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There's barely a glimpse of this planned three-part thriller offered in the single-room debut installment.
Not merely parroting Phoenix Wright, this beautifully distinctive 19th century French adventure is a hoot in its own right.
The House Forrester saga comes to a head in the dramatic season finale, though a key story branch gets lost in the woods.
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This surreal psychological thriller will certainly get your heart racing, but its frighteningly abbreviated story is hard to get any read on.
While rich in Lovecraftian atmosphere, the meat of this two-part adventure has yet to be seen at the end of part one.
The curtain is raised on a promising new FMV mystery series, though the prologue is almost criminally short.
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This Russian mountain thriller offers plenty of chilling exploration, but any further gameplay is largely MIA.
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Though budding with Ico-style promise, this brief platforming adventure soon buckles under a tower of problems.
Its shifting environments offer a unique maze-like concept, but its gameplay and story will both leave players hopelessly in the dark.
This three-stop train ride jumps the tracks of reality yet never veers from its linear course through the unknown.
Daedalic's lite puzzler crackles with creative charm, but burns through its limited premise all too quickly.
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