In this first entry in an on-going series, I begin my journey to replay as many Sierra adventure game titles as I can and discuss them. I’m kicking things off by diving into the Gabriel Knight series, beginning with 1993’s Gabriel Knight:
I was really taken with Sam Barlow’s interactive narrative Her Story when it was released in 2015, but is the much anticipated followup, Telling Lies, as gripping? Maybe not, but it’s much more ambitious and tells an enthralling story nonetheless.
Did you know there was a video game adaptation of Marc Caro and Jean-Pierre Jeunet‘s 1995 dark fairytale The City of Lost Children? I recently discovered this Playstation adventure game and simply had to check it out. It’s not good. Join me as
In this episode of Film Pulse Plays, Adam gets spooked out by Hotel Transylvania for the Nintendo DS. Is it the best Adam Sandler-based video game? Probably until they release that Happy Gilmore golf sim I’ve been waiting for.
In this episode of Film Pulse Plays, we take a look at Disney’s Frozen: Free Fall Snowball Fight, a free to play match 3 game for the Xbox One. If you like candy Crush and Frozen, you’ll probably like this.
On this episode of Film Pulse Plays, we take a look at the 1994 Roland Emmerich sci-fi epic, Stargate, starring Kurt Russell and James Spader, then explore the video game versions for Sega Genesis, Super Nintendo, Game Gear, and Game Boy.
In this episode of Film Pulse Plays, we take a look at the 1991 action/adventure film Hudson Hawk starring Bruce Willis, as well as the NES and Gameboy games it spawned. Are the game versions as rough as the movie itself? Take
Film Pulse Plays is a new video series where we take a look at a film from the past and the various video games it spawned. In this inaugural episode I couldn’t think of a more apt title to look at than