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Submitted by Wiiloveit 340d ago | preview

Preview: The Night of the Rabbit (DarkZero)

"At one stage, the classic point-and-click adventure game had seemingly taken a hiatus on its home platform, the PC. If you ask anyone who enjoys these games what their favourite five are in the genre, then you’ll probably get answers consisting of one of the following: Monkey Island, Grim Fandango, Broken Sword, The Longest Journey or Day of the Tentacle. It’s been said that the genre has been dead for a while and has only gotten back to its stride within the last year, all thanks to The Walking Dead, but I believe the genre re-established itself on the PC before that - you just had to look deep for the good titles, rather than having the big hitters pushed to the forefront in the media." (DarkZero) (PC, The Night of the Rabbit)

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