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  • Blog Post: Liked That, Play This: Five Adventure Games You Might Have Missed

    Last year was one of the best for adventure gaming in recent memory. While more straight-laced, serious titles like Life Is Strange and SOMA gave players something to think about, lighthearted romps like Broken Age and Tales from the Borderlands harkened back to the humor of the genre’s LucasArts... More
  • Blog Post: 2015 Adventure Game Of The Year Awards

    2015 was one of the strongest years in memory for adventure games. It was a year filled with quality titles that ran the gamut from surprisingly effective horror to moving portraits of the struggles of adolescence. With our general 2015 Games of the Year awards now live , we're now going to take... More
  • Blog Post: 15 Exciting Adventure Games To Keep On Your Radar

    Adventure games had their glory days in the ‘80s and ‘90s, dominating the PC market with titles like King’s Quest, Monkey Island, and Myst. Today, the genre has made a comeback. While it is still a risky game genre for big-budget games, we have seen a multitude of success stories for... More
  • Blog Post: Five Slam-Dunk Telltale Collaborations After Minecraft: Story Mode

    Today Telltale announced their collaboration with Mojang for Minecraft: Story Mode . This narrative-driven spin-off isn't an add-on to the crafting and exploration phenomenon; rather it's an episodic standalone title in the vein of Telltale's The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us series... More
  • Blog Post: The Masters Of Episodic Gaming Speak

    Led by CEO Dan Connors and CTO Kevin Bruner, who founded the company together, Telltale Games has c arved out a unique nich e in the industry with episodic adventure games based on major entertainment properties . The company’s recent Walking Dead series is its fastest-selling yet. We recently... More
  • Blog Post: The Genre That Refuses To Die: Keeping Adventure Games Alive

    Most discussions about the adventure genre begin with an acknowledgement of its glory days in the ‘90s before bending toward its subsequent death. The decline of the point-and-click adventure is often presented as a phase of gaming history – an indisputable event. That isn’t necessarily... More
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