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There's no Bill Murray and its occasional control issues might leave you feeling a little loopy, but this VR exclusive is a welcome next-generation return to Punxsutawney.
Though light on outright scares, this atmospheric sci-fi thriller set on Mars may be the most cosmic Lovecraftian horror adventure ever, and a compelling one at that.
Our shared diagnosis of Coma and Fever explores two surreal adventures that will either appeal to your sense of the absurd or threaten to blow your mind.
This slick-looking point-and-click adventure through the underworld ends up being one heck of a disappointment due to its awful translation, poorly-clued puzzles and failed attempts at humour.
Supermassive's first cross-platform release launches The Dark Pictures Anthology with a splash, once again favouring fright-filled atmosphere over a deeper gameplay experience.
Despite its inviting title and rich atmosphere, neither the story nor gameplay in this Saw-styled escape room puzzler manages to capture the imagination.
This maze-like sci-fi puzzler earns a passing grade but trades in richer gameplay opportunity for unwelcome survival elements.
This mind-bending VR physics puzzler swaps story for gameplay but cleverly ensures you'll keep coming back for more.
Though beautiful in flight, this open-world PS4 exclusive can't weather its intentionally obtuse design and a relative lack of gameplay.
Frogwares' Lovecraftian action-adventure is somewhat dragged down by its own ambition, but ultimately emerges as an enjoyably atmospheric thriller.
Now that the madness has subsided, bear with us as we put into words what looks to be another great year of upcoming adventures.
Beneath this PSVR exclusive's charmingly childlike exterior lies a surprisingly deep emotional tale of friendship and growing up.
This environmental puzzler manages to square engaging local co-op mechanics with a nicely rounded single player experience.
This point-and-click fantasy adventure gets off to a wonderful start, though as an episodic debut the journey pulls up just as it's getting started.