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The comic Russian adventure trilogy is complete, but the finale takes a long, meandering, often frustrating route to reach the end.
The hammer comes down on this comic Russian adventure sequel that's as rushed as it is frequently nonsensical.
We're left feeling ambivalent about the transhumanist sci-fi adventure that hinders fascinating themes with an unfocused story, and a unique presentation with underwhelming gameplay.
This unique cyberpunk thriller finds the right combination of hacking sim and text adventuring with visual and audio enhancements.
The Quest for Glory creators are back, showing they're still at the head of the class for classic-styled adventure-RPG hybrids.
Although dragged down by several gameplay frustrations, the charming macroworld "ANTrilogy" is off to a gorgeous start.
Although plagued somewhat by story clichés, this otherwise compelling conspiracy adventure is well worth looking into.
Start 'em young! It's a humongous three-in-one round-up of popular children's series for 3-8 year olds.
The sci-fi trilogy's middle installment goes in some thought-provoking narrative directions, though it's wrapped around more combat than its side-scrolling predecessor.
The indie British series debut is a compelling character study, though its lingering technical issues are sure to raise some protests.
This short, unique mockumentary-style pixel art adventure stands head(s) and shoulders above many of its longer contemporaries.
This unique co-op puzzler presents a welcome multiplayer experience, though there's no escaping the limitations beyond its core conceit.
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