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Play the part of a London barkeeper and join a reanimated pirate with a magic compass in this choice-based video adventure.
Prepare to be rigorously challenged by this well-crafted, text-based survival adventure.
This quaint European village is a fine place to recover lost memories, but the particulars may be more or less forgettable.
Looking for a unique munchable? Visit Snaktooth Island where lunch is wildly creative and capturing it requires saucy, though sometimes samey, strategies.
Its drab environments and lack of scares make it suitable for those looking for a more relaxed experience, rather than those looking for a truly harrowing horror game.
This trap-filled VR thriller will tempt you with the allure of interesting puzzles, but there's no escaping the tedium of its head-tracking mechanics and laborious pace.
This interactive battle-royale action movie stays true to its core, unfortunately the underwhelming narrative and shallow characters make its core crumble.
Look but don't touch this thoroughly dismal VR puzzler whose only means of interaction is head-tracking.
It isn't implemented quite as smartly as it could be, but otherwise Spike Chunsoft delivers another enjoyably mind-blowing Kotaro Uchikoshi thriller.
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.