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This entertaining lite adventure rises above its haunted house premise with a wide array of ghostly past lives to explore.
It isn't much meatier, but the second installment is just as raunchy and funny as its predecessor.
This surreal experimental indie is intriguing at first, but the lack of gameplay or coherent story is a blunt force blow to its interactive photographic experience.
The new fantasy adventure from Cateia had lofty potential but settles for a shallow casual experience.
Monster folklore and puzzles abound in a remote Bavarian castle, but the hopes for a compelling mystery are rather grim.
Nelson Tethers returns in a richly atmospheric puzzling sequel, but its serious design problems can't be covered up.
Marty and Doc's episodic adventure winds up where it started, finishing the season on a high note.
With impressive production, gameplay, and story enhancements, AGDI's updated remake of Sierra's classic is sure to hold you in its spell.
You might dig this comic mole-themed adventure for its oddball style, but its flat humour and poor puzzle design make it tempting to resist.
Fighting global climate change has never been this cool, as Daedalic's inspired eco-thriller is as fun as it frightening.
The disappointing final installment is full of frustrating design elements that make it awfully hard to digest.
This beautiful lite puzzler begins with a bang, but its tedious gameplay might have you whimpering before the end.
The uninspired fourth episode is a step back to the oh-so-familiar territory that we've seen so often already.
The unique physics-based puzzler series closes the gap on perfection with a near-flawless sequel.
There are plenty of high points in this monstrous comic adventure, though it doesn't quite measure up to its top billing.