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This isometric puzzler provides plenty of time-wasting fun, but only if you're able to power through its poorly implemented controls.
It may be too short to leave a lasting impression, but this lovely dark fantasy adventure provides a fun little break from reality to fill a couple hours.
The cracks begin to show right away in a dual-personality thriller that never really reflects the high standards we've come to expect from the creator of Life Is Strange.
It doesn't reproduce the same culture shock of the original, but the Freelance Police look, sound, and play better than ever in this modern makeover of their first episodic season.
Though it's relatively easy, this charming alliance of retro-styled presentation and comedic supernatural WWII thriller will ultimately win you over with its zany plot and characters.
This beautifully hand-painted hybrid shatters genre norms with a near-even and equally compelling split of classic adventuring and turn-based RPG combat.
This retro-styled adventure tries hard to ape its LucasArts inspiration, but it all goes up in smoke due to a number of major design issues.
To all appearances, this genuinely unnerving, surprisingly substantial supernatural thriller is like the spiritual successor to P.T. that horror fans have been waiting for.
Though it's haunted by technical issues, this short and charming cartoon adventure gets its gorgeous animation oh-so-right.
Though far from a traditional puzzle game, multiplayer fans in particular will get a kick out of the co-op mode in this cute little robot action-adventure.
Contrary to its grim-sounding title, this spirited little island adventure offers an insightful examination and celebration of life.
It doesn't look or sound much like sci-fi or feel very scary, but this slow-starting side-scroller does offer a taste of paranormal drama that builds towards a satisfying conclusion.
This lovely JRPG-styled adventure puts forward several clever multigenerational time-looping ideas, though some of the same underlying issues keep coming back.
This brief CIA archive research adventure has an interesting basic premise but in execution its reach ends up exceeding its grasp.
This lovely side-scroller has plenty of soul to go with its bittersweet love story and clever dual-dimension puzzles.