Tag: Adventure

Adventure games are video games in which the player assumes the role of a protagonist in an interactive story which is driven by exploration and puzzle-solving. The genre has a huge focus on story, which allows it to draw heavily from other narritive based media including litrature and film. As a result, Adventure games encompass a wide varity of literary genres. Most adventure games are designed for a single player, and can either be text based or graphic based. Some well known Adventure games are The Secret of Monkey IslandKing’s Quest, Zork, and Myst.

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The Pathless PS5 Review

 |  Eduard Gafton
The Path Not Taken
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Call of the Sea (PC) Review

 |  Zubi Khan
Call of the Sea is a well-executed Adventure game that feels both familiar and distinct, with imagery evocative of both Monkey Island and H.P. Lovecraft that comes together in a fun and concise adventure game.
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Later Alligator Review

 |  Kris Goorhuis
Alligator New York will eat you up and spit you out if you don’t keep a thick hide. Luckily most of its residents do, and nobody in Pillowfight’s Later Alligator really seems to be having a bad time. 
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The Call of the Wild (2020) Review

 |  Chris Carter
As a great American classic novel, The Call of the Wild has had its fair share of adaptations. None of them really got as big as say, a 20th Century production starring Harrison Ford, but they showed up.
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Jupiter & Mars Review

 |  Zubi Khan
Jupiter & Mars is a game that immediately grabbed my attention, due to its striking visual style, and when I found out that the title would support the PSVR platform, I knew that I had to check it out. Jupiter & Mars isn’t your typical romp through some strange world filled with monsters or gamey […]
My Time At Portia (Playstation 4) Review

My Time at Portia (PlayStation 4) Review

 |  Remington Joseph
Since its PC release, My Time at Portia has been treated by many as the 3D version of Stardew Valley. As a fan of Stardew Valley and farming sims in general, this naturally had me excited to give it a try. Now that I’ve spent time with the game for myself though, My Time at […]
Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Don'T Dry

Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Don’t Dry

 |  Zubi Khan
I’ve been aware of the Leisure Suit Larry franchise since the early 2000s, watching the series evolve and mutate, through changing up the main character, different developers, shifts on the focus on raunchy content and even the odd phase, in which the series experimented with a 3D approach to game design, rather than its typical […]
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Wandersong (Nintendo Switch) Review

 |  Jordan Biordi
I remember a few years ago when I started drawing a webcomic, I fell into a pretty deep creative slump and I couldn’t seem to get out of it. That summer, during a long weekend car ride, I had purchased the Shovel Knight OST and the more I listened to it, the more I was […]
Life Is Strange 2, Episode One: “Roads” (Ps4) Review

Life is Strange 2, Episode One: “Roads” (PS4) Review

 |  Kenneth Shepard
In its first episode, “Roads,” Life is Strange 2 juggles calculated subversion and natural familiarity with a steady hand. By leaving behind the original game’s town of Arcadia Bay and the time travel that came with it, the sequel gets a new cast and a new conflict, but it still delivers on its humanity with […]
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The Adventure Pals (Switch) Review

 |  Joel Couture
The Adventure Pals is straight up silly and adorable. Clobbering evil trees while using a giraffe’s tongue to glide around, scoring hits by throwing your best rock pal at monsters that fart and explode when they fly away. It’s pure, cute, lighthearted fun. The game’s visual charm and sense of humour, however, do start to […]

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