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Our playable preview covers the first two chapters, punctuated by an interview with the game's Creative Director.
Unless played with friends, the first Wii-exclusive in this popular casual series doesn’t really warrant zooming in for a closer look.
Only with 3D glasses can you find much to like about this poorly designed, campy sexploitation adventure.
Part visual novel / part adventure, this dark psychological thriller is an intriguing but highly uneven Nintendo DS experience.
A hands-on preview let us probe deeply into this impressive sci-fi indie, then venture a little farther with game's designer, Jan Kavan.
The popular lite adventure series' fourth installment is so short and easy you can breeze through it in no time.
This edgy sci-fi adventure is a fun ride while it lasts, though there’s not much substance driving the story or gameplay along.
The final chapter is about to open, and our sneak peek at Black Mirror III should stoke the fires of anticipation.
An early little look at the monstrous new comic adventure from Pendulo Studios made a big first impression.
There's no need to be haunted by ghosts of casual games past, as our latest round-up will get you caught up.
This re-imagining of Art of Murder 3 for the Nintendo DS does no justice to casual gaming or its own source material.
More a copy than an original, this unabashed Samorost clone is still an enjoyable lite adventure through a gorgeous dream world.
October saw plenty of haunting adventures released from the casual realm, and we managed to track them down.
The title of this decades-old haunted house adventure warns you to stay away, and the game illustrates a few too many reasons why you should.
At last, a first-hand look provides lots to think about in anticipation of Jane Jensen's long-awaited adventure.