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Those willing to overlook a lack of gameplay will find a darkly compelling live-action thriller with plenty of replay value.
Our monthly trailer compilation ensures you won't forget about another great group of promising new releases due out this month.
More action-oriented and rough around the edges, the extremely graphic sequel to Lust for Darkness should still fulfill any deep yearning for erotic horror thrills.
This slickly designed sci-fi adventure sure looks good, but there's little to push it above and beyond to a better-rounded experience.
Tex Murphy's past, present and future are all explored in depth with the creative director of the upcoming 25th Anniversary remaster of The Pandora Directive.
This visual novel-styled murder mystery shows promise in its two-player co-op conceit, but will leave you questioning why more wasn't done with it.
Its relative ease and a few rough edges may threaten to drive you crazy, but this conspiracy-tinged thriller is an otherwise enjoyable stealth-adventure hybrid.
This gorgeous neo-noir animal mystery leaves plenty to chew on as it transforms into a genre-breaking art house adventure.
Feast your eyes on this latest collection of upcoming adventure game samplers, available only until June 22nd in the summer Steam festival.
The Sierra legend talks sex, sax, and other saucy subjects in a fun half-hour chat with Weird Adventure Gaming's Joshua Cleveland.
First came the pandemic lockdown, followed by this modest little FMV sci-fi mystery whose scenic French village is the one thing you're sure to look back on fondly.
Though playtime is cut understandably short, this lovely hand-designed papercraft adventure unfolds with abundant charm.
Though filled with challenging science-based puzzles, this beautiful but methodical edutainment adventure is a bit too laborious to unlock its full potential.
What a big review we have of this lovely fairy tale adventure, all the better to fill you in on this charming Groundhog Day-style reimagining of The Wizard of Oz.
Casting aside the traditional whodunit formula, inkle's splashy new adventure is a delightfully fun and highly replayable shipboard murder blame game.