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This entertaining wintry survival adventure is a breeze to live through, though it misfires in a couple areas that lessen its impact.
Those who can weather the challenge will have the time of their (after)lives in this gorgeous, substantial first-person adventure.
Things are looking up in the Japanese killing game sequel that improves on its predecessor in several key areas.
This visual novel-style Japanese thriller is light on challenge but worth a spin for story-driven adventure fans.
An easy-going finale with a hectic pace, this represents the series apex in many key ways, making the full trilogy required gaming for adventure fans.
You'll need to carefully couch your questions in this flawed but compelling keyword-driven FMV mystery.
Riddle us this: What has great production values, compelling characters, hard decisions, and mind-numbingly easy gameplay?
Daedalic's impressive adaptation of the epic historical novel goes from strength to strength, raising anticipation for the two parts remaining.
Blending exploration, puzzle-solving and light action, this island excursion proves that platforming adventures are far from washed up.
Though its gameplay is largely weightless, Fullbright's new character-driven sci-fi adventure is a compelling tale set far from home.
More stealth-survival than puzzle-platformer, this intensely creepy side-scroller is sure to feed your horror craving.
A lifetime of memories are revisited in this thoughtful, introspective odyssey that bridges past and present.
This four-part anthology of horror vignettes blending '80s-era environments and text is one of the stranger things in the genre these days.
This Japanese thriller aims for a truly unique gameplay experience, but is sometimes guilty of overkill.
Although failing to properly meld its story and gameplay, this physics puzzler is a solid Portal clone in formula if not execution.