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If it ain't broke, don't fix it, as Amanita's mechanical masterpiece is firing on all cylinders.
If you were stranded alone on a deserted island with only one adventure to play, Kheops Studio's latest just might be the one.
There is indeed still life left in this popular franchise, but the sequel's compelling story includes some torturous gameplay frustrations.
This indie puzzle-based adventure shows worlds of promise, but its limited gameplay will leave many ready to turn the page.
Though more casual than a traditional adventure, the new "story game" from the Tex Murphy creators deals plenty of aces.
The highly-acclaimed adventure hasn't lost its edge in this enhanced port version for the Nintendo DS.
The action heats up in the SBCG4AP season finale, but still leaves a little potential smouldering in its wake.
For fans of well-crafted historical adventures, there's a new future purchase now written in the stars.
In this homemade movie that's more cutting room than cutting edge, the fourth SBCG4AP episode is as easy as 1-too?-3.
A little rocky at the start, the third episode gets on a roll in this battle for musical supremacy.
This download-only expansion pack marks the end for Penumbra, but it's levels removed from its predecessors.
Strong Bad secedes where lesser characters fail, but the gameplay remains anything but taxing.
The long-dormant Dracula series revives at last with a solid new adventure, but those thirsting for blood may find it a little dry.
This erotic FMV thriller is more schlock than shock, but there's perverse pleasure to be had for horror fans.
The new episodic series from Telltale comes out swinging in a lightweight adventure with plenty of punch.