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This mobile adventure promises big things, but its overly casual design dampens the experience.
Perhaps more than ever, the season's gut-wrenching penultimate episode is a thrilling roller coaster ride of life and death.
The commercial Collector's Edition bundle is a great way to get your foot in the door of this riveting four-part retro horror series.
This flawed but amusing indie retro adventure provides a lighter take on the usual sci-fi tropes.
The early promise of this casual adventure proves to be fool's gold of simplistic gameplay and a colourless story.
The middle installment carves out a slow character-driven drama before ramping up to a mind-blowing conclusion.
This lite Parisian Layton clone looks great but lumbers along with repetitive puzzles and an irrelevant story.
Revolution's two-part globetrotting sequel is now complete, successfully triumphing over the curse of high expectations.
Interested in an exclusive mobile Western mobile that abandons its parodist premise for absurd humour and tedious gameplay? Anyone?
The second episode comes together with a wealth of difficult choices, making it a no-brainer for series fans.
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Puzzle lovers will feel right at home in this casual fantasy sequel that sacrifices story for gameplay.
Its puzzles may be suspect, but never enough to bog down this thoroughly charming investigative adventure.
This darkly atmospheric fairy tale adventure is charming in its simplicity, but one sound puzzle after another looms in your path.
With the Dracula series recently returning from the dead, we unearthed the vampire's earliest adventure for some long-overdue reflection.