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The colourful cartoon trilogy picks up where it left off with another trashy, fun-filled adventure, but it recycles some of its predecessor's problems.
Peering into a troubled child's mind is an entertaining spectacle once again, but there's less to see and do this time around.
Daedalic's trash-filled romantic comedy is largely a treasure, using every old-school trick at its disposal.
It may be light on gameplay, but this poignant interactive drama rockets to the top of the list of emotionally powerful adventures.
This beautiful lite puzzler begins with a bang, but its tedious gameplay might have you whimpering before the end.
The new horror game from the creators of Penumbra is an even more terrifying journey that you'll surely never forget.
The season ends on a high note, with a rousing finale worthy of the Monkey Island legacy.
The penultimate tale makes a strong case for itself with bold story twists, but a few key issues might raise some objections.
Now feeling right at home with Monkey Island, Telltale raises the bar to new heights in an episode deep within the sea.
The second episode sails along with more pirate adventurey goodness, but can't quite summon greatness just yet.
The debut Monkey Island episode shows the franchise revival is in good hands, but a few issues nearly slip through its poxed fingers.
The word is out on this improved sequel that seems destined to be another cult hit among fans of the original.
The third and final Phoenix Wright adventure stands accused of being the best Ace Attorney game to date.
The verdict is in: Capcom has whipped up another fine Phoenix Wright DS adventure.
This smouldering new adventure touches down at last, hoping to set the genre on fire.