The point and click genre is without a doubt among the oldest genres to have appeared in video games. It has also become a very rare one in time, mainly because players have different expectations and needs now, and they also sometimes lack the patience and time to actually play such games. Thankfully, Gray Matter (Jane - Gabriel Knight - Jensen's latest game) should satisfy those missing the genre. The game will be released in Europe this week in some countries (like France, Spain and Italy for example) while the UK will have to wait until early 2011 so here are two videos showing the beginning of the adventure. There are no real spoilers here but if you are interested in the game, then be aware that we are still showing how to solve two of the puzzles available in the first chapter of the game. You can also download the PC demo here, should you want to give the game a try.
And SSRI's for example would not make it to market without proving (in double blind, placebo controlled studies) on-label efficacy and safety. (1 Hour ago)
I've had the pleasure of working on many pharmaceutical projects over the last decade. I'm not a doctor. Or a scientist. But I know how rigorous the FDA approval process is. (1 Hour ago)
Meta-studies are mostly good for trying to prove points on the internet. (1 Hour ago)
@droezelke: meta-studies aren't traditionally very reliable. A single study can be more convincing than many studies. Weighing the value of each against one another is a tricky bit of analysis. (1 Hour ago)
((((Happy Game of Thrones Day!!)))) (3 Hours ago)
man, The Witness (great deal this week) transported me to the old days of Myst and FMV adventure games by Cryo and its peers. such a boring (as it is a must) and conforting thing to lost track of time (3 Hours ago)