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It won't be for everyone, but those who enjoy surreal stories and modern art should have no reservations about Cosmo D's quirky first commercial foray into the Off-Peak universe.
This puzzling sci-fi sequel shines brighter than its predecessor with increased gameplay variety and character interaction, though it fades in the end with another lack of closure.
This impressively atmospheric pixel art adventure about dealing with agoraphobia gets the most out of its confined environment and limited play time.
There are plenty of strong elements in this unique supernatural detective mystery, but its ease and streamlined approach barely give them a chance to come out in force.
A few questionable gameplay issues come home to roost, but there's far more to crow about in this stylishly tasty black and white buddy cop animal-noir mystery.
This imaginative, beautifully realized open-world murder mystery will be heaven-sent for those who enjoy the freedom to investigate at will.
Would that this atmospheric sci-fi drama were the revolutionary advancement it promised to be, but it's still a moving, polished psychological thriller.
Don't doubt that the second installment of this postapocalyptic sci-fi series is another quality adventure, but any sign of closure remains elusively off in the distance.
This serene Celtic-themed puzzler is pleasant while it lasts, so long as you can weather the needlessly extended treks through the snow to get to the good parts.
It may be flush with crude humour, but this dream-based puzzle-adventure is otherwise an entertaining, highly interactive tale of two people (and a car).
This classic-styled adventure starts out a charming cure for whatever might ail you, though the lack of proper ending will surely fail to quench anyone's thirst.
This vibrant isometric sci-fi adventure is clearly for puzzle fans who enjoy a challenge, though it's undermined somewhat by repetitive gameplay.
Though not quite as scary as its acclaimed predecessor, Frictional's long-awaited sequel still delivers plenty of high-quality, narrative-rich horror that is sure to give you cold sweats.
Delve your way through its near-impenetrable darkness and you'll find an entertaining RPG-styled adventure that any fan of retro horror games should love.
The first commercial installment in this graphic novel-styled series is beautiful but ultimately ground down by weak writing and a number of mounting design issues.