Clockwork Tales: Of Glass And Ink Review - A Cut Below The Rest | Short Pause

Short Pause: "Point-and-click adventure games have not always been my forte. In fact, up until I experienced Grim Fandango Remastered early last year, I flat out ignored them for no good reason. However, as my gaming tastes have changed — alongside my desire to have more story-driven experiences — I have become quite taken with this genre of games. Nothing beats an excellent adventure game with a great story and enjoyable puzzles to solve. Unfortunately, I don’t consider Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink to be an excellent addition to the adventure genre."

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TheDude791530d ago

Hmmm, when it comes to point and click adventure games, there definitely needs to be interesting characters and an engaging plot. Still, for $9.99, I may look into this. I really dig that steampunk aesthetic. Gonna flip a coin for this one....heads or tails?

tazmeah1530d ago

Is it just me or does the female in that picture look like Lt. Ripley from Alien? Anyways, adventure games have always been an interest of mine, simply because they can be extremely challenging, but it sounds like there isn't much challenge here and worse yet, it doesn't have much of a narrative to keep you engaged.

Vyprstryke1528d ago

Yea, it was a bummer. They could have done some pretty cool things with the setting but chose to go the most generic route possible =( not a terrible game by any means tho.