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Its charming presentation will suck you in, but the fun begins to break down before the end of this five-part sci-fi adventure.
We offer a tip of our cap to this charming 1920s point-and-click murder mystery with a delightfully old-timey look and feel.
This maze-like sci-fi puzzler earns a passing grade but trades in richer gameplay opportunity for unwelcome survival elements.
This curious mash-up of sci-fi thriller and old-fashioned train mystery would be more than okay if not for its tediously repetitive mini-games.
The charming 2017 noir adventure comes out of hibernation with a short but charming DLC prequel episode.
This Her Story-like exploration of a controversial real-world murder conviction is an intriguing concept that lacks the necessary bite to be memorable.
This short first-person adventure is missing the right ingredients for an engaging casual puzzle experience.
Apart from a few questionable design decisions, this highly amusing fantasy adventure lovingly sticks it to King's Quest while establishing a charming style all its own.
The new FMV database investigation from the creator of Her Story is bigger and bolder, though honestly it loses a little something in its over-reaching ambition.
This mind-bending VR physics puzzler swaps story for gameplay but cleverly ensures you'll keep coming back for more.
Its survival elements can clash with the leisurely visual novel-style adventuring, but this complex genre-blending dragon simulator really soars in its world-building and storytelling.
Nearly three decades later, the indie sequel to Sierra's renowned historical adventure is seriously undermined by its weak production values and pan-worthy gameplay.
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.