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Though beautiful in flight, this open-world PS4 exclusive can't weather its intentionally obtuse design and a relative lack of gameplay.
Alice & Smith deliver a slick, substantial cyberwarfare spin-off in The Black Watchmen universe for those who can hack its complexities.
This reimagining of a 15-year-old cult freeware hit represents an intriguing jump to 3D whose design decisions can't quite stick the landing.
Raising far more questions than it answers, this first-person environmental puzzler may be set on an alien world, but its many challenges will leave fans of similar games feeling right at home.
This Lovecraft-inspired point-and-click adventure summons forth a gorgeous but narratively confusing tale of comedy cosmic horror.
Video did NOT kill the radio star, as this short but unique audio-themed adventure will have you thoroughly tuned into its engaging conceit while it lasts.
Beneath the shallow gameplay of this gorgeous EA Original is a captivating metaphorical tale of struggling with personal demons.
Not just another traditional fantasy adventure, this is a charming and pretty darn good point-and-click indie debut.
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.
This surreal world-hopping adventure doesn't always connect, but let's call it a qualified success for its intriguing atmosphere and most unusual mechanics.
It's not very deep, but the constant stream of quips and gags should make it worth shelling out for this amusing little marine-themed adventure.
Whoa! The enhanced remake of an already delightful comic pirate adventure is well worth forking over a few bucks to enjoy.
Frogwares' Lovecraftian action-adventure is somewhat dragged down by its own ambition, but ultimately emerges as an enjoyably atmospheric thriller.
Delve beneath the minimalist pixel art and you'll catch a fun and surprisingly challenging little sci-fi indie adventure.
The horror sequel gets a slick new setting but feels like more of the same house of horrors experience with little story clarity and even less gameplay.