Hey guys! Since new posts are a little bit rare, I won’t shy away from making a post specifically about my article on another website, especially since it’s a review of a half-indie adventure game. The game in question is called Hector: Badge of Carnage, it’s currently the rudest, filthiest game on the market, and you’ll find its review on the wonderful International House of Mojo – home to all things that were cool about past LucasArts, and have moved on to their modern off-spiring (companies).
Entries tagged with “Telltale Games”.
Wed 30 Nov 2011
Mon 5 Sep 2011
So, I have come to the end of my Back to the Future adventure at last. A little behind schedule but not outatime. I have been disappointed, and then drawn back in by Telltale’s latest periodic more times than I can count; but has the fifth instalment succeeded in ending my experience and leaving a smile on my face? Read on to find out.
Tue 12 Jul 2011
I was a little bit disappointed with episode 3 of Telltale’s ongoing Back to the Future story but their latest offering has managed to drag me back. This is why:
Tue 31 May 2011
Flicking through the episode descriptions on the launcher program, Citizen Brown was always the installment of Back to the Future: The Game that appealed to me the most. But did it live up to my expectations?
Fri 11 Mar 2011
So, the second installment of Back to the Future: The Game has arrived! I have to say, I was a little disappointed by the first episode; has Telltale delivered this time around?
Sat 22 Jan 2011
When Telltale announced they were developing a series of official Back to the Future adventure games I was pretty damned excited. I had just finished playing through and reviewing the excellent third season of Sam & Max, and, more importantly, Back to the Future is one of my favourite blockbuster, fun, 80s films. One of my favourite film franchises, in excellent hands – what could possibly go wrong?
Tue 7 Sep 2010
They’ve done film noir; they’ve done zombies… this month Telltale has set their sights on the Monster Movie! The Devil’s Playhouse concludes in The City That Dares Not Sleep!