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Double Fine's long-awaited two-part adventure is now complete, forming a truly memorable whole.
Hugo Pratt's comic antihero comes to life in a puzzlingly casual adventure experience.
Where it fits along genre lines isn't black and white, but this stylish haunted house survival thriller has terrifying atmosphere to burn.
The debut episode doesn't offer much mystery, but plenty of nosy explorating through a Victorian era cartoon London.
The epic fantasy sequel is pregnant with quests and quips and stunning production values, if not quite delivering the same story quality as its esteemed predecessor.
The art style provides a visual feast, but a casual approach hurts this macabre adventure somewhat.
Faithful to every last dead end fault, the 2014 remake does little to enrich the original Sierra classic.
This two-part, post-apocalyptic adventure took its time reaching completion, but the final result was well worth the wait.
The second installment is an improvement on its predecessor, though its story and puzzles are still treading water at the halfway point.
Two decades later, a whole new generation of gamers will be charmed by the remake of Jane Jensen's classic.
The reimagined 1987 classic blends a fresh new look and sound with faithfully punishing old-school sensibilities.
This supernatural mystery soars in story and production values, but is dragged down to earth by its plodding gameplay.
The tension heats up as the weather cools down, though the season concludes with a tepid finale with a dramatic final choice.
Prepare to meet your maker time and time again in this brutally and often unfairly challenging resource management simulator.
War may be hell, but this unique WWI-themed side-scrolling adventure brings out the best of its dramatic potential.