One of my early favorites growing up as a wee little Ed has always been Beat’em ups. From those Teenage Turtles to the Toads who like to battle, I’ve enjoyed a wide variety of beat’em up. So, when I was presented with a chance to give Young Souls a playthrough, I jumped at the chance. After seeing what was going to be presented in this game, I knew I had to give it some attention. Beat’em up? Loot? Stat leveling? Yeah, Young Souls, you got my attention.
After rebooting the sun using a rocket imbued with a gemstone from the help of druids while in Ireland, I knew The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark was something special. Spooky Doorway returns in spooktacular fashion with Season 2 of their comedy slash supernatural point-and-click adventure series, The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark. While it’s entirely new, it manages to feel like classic adventure games while relying on its satirical and sardonic humor established in the debut entry. If you need a good laugh, The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark shines with every written word.