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All Articles: Grim Fandango
“What kind of video games do you play?” It’s a broad question that I often find myself faced with, to which I’d respond “adventure games.” That answer is then followed with an exhausting amount of game name dropping, that, in most cases, have nothing to do with the type of games I’m talking about. “You mean, like Zelda?” Not quite.
The easiest way to reiterate what I’m talking about is by calling them “point-and-click” adventure games, which is a genre and style of game most notable on the PC in the mid- to early 90s. It’s a genre that was also declared dead after the commercial failure of the critically acclaimed Grim Fandango; a genre that, over the past few years, has slowly but surely been coming back into the mainstream. (more…)
Another surprise announcement during the Sony E3 Press Conference was a remastering of Tim Schaefer’s classic Grim Fandango!
Not much was shown on the title other than some art, but that’s all it needed to drive the audience to mad applause. Grim Fandango will be available exclusively for the PS4 and Vita.