By Roger Gude
One of the most well-known mystery authors, Agatha Christie, has something in store for the Nintendo Wii this fall. [i]Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None[/i], is being adapted to the Nintendo Wii, brought to us by [i]The Adventure Company[/i], a well known PC adventure game publisher.
[i]Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None[/i] pits players in a world surrounded by mystery and suspense.
Ten strangers are invited to an isolated island estate. Through a recording, players find out that they’ve been accused of murder. As each of your cohorts are killed off, it pits you up against one of the most suspenseful villains in the history of literature history.
But, why the Wii? "Many PC adventure game fans are having a great time with the Wii and we'd like to be the first to deliver them games they love on a console they've embraced,” said Richard Wan Kan, CEO and President of [i]The Adventure Company[/i].
With the success of [i]The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess[/i], fleshed out adventure games are a welcome treat to the groundbreaking console. And hey… what’s more fun than physically acting out actions like digging, or running? Oh yeah, playing the Wii.