Yuke’s take a shot at the Earth Defense Force series. Does this entry hit the mark, or is this one rain storm you want to avoid?
Tagged: Adventure Corner
In this edition of the Adventure Corner we romance the sons of famous detectives in London Detective Mysteria. Who did Sam Wachter romance in her first playthrough? Let’s find out.
In this edition of Adventure Corner, Joshua dives into the Iranian revolution via 1979 Revolution: Black Friday. This Telltale-inspired title marks a unique instance of a game providing context and clarity to historical events.
Amnesia: The Dark Descent dared us to look our worst nightmares in the face and keep a grip on our sanity. With Soma, Frictional Games instead turns a dark mirror inwards, this time making us ponder our very sense of humanity.
Welcome to the Funplex, where all your dreams come true. This eight-episode romp is going to give you all the feelings, so make sure you have your quarters ready.
Sam Wachter is playing through her Steam backlog and sharing some gems along the way. One of the first games she completed this year released back in 2016. Kathy Rain: A Detective is Born is a Twin Peaks inspired point and click adventure game that is sure to twist some heads.
Adventure Corner returns, providing impressions and pseudo-reviews for games that don’t fall under our regular coverage. Today, we dive to the role of an Earth Defense Force (EDF) recruit, sworn to protect the earth from aliens and monsters.
In this installment of RPGamer’s Adventure Corner, Joshua Carpenter plays the highly regarded 428: Shibuya Scramble. Can he manage the fates of five disparate people to solve a kidnapping?
In this installment, Sam Wachter plays a horror visual novel called Distress, and recognizes that she wants to rewatch Strange Days. Given she isn’t a fan of horror, why does she do these things to herself?
RPGamer’s Adventure Corner returns to take a look at another title not usually within our coverage but of potential interest to readers. This edition looks at Zero Escape creator Kataro Uchikoshi’s Punch Line, an adventure visual novel that originally started out as an anime series.
RPGamer’s Adventure Corner returns to take a look at another title not usually within our coverage but of potential interest to readers. This edition features Aksys Games’ final “Summer of Mystery” title, Psychedelica of the Ashen Hawk.
Adventure Corner is aimed at giving the RPGamer staff the chance to report back on some titles that don’t fall under the site’s regular purview. In this first edition, we take a look at two of Aksys Games’ “Summer of Mystery” otome titles, and check in with Detective Pikachu.