A point in click RPG that proves that it can stand the test of time.
As someone who played the NES version of Shadowgate over and over again, the most recent remake has been like a time machine. The word "nostalgic" doesn’t even begin to explain my experience of walking the halls of the living castle Shadowgate once more. This recent version looks beautiful, and is just different enough to stop me from plowing through all the puzzles I once knew all too well. A remake that encompasses the wistfulness of an earlier version with the tech and art of modern day is a rarity that Shadowgate nails. For the Shadowgate veterans, right off the bat you’re overwhelmed with nostalgia. A more detailed versions of that very door you opened to start your adventure is literally staring you in the face. I found myself knowing where to go and... Read Review