Tag: Point and Click


The Walking Dead: The Final Season - Episode One “Done Running” Review 3

The Walking Dead: The Final Season – Episode One “Done Running” Review

 |  Jordan Biordi
Well, we’ve finally made it. It’s been a long six years, but the beginning of the end of Telltale’s The Walking Dead is in sight. It genuinely does feel like the end of an era; Telltale reignited the “point-and-click” with a modern reimagining of the genre, and using a massively popular franchise like The Walking […]
My Lovely Daughter (Pc) Review 1

My Lovely Daughter (PC) Review

 |  Zubi Khan
My Lovely Daughter is a macabre and moody point-and-click adventure simulation game from GameChanger Studios.
Memoranda Review - Means Well, Fails To Deliver

Memoranda Review – Means Well, Fails to Deliver

 |  Derek Heemsbergen
I value narrative and characterization above most other elements in video games; I am drawn to vibrant personalities who have things to teach me about myself and the world I inhabit.
Gabriel Knight: The Sins Of The Fathers 20Th Anniversary Edition (Android) Review 7

Gabriel Knight: The Sins of The Fathers 20th Anniversary Edition (Android) Review

 |  Cody Orme
Ever since Telltale Games dragged the point-and-click adventure genre kicking and screaming out of the 90s, games of that kin have made a huge resurgence. While this was great to allow for new titles to come out of the woodworks using this classic style of gameplay with a whole new spin, it also opened the […]
Anna’s Quest (Pc) Review 5

Anna’s Quest (PC) Review

 |  Lisa Mior
Let me start by saying that I’ve never really been big into adventure games. I played the odd few, and even liked a few like Space Quest and Grim Fandango, But the whole point-and-click genre in general was never my thing. I do, however, love a good story; especially one that’s grounded in folklore and […]
Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today (Pc) Review 6

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today (PC) Review

 |  Jason D’Aprile
Welcome to the Future, Where it Sucks There’s been a rather noticeable resurgence of old-school PC adventure games of late. From the return of the classics like Grim Fandango and Broken Sword, to new and intriguing scenarios like the Charnel House Trilogy, Broken Age, and countless others, pointing and clicking would seem to be back […]
Dead Synchronicity Will Dissolve Time Into Blood 5

Dead Synchronicity will Dissolve Time into Blood

 |  Kate Richards
Fictiorama Studios has announced the first installment of its new 2D sci-fi point-and-click adventure, Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today, will be released April 10th this year. Almost a year after the Kickstarter campaign for the project was fully funded, the 1,600 backers will finally see what the $50,000 the indie studio based in Madrid, Spain […]
Clock Tower Creator Kickstarts New Horror 2

Clock Tower Creator Kickstarts New Horror

 |  Kate Richards
“Point and click games offer the opportunity for deep, dramatic expression,” says Hifumi Kono in the Kickstarter pitch video for his new survival horror game, NightCry. With the immersive abilities of first person perspectives, is third person point-and-click really the best opportunity for “deep, dramatic expression” in the horror genre? I think many would agree […]
Gabriel Knight Sins Of The Father 20Th Anniversary Edition (Pc) Review 3

Gabriel Knight Sins of the Father 20th Anniversary Edition (PC) Review

 |  Alexander Leach
I never played the original Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Father until I received this copy to review. My knowledge of the game itself came mostly from old PC Gamer magazines I read as a child. That might actually be a boon when reviewing the 20th Anniversary remake of Gabriel Knight, as it removes the […]
Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure (Pc) Review 2

Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure (PC) Review

 |  Cassidee Moser
Discovering a decapitated body shouldn’t be funny. It should be macabre, shocking, maybe even a tad bit sobering. But when I discovered it, I laughed. I laughed hard. Because when the intrepid P.I. (and sometimes Dance Instructor) Tex Murphy pulls back the curtain to reveal the horror, he instantly emits a girlish shriek of terror. […]


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