There's no case to be made for anyone but Suda51's most ardent fans to check out his tedious, impenetrable early visual novel.
This stylishly entertaining time-looping murder mystery successfully manages to mask its few limitations.
The spiritual successor to Clock Tower ticks all the right checklist boxes but is cut down by weak production values and story.
The punultimate episode breaks free of its predecessors' problems with significant improvement in all the right ways.
It may drown you with reading, but this clever supernatural murder mystery possesses many fine qualities.
The second installment is an improvement on its predecessor, though its story and puzzles are still treading water at the halfway point.
This moody psychological exploration through a deserted town may just restore your faith in surreal first-person adventures.
You can choose to do differently, but you'll surely want to buy this outstanding storytelling experiment that turns videogame control on its head.
There are plenty of jump scares caught on film in this terror-filled journey through a deranged mental institution.
This photorealistic iPad adventure has a convoluted story but pushes enough right buttons for a short but enjoyable touchscreen experience.
This surreal, artful indie puzzle-adventure shapes up to be a unique, immersive experience.
The supernatural comic adventure delivers a variety of good-looking ghostly fun, though its ethereal characters lack much in the way of substance.
This unique audio horror adventure proves to be like nothing you've ever seen (or heard!) before.
The three-part Lovecraftian mystery kicks off at Miskatonic University, but an inconsistent debut doesn't quite make the grade.