Murder on the Orient Express- review

In my previous article, which explored computer adventure games genre (http://Culturevulture.net/ElectronicArts/playsgames.htm), I mentioned that I was anticipating with pleasure Adventure Games’ release of Murder on the Orient Express, based on the famous Dame Agatha Christie mystery novel of the same  ...

Best of 2008–culturevulture.net – review

Recently, I sent out a call to culturevulture.net writers to pick a favorite cultural moment for 2008. The variety of choices offered fits the profile of writers with whom I have the pleasure of collaborating. They are intelligent people, great  ...

Mini-Reviews from All Over NYC

Betontanc at Danspace Project Slovenian company Betontanc’s Wrestling Dostoievsky, at Danspace Project at St. Mark’s Church, took Crime and Punishment as a jumping off point, but the overall mood, and not the shouted text, made the most impact. Light  ...

FINAL FANTASY – review

Final Fantasy is a saga devoted to telling epic stories with magic, sword battling, and plenty of plot twists. In every game, the user controls a central character. The main character is typically a young boy, who has some special  ...

Computer Games – review

Culturevulture Plays [Computer] Games Much to my surprise and delight, I've found the best of the sub-sub-genre of computer 'adventure games' to be completely engrossing, mesmerizing, fascinating and just plain fun. So please suspend your disbelief for  ...

Big Apple Bites Jan 07

More and more artists are working with the medium of video, so much so that on a recent gallery tour through Chelsea, it seemed like every other gallery had a video installation. Heavyweights such as Robert Wilson represented; he had  ...