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This brief, beautiful nature excursion soars above its bigger-budget contemporaries with a charming presentation and surprisingly rewarding gameplay.
The verdict is in: This beautiful French Revolution era judicial sim has plenty of intriguing elements but some of the fun is lost in the constant gameplay upheaval.
Things are looking up for whodunit fans, as Detective Grimoire is back with another painterly, puzzle-filled mystery to unravel, and this time he's got company.
Time is not on the side of this beautiful but somewhat superficial post-apocalyptic adventure that barely scratches the surface of the important questions it raises.
In this two-games-in-one review, we highlight a pair of delightful adventures you'll surely want to leap right into for a double-dose of charming animal fun.
The long-awaited new installment burns brightest in its story and character interactions, but is guilty of leaving a few rough edges and neglecting gameplay in the process.
The five-part second season may be less-heralded than the first, but its deeply emotional tale between two brothers on the run ranks right up there with its stranger predecessor.
This unabashedly challenging but surprisingly poignant sci-fi adventure shines like a beacon for technically-inclined puzzle lovers.
Here we go again to a castle in the north with a new and improved third game in this engaging co-op puzzle-adventure series for two players.
This beautifully artistic adaptation is light on gameplay but faithfully captures the spirit of Mary Shelley's classic novel creation.
While showing discernible signs of its indie origins, this puzzle-filled FMV sequel marks a welcome return visit to Stauf's mansion more than a quarter century after the original.
This unique hybrid is a mind-blowing collision of FMV adventure and resource management, but its rough edges are something to think twice about.
This escape room-style puzzler based around the seven deadly sins is so superficially fleshed-out that it doesn't even qualify as a guilty pleasure.
Our shared diagnosis of Coma and Fever explores two surreal adventures that will either appeal to your sense of the absurd or threaten to blow your mind.