Category: Adventure Corner

Adventure Corner is a column where members of the RPGamer staff can give their thoughts, impressions, and pseudo-reviews for various adventure titles that don’t come under our usual coverage. It is aimed at delivering opinions on a wide range of titles including visual novels, point-and-click adventures, investigative mysteries, and so forth.

Adventure Corner: Old Gods Rising

Though it’s light on interactivity, Old Gods Rising manages to infuse at least a bit of puzzle solving into its exploration of a creepy, deserted university campus. The developer’s ability to combine cheeky humor with a Lovecraftian mystery is more impressive yet.

Adventure Corner: Telling Lies

Welcome to Adventure Corner, a column where members of the RPGamer staff can give their thoughts, impressions, and pseudo-reviews for various adventure titles that don’t come under our usual coverage. In this edition of the column we take a look at the ambitious full-motion video adventure game, Telling Lies on PC.

Adventure Corner: Neo Cab

Savy is missing, and best friend Lina is on the case. Taking on the role of one of the last human cab drivers, Neo Cab dives into multiple mysteries, while ferrying around a vibrant cast of characters, one trip at a time.

Adventure Corner: World End Syndrome

RPGamer’s Adventure Corner returns for a detailed look at visual novel World End Syndrome. The recently-released title from TOYBOX and Arc System Works sends players to the rural town of Mihate, where they are thrust into a mystery involving the themes of life and death.