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Though not quite as scary as its acclaimed predecessor, Frictional's long-awaited sequel still delivers plenty of high-quality, narrative-rich horror that is sure to give you cold sweats.
The episodic magical realist journey circles back around with a short but fitting finale to a memorable series unlike anything else available.
Its survival elements can clash with the leisurely visual novel-style adventuring, but this complex genre-blending dragon simulator really soars in its world-building and storytelling.
The horror sequel gets a slick new setting but feels like more of the same house of horrors experience with little story clarity and even less gameplay.
Marked by narrative, design and technical issues alike, the son of Satan's series finale is doomed from the start.
Don't sleep on this thoroughly unique, often hilarious, meticulously crafted ode to the early days of the Internet.
This unique minimalist adventure is sure to float the boat of anyone looking for a compelling narrative puzzle to unwind.
This lengthy environmental puzzler is cleverly constructed though partly undermined by a few key structural design flaws.
A horrific future has rarely looked so good in this intense, richly atmospheric cyberpunk mystery.
This four-part anthology of horror vignettes blending '80s-era environments and text is one of the stranger things in the genre these days.
The abundant potential of this atmospheric sci-fi adventure just doesn't fully compute due to its abbreviated story and limited gameplay.
The magical realist journey continues to drift along in a meandering, melancholy way in the long-awaited penultimate episode.
Although slick-looking on the surface, this psychological horror adventure paints itself into a corner by slathering on the shallow jump scares.
The Stanley Parable's Davey Wreden leads a thought-provoking, experimental reflection of games-as-interactive-art.
Be on the lookout for this rich character-driven journey, even if some of its smouldering promise is snuffed out along the way.