"What does that mean, the eyes?" asks Jeff Smith, creator of epic fantasy comic Bone. The eyes to which he is referring are part of a context sensitive cursor being used in a point and click adventure game.
"That means you can look at the thing it's pointing to," responds Dan Connors of Telltale Games, the studio responsible for adapting Bone to game form. The cursor is currently positioned over the sky.
"Do gamers know this? Is this what games do? I mean, are people going to understand?"
"Oh, so there's feet for walk, and a hand for touching, okay. Wow, is the game actually doing this?" -
Couple of months? You mean this September, yes? At least I can remember reading it somewhere...
Anyway, you can watch a small demonstration here:
It is point and click. It is 3d. If you can point and click 3d in an RTS, why not in an adventure?