A fine example of the adventure game genre. Buying this game should be made law.
Corruption may not be much of an evolution of the series, and it's not without its flaws, but remains one of, if not, the biggest reason to own a Wii.
With wonderfully varied levels, colourful, cel-shaded graphics and mind-bending puzzles Zack & Wiki triumphantly makes its debut on Nintendo Wii.
With spectacular presentation, highly entertaining Robot Wars style multiplayer and a lot of good hearted humour, the bear and bird are back. Comeback accomplished.
It's not an epic adventure, like Phantom Hourglass, or polished platformer, like New Super Mario Bros., but in many ways Professor Layton is better than both those games.
If you've finished Professor Layton and you're looking for something that combines decent puzzles with a ripping yarn, this is well worth a gander.
Whether you're an established fan of puzzle adventures or just a newcomer to the genre, Beneath a Steel Sky is an absolute delight.
If you want a true indicator of the PS3's abilities, and of the true potential of what video games can do, I can think of no better candidate.
The Sly Collection is a top-notch compilation of some of the most beautiful platformers ever made. Would somebody in the UK please buy it?
Alan Wake is still a superbly scripted adventure on PC.
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