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The second installment is an improvement on its predecessor, though its story and puzzles are still treading water at the halfway point.
Two decades later, a whole new generation of gamers will be charmed by the remake of Jane Jensen's classic.
Puzzle lovers may want to bag this seasonal casual adventure that serves up plenty of brainteasing goodies.
As Gorey as it is gory, this pen-and-ink adventure is a psychological horror lover's dream, though you won't lose any sleep over its gameplay.
The reimagined 1987 classic blends a fresh new look and sound with faithfully punishing old-school sensibilities.
Though its puzzles can't always seal the deal, this retro-styled historical adventure is often a roaring good time.
The enhanced edition of this interplanetary sci-fi puzzler can be probed more deeply and enjoyably than ever.
This supernatural mystery soars in story and production values, but is dragged down to earth by its plodding gameplay.
The tension heats up as the weather cools down, though the season concludes with a tepid finale with a dramatic final choice.
Though the comedy is dialed down, the middle installment of this enjoyable African-themed adventure picks up right where the last one left off.
Prepare to meet your maker time and time again in this brutally and often unfairly challenging resource management simulator.
This quirky indie series debut only toys with its potential, without ever pouncing on the opportunity.
Infamy may not be better than glory, but this retro-styled adventure-RPG hybrid holds its own as a fairly entertaining nostalgia romp.
Perhaps more than ever, the season's gut-wrenching penultimate episode is a thrilling roller coaster ride of life and death.
The commercial Collector's Edition bundle is a great way to get your foot in the door of this riveting four-part retro horror series.