Submitted by Cyrus365 1931d ago | review

Nidzumi: Tales of Monkey Island Episode 1 Review: Pirates Included

Nidzumi writes: "Despite their fairly niche market, point and click adventure games have always been classed highly amongst enthusiasts. Some titles have even debatably broken into the 'mature' games category in terms of plot, such as Broken Sword and Beneath a Steel Sky. Although groups such as the developers of the SCUMMVM emulator have built bridges to widen the audience base of these games, the last few platform generations have seen a notable push toward console gaming, and the days of point-and-click have been somewhat lost." (Tales of Monkey Island, Tales of Monkey Island: Launch of the Screaming Narwhal, Wii) 5/5

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