Monday, December 21, 2009

Deja Vu: YouTube Edition

As promised, here's my run of the PC detective adventure game Deja Vu, complete with humorous commentary and ridiculous gameplay. You don't need to know anything about this game to enjoy these videos. So... enjoy!

The first two videos are here to whet your appetite; the full Deja Vu playlist on YouTube contains the remaining four videos, in which I eat pretty much every item in my inventory. Seriously.


GarHoch said...

I used to love these point and click adventure games. The best was Full Throttle by LucasArts. Followed by Interplay's 25th Anniversary Star Trek/Judgement Rites (with original cast providing voices)and the STNG:A Final Unity. Ahh... the good old days of DOS.

Scott said...

I never got Judgment Rites to work on my computer, though I did play 25th Anniversary quite a few times. The Sierra games were the best for me, even the ones with annoying text-based interpreters.

I'm looking at you, Conquests of Camelot...

Flashman85 said...

I never got to play any of the older Star Trek games, but now I think I might need to take a look for 'em.

The Space Quest and Monkey Island games have always been my favorite adventure games; half the fun is doing absurd things and hearing/seeing the funny results.

I actually don't mind text parsers as long as they're intelligent enough; honestly, as long as the interface is done well, I'm just as happy with a text parser as I am with point-and-click.