Looking for adventure games with a good dose of humor

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rock_chick
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Post by rock_chick » Sun Jun 13, 2010 10:00 am

Getting So Blonde was a waste of time as I found the first person interface sucked(wasn't merely that it was first person but more the way it was setup) and the dialog was little better. However I did only play a bit of it but couldn't stand much more.

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garrythefish
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Post by garrythefish » Sun Jun 13, 2010 10:50 am

rock_chick wrote:Getting So Blonde was a waste of time as I found the first person interface sucked(wasn't merely that it was first person but more the way it was setup) and the dialog was little better. However I did only play a bit of it but couldn't stand much more.
Dunno, I usually follow my instincts when selecting an adventure game to try out, and it looks like I'm right yet again. :P

Sometimes just a few screenshots is enough, and I had a bad feeling about the game at first glance. It's not my fault flops and/or "quality-challenged" games are so obvious, particularly in todays adventure gaming, lol ;P


Cheers :)

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kaysow
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Post by kaysow » Sun Jun 13, 2010 9:50 pm

Simon the Sorcerer, mos def. The first one is so-so, but the second is one of the funniest games ever conceived.

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