This impressive retro sci-fi thriller is sure to strike a chord with adventure fans, both for its complex story and challenging, multi-character gameplay.
This indie horror adventure lacks the chills its subject matter demands, while the story and gameplay suffer from several key problems.
It may not even be a game, but this beautifully surreal story-driven exploration offers plenty to write home about.
The snappy-paced dinosaur adventure prompts plenty of thrills, but Telltale's aging engine has bitten off more than it can chew.
This surreal experimental indie is intriguing at first, but the lack of gameplay or coherent story is a blunt force blow to its interactive photographic experience.
Marty and Doc's episodic adventure winds up where it started, finishing the season on a high note.
Rockstar's ambitious film-noir detective mystery blends realistic open-world investigation and skippable action into one fantastic storytelling vehicle.
The uninspired fourth episode is a step back to the oh-so-familiar territory that we've seen so often already.
It's still light on gameplay, but surprising story turns ensure Telltale has everything under control.
You'll breeze through its speakeasy puzzles, but the second episode is another fun ride back to 1930s Hill Valley.
Twenty-five years after the first movie, the beloved series returns with a bang, feeling like it was never gone.
The new horror game from the creators of Penumbra is an even more terrifying journey that you'll surely never forget.
This charming fantasy adventure is spot-on in most respects, and is sure to leave you with a smile on your face.
The popular horror series reaches the end of the line with a frightening but welcome return trip to Dowerton's haunted train station.
With a new emphasis on combat-free adventuring, this reimagining of the original Silent Hill will still send plenty of shivers down your spine.