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This side-scrolling PS4 exclusive is a lovely fairy tale platforming adventure that stumbles over some pacing and design issues.
There's more people and admittedly less space than the original, but just as many engaging challenges to be solved in this story-thin, puzzle-centric sequel.
While not particularly deep, this VR-exclusive, physics-based scavenger hunt is a rip-roaring good time while it lasts.
This PlayStation horror exclusive is rich in disturbing atmosphere, but honestly there's very little gameplay or comprehensible story resting deep within it.
The visual novel series from Japan is back with a new mystery anthology, but even the pretense of gameplay is found lacking this time around.
This modestly designed, experimental persistent world adventure will blow you away in breaking the barrier between player and protagonist.
This short room-escape adventure rarely gets past its uninspired find-the-key formula that ultimately leads nowhere in particular.
It's far from cozy, but this ultra-short slideshow horror adventure delivers disappointingly few chills.
This unapologetically old-school puzzler is stuffed full of familiar challenges and gothic atmosphere, but very little creativity manages to spill out.
Its haunting atmosphere and echolocation-based mechanics make it worth seeing this VR exclusive through its few missteps in the dark.
This short but lovely time-bending puzzler celebrates the friendship of children as it spirals ever onwards and upwards to a touching finish.
We're left feeling ambivalent about the transhumanist sci-fi adventure that hinders fascinating themes with an unfocused story, and a unique presentation with underwhelming gameplay.
A promising new puzzle series gets started by substantially expanding the Escape Room formula to an entire suburban home.
The Quest for Glory creators are back, showing they're still at the head of the class for classic-styled adventure-RPG hybrids.
Gameplay is nowhere to be seen, but this voyeuristic whodunit provides a compelling murder mystery in the style of immersive theater.