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This commercial indie adventure seamlessly weaves eye-popping visuals and solid gameplay into an intriguing yarn.
You'll breeze through its speakeasy puzzles, but the second episode is another fun ride back to 1930s Hill Valley.
This vampiric casual adventure will suck you in before it's even dawned on you that you're playing a hidden object hybrid.
The ambitious FMV space opera has plenty of stellar moments, but it's dragged down by an awkward interface and questionable design decisions.
The Doctor's season finale is the deepest episode yet, but some key problems eat away at the enjoyment.
The first two episodes of this unique claymation adventure set the mold for a promising five-part indie series.
Twenty-five years after the first movie, the beloved series returns with a bang, feeling like it was never gone.
The latest Nancy Drew mystery offers a cultural taste of exotic Japan, though some tedious activities should have been taken out.
It may not glitter visually, but the fourth RHEM adventure once again offers a whole world of challenging puzzles to piece together.
Many souls are at stake as you blaze a haunting trail through the centuries in this compelling casual murder mystery.
This extremely short and disappointing third Doctor Who episode is much smaller than it looks from the outside.
There’s lots of room for improvement in this casual thriller, as its simple gameplay and muddled storyline don't register much interest.
The chilling plot makes for an improved second installment, but its simplicity bleeds out some of the fun.
The new horror game from the creators of Penumbra is an even more terrifying journey that you'll surely never forget.
The dramatic season finale is a wild romp that ends on a high note.