Quantic Dream's gorgeously cinematic neo-noir android thriller misfires on the larger story beats but nails the more choice-driven personal moments.
Our diagnosis: The horror-themed VR pseudo-prequel to Until Dawn is afflicted by both story and gameplay deficiencies.
Walking a mile in Henry David Thoreau's shoes proves to be more of a tedious chore than an inspiring transcendental experience.
The Caped Crusader's second season doesn't pack the same punch as its predecessor, but does save the best for last.
A gritty police procedural takes over from the campy horror of Until Dark, providing thrilling multiplayer fun but still without much actual player control.
The second season stays true to the source material, but isn’t likely to build much interest outside of diehard series fans.
While not quite reaching the heights of its predecessor, To the Moon fans won't regret their time with this thoughtful character-driven sequel.
You'll flit through these two short but lovely explorations of serene pastoral settings without ever having to walk away.
In lieu of traditional adventuring, player choice drives this cinematically impressive interactive live-action crime movie.
This entertaining wintry survival adventure is a breeze to live through, though it misfires in a couple areas that lessen its impact.
Riddle us this: What has great production values, compelling characters, hard decisions, and mind-numbingly easy gameplay?
The zombie survivor franchise is still alive with plenty of bite, though the third season covers a lot of familiar ground.
This stylish slacker drama branches into intriguing darker themes, but is too rooted in aimless repetition to build any momentum.
This creative, emotionally powerful exploration of a family's tragic past soars to impressive storytelling heights.
The revived Japanese port is bigger and gorier than ever, though more an old-school visual novel than interactive adventure.