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Randal's Monday Gamescom Preview | GameGrin

GameGrin's Ryan Davies writes: "Comedy video games are something of a rare breed, and in the past it’s not been difficult to see why. Comedic timing and relevant jokes are difficult to manage in a product that takes years to create and relies entirely on how the player interacts with the game. Yet the genre has seen something of a resurgence as of late with South Park: The Stick of Truth leading the charge. So it’s great to see Daedalic, a publisher typically associated with rather serious affairs, pick up a promising new point-and-click comedy adventure game from Spanish studio Nexus. Randal’s Monday is nothing short of a nerdy gamer’s dream and is shaping up to be an excellent relation of the wonderful Monkey Island series." (PC, Randal's Monday)

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