I would love to see Seven Games of the Soul (released as Faust in Europe). Here's a ten minute clip of the opening http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mui2499NPtM
I love point and click adventures, and spanning all years, eras, and styles, this remains one of my favorites of all time. You play an elderly black man named Marcellus Faust tasked with exploring the ruins of a depression era theme park. There seven (technically eight, but seven is close enough) people died at that park via means less than natural. Mephistopheles makes you responsible for determining if these seven and a half souls should be sent "Up or down".
The game sports an amazing soundtrack that can actually be listened to from the menu (and I can confirm there have been times when I loaded the game up just to listen to the songs), and even more important, it boasts one of the best stories and some of the best story telling I've seen in an adventure game. Technically the game tells seven stories, but they are tightly woven together with a master arc, and while they start off almost as standard grotesque fair, they gradually grow deeper and more powerful. The final of the seven smaller stories actually has the power to get me all misty eyed.
The graphics may not be up to stuff, especially compared to modern games, but I do like the style, and the voice acting ranges from okay to astounding. Particularly the voice acting done for Mephistopheles is brilliant, and sells the character beautifully from the beginning where he's the classic satanic character to the end where, well, there's something of a twist.
So here's hoping I've sold you on it.