外围体育投注So every couple of months I get the urge to play some point and click adventure game. Even though I rarely play them I still consider them very close to my heart ever since my childhood. The problem is - I am fairly demanding when it comes to this genre and most games scare me off before I see the second screenshot. I don't care about age but I care about art direction, I can't get over cute graphics and have troubles with the early 3D (99-04), I hate bad pixel-art and worse of it all for me are badly drawn games (e.g. your average indie fan-made adventure game). I also need a good story, memorable puzzles, interesting setting, likable characters, and witty writing. Sounds like too much to ask right? Well, that's mostly the reason why I haven't played P&C adventure in some time.
外围体育投注Some of the games I really liked and why:
The Black Mirror - this is my all-time favorite adventure game. The story is enchanting, the setting has a unique mood and overall this is everything I want from a non-humorous adventure game. I also liked NIBIRU from the same developers quite a lot and played TBM 2, 3, and even the shitty reboot.
Monkey Island 1&2外围体育投注 - I love the characters and humor, I played the remastered version but actually enjoyed the pixels quite a lot. I however like voice-acting.
Deponia外围体育投注 - closest thing I ever found to Monkey Island, enjoyed all 4 games a lot. Amazing story, amazing characters, amazing puzzles - probably my favorite humorous adventure game. I checked other games from the publisher but nothing really attracts me... I prefer the art style of Deponia.
外围体育投注They're both made by the same company and both have tropes of the genre such as multiple paths and dialogue choices. They don't really qualify as action-adventure games because of how the action sequences are handled as QTEs similar to how the David Cage games (Detroit: Become Human, etc) handled them.