have been released. Since the release date is sometime in August 2007, Marvelous should […]

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Ankh: Heart of Osiris Demo & trailer

By Konstantinos . April 20, 2007 . 11:39am

Originally conceived as an add-on to the tongue in cheek Ankh adventure for the PC, the Heart of Osiris has grown to become a full-fledged sequel. What’s more, the English language demo of Heart of Osiris has just been released (download it @ GamersHell) only a month before the release of the game and shortly […]

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Tortuga: Two Treasures – a ripoff of Sid Meier’s Pirates?

By Louise . April 8, 2007 . 5:36pm

Ahoy maties!  Want a thrilling action adventure game that makes even the Dread Pirate Roberts’ boots shake?  Want a blood-curdling story about making land lubbers walk the plank and plundering plenty of booty?  Want to be the terror of the high seas? Well, sail far, far away from here because Tortuga: Two Treasures is not […]

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Sam & Max Episode 5: Reality 2.0

By Konstantinos . March 30, 2007 . 12:43pm

  It always boils down to discussing the Internet, and Sam and Max episode 5, you know, the one cunningly named Reality 2.0, just couldn’t avoid commenting on the whole cyber, MMO, Web 2.0, blog, spyware, online banking phase a modest but substantial part of mankind seems to be currently experiencing. After all, it only […]

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Brain racking puzzles and a cacophony of accents in Runaway: The Dream of the Turtle

By Louise . March 25, 2007 . 4:12pm

The Dream of the Turtle is the second installment of the Runaway adventure game series. Like the first game, this game follows the adventures of Brian Brasco and his lady friend Gina. This time Brian and Gina are on a romantic trip to the islands of Hawaii. By a strange turn of events, what would […]

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Mozart’s musical adventure game

By Konstantinos . March 22, 2007 . 12:25pm

It’s more than obvious that adventure games are experiencing a Renaissance of sorts. Sam and Max are definitely leading the way, the DS is bringing point-and-click action to buses everywhere, the traditional PC scene is getting much needed injections of quality, the Wii promises some Agatha Christie action and now Mozart will get all musical […]

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