Wrapping up an episodic narrative game game be tricky, as we have seen from many Telltale seasons. King's Quest has been both a triumphant tribute to the series of the past and an incredible story in its own right. Successfully
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Duke Nukem has been one of the most polarizing figures in the history of video games. In the early 90s, his raunchy adventures through space and strip clubs alike were super fun to sneak when your parents weren't paying attention (sorry Mom…), but since then, Duke really hasn't been the same. After one of the longest development cycles in the history of gaming, Duke Nukem Forever released in 2011.
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The final chapter of the King's Quest serues is set to arrive Oct. 25 on the PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Windows PC via Steam.
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Continuing along its streak as the best episodic adventure game going on now, King's Quest has a stellar addition with Snow Place Like Home which is the fourth episode in the season. After a relatively light third episode, Snow Place
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