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.
The long-awaited finale is really here, and though a little underpowered, it's a worthy end to an impressive claymation adventure.
A lifetime of memories are revisited in this thoughtful, introspective odyssey that bridges past and present.
This Japanese thriller aims for a truly unique gameplay experience, but is sometimes guilty of overkill.
E3 had more adventure surprises within reach this year, and we there to observe a wonderfully diverse selection.
The German company was stateside to support their latest adventure game projects at this year's busy convention.
The Tim Schafer biker adventure still sputters when the action heats up, but benefits from new detailing on an already classic model.
This sci-fi adventure tastefully introduces its LGBTQ-friendly message, but its thin story and hodgepodge of frustrating minigames cause a world of hurt.
The revived Japanese port is bigger and gorier than ever, though more an old-school visual novel than interactive adventure.
You may want to skim through its rhyming text presentation, but this sweet little indie sci-fi adventure is sure to leave a pleasant aftertaste.
The Sony exclusive visual novel-adventure has a compelling mystery premise but can't quite deliver on its narrative potential.
The spiritual successor to Ico and Shadow of the Colossus is a oft-soaring, deeply moving action-adventure about friendship and trust.
The Zero Escape finale offers more of the same enjoyable visual novel adventuring but includes some perplexing design decisions for the worse.
The three-part interactive crime thriller is rich in style and urban grit, but the devil is in the lack of story details and gameplay.