Conclusion: Adventure games have been going through a mini renaissance of late and we can all thank Telltale for its massive contribution in bringing puzzling back from the dead and treating the genre with the love and respect is has duly deserved.
Excerpt: With the recent revival of the point-and-click adventure genre, it’s hard to ignore the influence that some classic games have had on the more recent installments. A good example of this is Jolly Rover , an independent game for the PC and Mac recently released on Steam.
Excerpt: The developers of the Wallace and Gromit Grand Adventures series are now providing a five part episodic adventure game based on the popular Monkey Island franchise. While these games are available individually, PC owners can splash out and purchase Tales of Monkey Island, containing all five for...
Conclusion: During my six-plus hours of playing through Jolly Rover, I ultimately found no huge drawbacks to this pirate… that is, pirate dog adventure. The story of a pirate and voodoo hijinks on the high seas doesn’t break any new ground, and some may find the gameplay a little too shallow, a bit too easy.
Tales of Monkey Island: Chapter 5 - Rise of the Pirate God review (PC)
17 March 2010
Excerpt: I am the worst person in the world. Three months I've had this game. Three months without a review. It's gone way past the point where any excuse would be feasible. I've procrastinated, and dawdled, and put off the inevitable. But let me try to explain.