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The epic fantasy sequel is pregnant with quests and quips and stunning production values, if not quite delivering the same story quality as its esteemed predecessor.
The art style provides a visual feast, but a casual approach hurts this macabre adventure somewhat.
It looks and sounds super, but the giant-sized dialogues overpower all else in this three-part comic adventure.
Back from the land of the dead, what was already a masterpiece is now a remasterpiece for all adventure fans to enjoy.
This beautiful first-person puzzler looks and plays like a surreal dream, but neither its story nor puzzles will put much demand on your frontal lobe.
Its looks slick and gags abound, but this raunchy Groundhog Day-style adventure isn't much more fun than a week's worth of Mondays.
The lovable purple convertible blazed the trail for Humongous's junior adventures, though its formula was later lapped by improved sequels.
Faithful to every last dead end fault, the 2014 remake does little to enrich the original Sierra classic.
This unnumbered sequel unearths nothing new, instead offering a maze of fetch quests, patrolling monsters and horror clichés.
Croteam gets serious with an inspired, Portal-styled sci-fi puzzler that will challenge you both intellectually and emotionally.
This delightfully charming hand-modeled adventure is sure to brighten any puzzle-lover's day, though its story is only paper-thin.
The penultimate episode of this excellent indie claymation series is the best, longest, and gutsiest so far.
The teen sleuth's Greek mystery plays like a familiar chorus, but it's undermined by some tragic puzzle tedium and disorienting storylines.
Andrew Plotkin's sci-fi opus hits on all the right formulas for a brilliant text adventure experience.
Far more story than game, this short but sweet tale from the developer of To the Moon really soars in its poignant simplicity.