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1954: Alcatraz: Indie Dev, Daedalic Team on Period Adventure

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A period title set in San Francisco, 1954: Alcatraz’s focus on accuracy and research is bringing some interesting elements to your usual adventure game.

Like Daedalic Games? Four More Coming This Year

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For more E3 news, previews and commentary bookmark Game Front’s official E3 hub. German developer and publisher Daedelic Entertainment has…

Double E3 Preview: Deadfall Adventures, The Raven

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In a quiet booth away from the most popular E3 venues, Nordic Games showed off two unassuming, but fun, games.

Rogue Legacy Review: A Stellar Cellar Door Game

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A fresh and innovative take on the classic sidescrolling formula make this legacy one worth remembering.

Kentucky Route Zero: Act 1 Review: Enter the Surreal South

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The first act of Kentucky Route Zero takes players into a surreal world that has a lot of promise — and a fair amount of strangeness.

2013 IGF Finalists: Excellence in Narrative

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There’s nothing quite so engrossing as a good story told well.

Daedalic’s Goodbye Deponia Coming to End Trilogy in Fall 2013

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Given how funny the last edition of the trilogy was, I’m looking forward to this one.

Chaos on Deponia Review: Weirdness, Humor Elevate the Formula

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Daedalic’s second game in the Deponia trilogy is funnier, with a tighter story, and on the whole just better than its predecessor.

Deponia Review: Humor to Distract From Confusion

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Humor keeps Deponia from losing steam under a few tough-to-figure puzzles that strain logical thinking.

Deponia 2 Preview: A Really Funny Adventure Sequel

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Lots of humor and some tough puzzles await adventure game fans in Deponia 2, and it seems like it’s worth a look.

Lost Games of Evil Computers and Alien Shapeshifters

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Check out these two horror games that are hard to come by, but worth the extra effort.

Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes Review

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Full of dark humor and solid puzzles, adventure fans should definitely dive into the weird worlds of Harvey’s New Eyes.

5 Horror Games You Might Want to Greenlight

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Steam’s Greenlight program offers some games that sound pretty promising. We’ve found a few worth your attention.

Love Impressions — A Game That Rewards Dedication

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Love is huge, beautiful, and not much like anything else out there. Just be ready to do some reading before playing.

‘Finding Shepard’ is a Fan-Made Adventure Game About Jack

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This looks so cool.

The Walking Dead Episode 2 Review

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Telltale continues to dish out stellar writing and tough decisions, although gameplay has started to take a back seat.

Resonance Review

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A point-and-click that innovates and tells a great story, Resonance is definitely worth a look.

5 Crazy Difficult and Intricate Video Game Puzzles

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In honor of Fez and its tougher puzzles, we’ve run down five of gaming’s worst brain-benders.

Proteus Preview — Exploring a Mystical, Empty World

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Early builds of exploration title Proteus are fascinating, even if you can’t actually do anything but look.

Yesterday Preview

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Point-and-click adventure Yesterday has a dark story, a comic-book style and a lot of promise.

Jurassic Park: The Game Review

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While it has some quality puzzles and action moments, without a gripping story, Jurassic Park is uneven and a little annoying.

To The Moon Review

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Solid writing and an emotionally engaging story keeps To The Moon interesting, despite being pretty thin in the gameplay department.

Hector: Badge of Carnage Episode 3 Review

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A satisfying conclusion and a great pace make the last third of Hector: Badge of Carnage the best third.

Trauma Review

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An indie point-and-click adventure game built out of still photos, Trauma is an intriguing indie title with a great price tag.

Indie Adventure To The Moon Looks Kinda Like Chrono Trigger (TRAILER)

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Hope it’s also as engaging as Chrono Trigger.

Alpha Polaris Review

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It’s not perfect, but indie PC title Alpha Polaris delivers an atmospheric and challenging point-and-click adventure at a decent price.

LA Noire Review

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Noire raises the bar.

Back to the Future: Episode 3 Review

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“Citizen Brown,” the third installment of Telltale Game’s licensed episodic adventure game, showed a lot of promise, but somehow ends up being the game’s weakest episode so far.

Back to the Future: Episode 2 Review

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The second installment of Telltale’s adventure game expands the games story in some great ways, but still struggles with difficulty issues — this time, it’s a touch too easy.

Stacking Review

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Is a game about Russian nesting dolls really worth a damn?

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