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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.
One's enjoyment of this largely black and white, split-screen puzzler depends on whether you see its unapologetic weirdness as a feature or a serious knock against it.
This lovely indie puzzler hopes to stand tall with the likes of The Witness, but its lack of gameplay and world-building substance leave it coming up a little short.
There's not much story to unearth, but this charming little VR adventure is worth digging into for an original take on Lewis Carroll's Wonderland.
This beautifully designed and consistently entertaining fantasy adventure tells a very poignant human story deeply rooted in Scandinavian folklore.
Eric Chahi's unique alien world VR adventure unfolds with no story but is littered with memorable moments and wrapped up in plenty of inspired creativity.
This charming Amanita-style sci-fi puzzler is light on story but gets full marks for presentation and entertaining gameplay.
Picking up momentum after a slow start, this indie sci-fi story rounds into a beautiful, challenging pixel art adventure that offers much more than meets the eye.
This alien world VR adventure makes for a bit of jetpack-boosted fun, but the novelty quickly passes without much gameplay or story to support it.
This MacVenture-style throwback series shows promise, but here and now this Lovecraftian debut is merely a stage-setter for more to come.