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In this comparative review with SIMULACRA, we touch on a pair of surprisingly different spiritual sequels dialed into the investigative phone sim formula.
In this comparative review with Another Lost Phone, we touch on a pair of surprisingly different spiritual sequels dialed into the investigative phone sim formula.
A gritty police procedural takes over from the campy horror of Until Dark, providing thrilling multiplayer fun but still without much actual player control.
The third installment follows the familiar series formula, representing a textbook example of murder mystery storytelling.
Double Fine's modest PSVR rescue mission won't blow your mind but is still a whimsical little puzzle-centric diversion.
This experimental indie blends graphic and text adventuring in a unique way, but can't quite seem to figure out what it wants to say.
This full-blown sequel is another quality adventure, though some of the original charm is nosed out by darker themes.
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.