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Those who relish a more personal, dread-filled type of horror than abject terror will feel great affection for Red Candle's long-awaited follow-up to Detention.
This research-based satire of current American events can be mildly diverting for an hour, but those looking for anything deeper should elect to look elsewhere.
With great scares and atmosphere but poor storytelling and repetitive gameplay, the quality of Bloober Team's dual-world horror adventure ends up somewhere in the middle.
Those craving a thoughtful, relaxing experience will find it in this beautiful and surprisingly prescient idle adventure spanning 400 real-time days.
The cracks begin to show right away in a dual-personality thriller that never really reflects the high standards we've come to expect from the creator of Life Is Strange.
This retro-styled adventure tries hard to ape its LucasArts inspiration, but it all goes up in smoke due to a number of major design issues.
This charming mapmaking adventure is all about the journey of joyous discovery unfolding, at times forgetting it even has an end destination.
There are plenty of strong elements in this unique supernatural detective mystery, but its ease and streamlined approach barely give them a chance to come out in force.
There is no review of a non-game that isn't a brilliantly hilarious deconstruction of various genres while still not remaining a delightfully clever outside-the-box adventure at heart.
This lovely environmental puzzler could have rocked if not for its painfully short length that only teases bigger, better things.
Its beauty and unexpected relevance may just have you yearning to check out this subterranean shelter-in-place adventure spanning 400 real-time days.
The complete five-verse permadeath horror series largely squanders its richly atmospheric presentation with a number of noteworthy design issues.
This sim-styled exploration of an alien ocean is richly imaginative and thoroughly engaging, delving deep into themes that are sure to hit close to home.
This short game collection from the creator of The Dream Machine provides a welcome puzzle challenge in a surreal story that's too abstract to be accessible.
This fantasy adventure from Unimatrix is elevated by its powerfully emotional themes, but let down by its underwhelming presentation.