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This collaborative tech-noir mystery from the creators of Kathy Rain and The Samaritan Paradox is a finely-tuned sophomore effort for both.
Fresh off his biggest success, we caught up with the acclaimed indie designer to talk Unavowed, Technobabylon 2 and the move to 3D.
There was adventure aplenty at London's biggest games event, and we journeyed far and wide to be close to the action.
Revived from the grave itself, the four-part series by Telltale and Skybound is a welcome send-off that provides a worthy closure for its beloved protagonist's story.
This real-time spy thriller will keep you busy sneaking and snooping around an hour at a time, but is tripped up by some troublesome mechanical and narrative issues.
With a pair of British Academy awards to match his earlier Aggies, we caught up with the acclaimed designer backstage to discuss his impressive achievement.
With Red Thread's atmospheric narrative adventure nearly ready to spring to life, we caught up with the studio's acclaimed writer/designer to learn more.
Listen closely as we rev up the hype on the upcoming adventure from the creators of Kathy Rain and The Samaritan Paradox.
Oh, the tales the videos tell in Gamewalker's giant compilation of trailers for April's upcoming adventures.
The man of the hour is the Director of the highly-anticipated horror series The Dark Pictures Anthology.
Crikey, this short, simple retro-styled adventure presents a hilariously snarky slice of life in a quaint and quirky British town.
Holding people's fates in your hands is something of a mixed blessing in this ambitious but uneven choice-driven visual novel.
Capcom's beloved defense attorney returns for a high-stakes, surprisingly emotional trilogy-ending courtroom adventure that no series fan will object to.
Nearly halfway through, we're still oscillating on this socially conscious, seven-part series set in a fantasy version of the Roaring Twenties.
Look before you leap into this surreal 3D puzzle-platformer, as its suffers a few misfires in its Portal-like approach.