Metropolis Crimes review
This DS-exclusive predecessor to Red Johnson's Chronicles is hard to get your hands on, and harder to control when you do.
2012 Aggie Awards feature
Our three-day Aggie presentation is now complete, with both AG staff and readers recognizing the best and brightest adventure games of 2012.
If Not Puzzles… What? feature
Riddle me this: Are puzzles really important to adventures, or are they holding back the genre like an obstacle blocking forward progress?
It's your civic duty and privilege as an adventure gamer to cast your ballot for the top games of last year. UPDATE: The polling booth is now closed!
2012 Aggie Award Nominees feature
Awards season is upon us again, and the Aggie envelopes will soon be filled with the winners among these nominee finalists.
Wishing you all a very happy holiday, we are pleased to present a who's who video compilation of adventure game developers sending you their very best.
The spiritual sequel to 999 adds a few nice touches to the visual novel format, but still has a number of conspicuous problems.
There isn't much actual mystery, but this surprisingly challenging lite adventure may very well appeal to puzzle lovers.
Even with an extra dimension, not much stands out in this Nintendo 3DS puzzler beyond its intriguing murder mystery interludes.
Platform(s): 3DSNintendo 3DS port of Cyan's classic adventure.