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It's rough around the edges, but there's plenty of style and substance to this timely single player adventure that feels like a two-player co-op experience.
This unique hybrid is a mind-blowing collision of FMV adventure and resource management, but its rough edges are something to think twice about.
Though light on outright scares, this atmospheric sci-fi thriller set on Mars may be the most cosmic Lovecraftian horror adventure ever, and a compelling one at that.
Flitting from one gameplay style to another, this short recollection of childhood memories can be entertaining but never settles long enough to find the sweet spot.
Taking many detours through alternating dimensions, this challenging environmental expedition will continually lead to a good time for a puzzle fans.
Supermassive's first cross-platform release launches The Dark Pictures Anthology with a splash, once again favouring fright-filled atmosphere over a deeper gameplay experience.
Beneath the shallow gameplay of this gorgeous EA Original is a captivating metaphorical tale of struggling with personal demons.
This unique time-looping, death-defying space odyssey makes for fascinating exploration, though you'll need an endless amount of patience to fully appreciate it.
Frogwares' Lovecraftian action-adventure is somewhat dragged down by its own ambition, but ultimately emerges as an enjoyably atmospheric thriller.
Red Thread's "fjord noir" adventure is a gorgeous yet haunting exploratory mystery that's undermined by disappointingly few answers.
An otherwise decent Tesla-inspired thriller is held back somewhat by watered-down gameplay and horror elements.
This point-and-click political satire pulls out all the stops in delivering a highly polished and thoroughly entertaining experience.
This first-person sci-fi series begins a voyage of discovery that leads nowhere fast in its debut installment.
Revived from the grave itself, the four-part series by Telltale and Skybound is a welcome send-off that provides a worthy closure for its beloved protagonist's story.
This real-time spy thriller will keep you busy sneaking and snooping around an hour at a time, but is tripped up by some troublesome mechanical and narrative issues.