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The Best Sandbox Game of All Time (Is From The PS2-era)

Free-roaming sandbox-style games come in all shapes and sizes, and there’s no denying the biggest and best-known developer of the go-anywhere, do-anything chaos simulator is Rockstar. Whether they set you down in the middle of a modern-day city the size of New York or Los Angeles in Grand Theft Auto, a private prep school in […]

Thimbleweek Park

Thimbleweed Park Receives Update

Thimbleweed Park receives updates including release date and game play video.

Full Throttle Ahead for the Remaster Teaser Trailer

Originally released in 1995 for the PC, Full Throttle became one of LucasArts’ most fondly remembered adventure games, ranking alongside stable-mates such as The Day of the Tentacle and Grim Fandango. So it is fitting that, just like those two latter games, Full Throttle will be getting the remaster treatment. Taking on that remastering task […]

Stranger Things Adventure Game Released by Fans

Stranger Things, a popular mini-series on Netflix, took the world by storm via nearly 100% word of mouth advertising.  This show was set in the style of the early 1980’s.  Boy did it capture the mood of that time period.  From how the actors dressed to how they talked and the environment they displayed it […]

So Bad It’s Good – Jedi Power Battles ‘Forces’ You To Practice

I’m not about to beg forgiveness for that awful pun in the title, and I agree: I deserve every ounce of scorn you want to verbally unloaded on me for making it. I’m not sorry. Make my day. Come at me, bro. Also, on an unrelated tangent, Star Wars Episode I: Jedi Power Battles for the PS1 and […]

Futurama the Great Unlicensed Adventure Awaits

Futurama is one of those cartoons for adults that was not quite as offensive as Family Guy but was not as family entertaining as The Simpsons. It is also one of the least ported to gaming cartoons that we have seen (it did get a PS2 or Xbox 3D action adventure but that is it).  […]

Psychonauts was the Game that Wouldn’t Die – Today in History – April 19th, 2005

To say that Psychonauts had a storied development would be kind of an understatement.  What started out in the wild world of the classic LucasArts title Full Throttle expanded, nearly died and was revived again by the hands of one man.  Tim Schafer.  What became Psychonauts was originally to be a drug filled romp through […]

New Game: Faye King- Jungle Jeopardy, New Point and Click Adventure, To Release in January 2015

Classic point and click adventure titles are making a slight comeback lately.  The team behind Maniac Mansion have their new game, Thimbleweed Park, coming (we have an interview in the editing process right now) and now we see another interesting Point and Click title.  Fay King: Jungle Jeopardy we find ourselves tasked with not only […]

Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire Strikes on the Nintendo 64: Today in History- December 3rd, 1996

There was a fair amount of buzz for Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire around the time it was announced, and leading up to release for, the Nintendo 64.  For one, this was one of the first third party titles to hit and gamers were eager to see what 3rd parties could do on the […]

New Game: A Golden Wake Coming to Windows from Wadjet Eye Games

Wadjet Eye Games are no strangers to classic gaming. Having released such greats as The Shivah, Blackwell and Gemini Rue, Wadjet Eye Games know retro styled adventure gaming. A Golden Wake is another pixel adventure game set in the 1920’s, specifically the Florida Land Boom.


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