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Supermassive comes out firing in its choice-driven horror game set during the Iraq War, but it's the characters and storytelling that make it rise above its predecessors.
As similar as it is to the beloved To the Moon, the latest series installment is very much its own distinctive construction in a number of surprising ways.
Its haunting gothic setting is suitably Lovecraftian, but this top-down survival horror messes with the formula with some excessively cumbersome mechanics.
This looping top-down murder mystery provides plenty of compelling possibilities, though the good times begin to diminish as the repetition increases.
This sci-fi puzzler is as proficient at weaving a compelling narrative thread as it is presenting a host of challenging variations on a single wire-based conceit.
While still very much grounded in visual novel-style gameplay, the spiritual successor to Root Letter is a much-improved encore for fans of murder mysteries.
This short but scenic hike through the forest could have been memorable, but a lack of gameplay substance leaves much to be desired.
This heady sci-fi visual novel presents some interesting moral questions, but its gameplay and story integration aren't so great.
The HD remake of the Toblers' challenging archeological puzzler looks, sounds and plays better than before but hard-earned answers are as elusive as ever.
Though its production values are much higher, this Lovecraftian murder mystery isn't quite as fleshed out as its less ambitious predecessor.
Not to be overshadowed by a lack of narrative payoff is an otherwise engaging puzzle-platformer highlighted by its gameplay and presentation.
It's a shame that this gorgeous hybrid of dystopian sci-fi and Lovecraftian horror doesn't last long enough to fulfill its early intriguing promise.
The second installment in Supermassive's standalone horror collection enchants more with its compelling story and exciting set pieces than outright fear.
Would that this atmospheric sci-fi drama were the revolutionary advancement it promised to be, but it's still a moving, polished psychological thriller.
This PS4-exclusive interactive movie deserves a hand for its slick FMV production, but it's let down by odd pacing and plot choices.