Gamer Headlines writes: "When it comes to Point-and-Click Graphic Adventure games, Tim Schafer has always been a significant pillar for the genre, being involved in some of the most critically acclaimed titles throughout his career with LucasArts. The Secret of Monkey Island, Day of the Tentacle, Full Throttle, Grim Fandango; we haven’t seen an original Adventure game reach the same amount of praise and recognition that those titles managed to obtain during the ‘90s, leading people to believe that the genre as a whole would never be explored again. However, I can safely say that it isn’t the case anymore with how the complete Broken Age adventure turns out to be. Not only was it one of the most successful Kickstarter campaigns of all-time, raising over three million dollars for the cause, but Broken Age is also one of the most beautiful story-driven games I have ever experienced. It has all the right components of an old-school Point-and-Click experience, but has that modern tone, feel and look that makes you forget about the dated, passive nature of the genre with its gorgeous aesthetics, clever puzzles, relatable characters and genuinely enthralling writing."