Come for the thrilling remote-access mystery, stick around for the challenging puzzles and thought-provoking story that plays out in real time.
Our diagnosis: The horror-themed VR pseudo-prequel to Until Dawn is afflicted by both story and gameplay deficiencies.
Brevity is the real killer of this otherwise intriguing choose-your-own-deathtrap sci-fi adventure.
The sci-fi trilogy's middle installment goes in some thought-provoking narrative directions, though it's wrapped around more combat than its side-scrolling predecessor.
This charming fantasy adventure will be music to the ears of classic-styled point-and-click fans who enjoy a good challenge.
Big things can come in little packages, like the abundant charm of this short but sweet PlayStation VR exclusive action-adventure.
In this comparative review with SIMULACRA, we touch on a pair of surprisingly different spiritual sequels dialed into the investigative phone sim formula.
In this comparative review with Another Lost Phone, we touch on a pair of surprisingly different spiritual sequels dialed into the investigative phone sim formula.
A gritty police procedural takes over from the campy horror of Until Dark, providing thrilling multiplayer fun but still without much actual player control.
The third installment follows the familiar series formula, representing a textbook example of murder mystery storytelling.
Double Fine's modest PSVR rescue mission won't blow your mind but is still a whimsical little puzzle-centric diversion.
This experimental indie blends graphic and text adventuring in a unique way, but can't quite seem to figure out what it wants to say.
This full-blown sequel is another quality adventure, though some of the original charm is nosed out by darker themes.
Things are looking up in the Japanese killing game sequel that improves on its predecessor in several key areas.
An easy-going finale with a hectic pace, this represents the series apex in many key ways, making the full trilogy required gaming for adventure fans.