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This unique co-op puzzler presents a welcome multiplayer experience, though there's no escaping the limitations beyond its core conceit.
In this comparative review with SIMULACRA, we touch on a pair of surprisingly different spiritual sequels dialed into the investigative phone sim formula.
Emphasizing atmosphere over in-depth gameplay, this first-person exploration adventure is probably worth a quick visit for sci-fi fans.
A clever melding of sci-fi with Lewis Carroll's classic is greatly undermined by VR technical issues that will leave players mad as a hatter.
The three-part prequel can't weather its narrative problems to meet the expectations set by its acclaimed predecessor.
Far from traditional, this unique sound-mixing adventure should score highly with would-be amateur music producers.
Industry legend Bob Bates hasn't lost his IF magic, conjuring up a funny modern day text adventure for today's adventure gamer.
While not quite reaching the heights of its predecessor, To the Moon fans won't regret their time with this thoughtful character-driven sequel.
This gorgeous open-world adventure soars to impressive heights, but is brought down by repetitive puzzles with challenging platforming sequences.
This experimental indie blends graphic and text adventuring in a unique way, but can't quite seem to figure out what it wants to say.
The gothic horror series reboot is steeped in gloomy atmosphere but is cursed by clumsy controls and poor 3D implementation.
Though light on story and gameplay, this picturesque little adventure delivers abundantly in charm, spirit and eye candy.
A horrific future has rarely looked so good in this intense, richly atmospheric cyberpunk mystery.
Though not everything’s the bee’s knees, the Homestuck web comic adaptation gets off to a promising, gorgeous episodic debut.
Served up in distinct bite-sized cases, this retro-styled supernatural comedy anthology offers six delightful occult mysteries to solve.