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The Last Time review

For a good time, you'll want to play this short but touching story- and choice-driven retro adventure more than once.

Syberia 3 review

The long-awaited series revival breaks what wasn't broken before, suffering from disappointing design and mechanical failures alike.

Xbox OnePS4PCMac May 8, 2017

A Sierra Retrospective: Part 1 - The Pioneers of Adventure

Our new ongoing feature gets underway, pulling back the first curtain on the genre's most influential company from the golden era.

All May 5, 2017

Mr. Shadow review

This beautiful Samorost-style indie puzzler is delightfully surreal, but its more illogical puzzles are anything but child's play.

PCMacLinux May 3, 2017

The Wardrobe review

This (re-)animated comic adventure is packed with fun pop culture references, along with a few puzzle skeletons best left in the closet.

PCMacLinux May 1, 2017

Following Freeware: March 2017 releases

We've sniffed around the indie adventure scene in our dogged pursuit to find a little something for every one of you.

PCMacLinuxFreeware Apr 28, 2017

Blackwood Crossing review

This surreal 3D adventure is just the ticket for fans of story-driven, esoteric experiences with rich underlying themes.

Xbox OnePS4PC Apr 26, 2017

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series - Episode One: Tangled Up in Blue review

Telltale's latest episodic series comes out gunning, though for now it hasn't reached the heights of its big screen counterpart.

Among the Innocent: A Stricken Tale review

This sharp-looking South African first-person mystery is guilty of being short on both atmosphere and proper puzzle implementation.

PC Apr 21, 2017

Elena: Displaced Reality review

This single-apartment interactive mystery can't really fulfill its Gone Home-style environmental storytelling promise.

HTC ViveOculus RiftPC Apr 19, 2017

Escape from Pleasure Planet review

This sci-fi adventure tastefully introduces its LGBTQ-friendly message, but its thin story and hodgepodge of frustrating minigames cause a world of hurt.

PCMacLinux Apr 17, 2017

A Look at Graphics: Lighting the Way

In our ongoing exploration of videogame art, Ben Chandler illuminates a very basic principle we so often take for granted.

All Apr 14, 2017

CAYNE: A STASIS Story review

The surprisingly meaty sci-fi prequel to STASIS raises the bar for freeware adventures, delivering another stellar sci-fi horror experience.

PCMacLinuxFreeware Apr 12, 2017

Midvinter review

Fending off trolls in 19th century Sweden isn't much of a chore in this short but beautiful adventure based on Scandinavian folklore.

Apr 10, 2017

Tim Schafer – Double Fine interview

In a rare idle moment, we caught up with the legendary designer to talk remasters, rhombuses, sad endings and happy horizons.

PS VitaPS4PCMac Apr 7, 2017

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