Our coverage of interactive experiences that heavily prioritize narrative over gameplay.
The Walking Dead: Michonne review
The now-completed three-part miniseries has a compelling protagonist, but the formula may be starting to outlive its welcome.
Knee Deep review
The unique swamp noir theater mystery takes the final plunge with a bizarre third act performance.
Minecraft: Story Mode review
Building on Mojang's colourful world, Telltale's five-part season is now complete, with one bridge piece left over for expansion.
That Dragon, Cancer review
Pulling no punches, this exploration of one family's courageous battle against terminal illness is a deeply moving experience.
The slickly presented, narrative-driven horror story is effectively tuned into the authentic teenage experience
Be on the lookout for this rich character-driven journey, even if some of its smouldering promise is snuffed out along the way.
This raw, dark and disturbing story-driven experience cuts to the bone of child abuse and mental illness.
Caffeine: Episode One review
This three-part sci-fi exploration series barely begins percolating with a debut installment that doesn't fully mine its premise.
Sun Dogs review
This unique text exploration of a transhumanist future feels coolly detached but largely stellar in execution.
Game of Thrones review
The House Forrester saga comes to a head in the dramatic season finale, though a key story branch gets lost in the woods.
The Park review
Funcom's Secret World spin-off is a short but effectively creepy horror ride driven by story rather than gameplay.
Tales from the Borderlands review
The final episode pays off handsomely in a wonderful series short on gameplay but packing loads of narrative punch.
Beyond Eyes review
This lovely watercolour journey demonstrates how beauty can still be in the eye of the beholder even when the beholder is blind.
There are no living people or puzzles to find, but there's a mystery to uncover by those who see the light in this gorgeous open world PS4 exclusive.
Home is Where One Starts review
Those who enjoy puzzle-free exploration games may find themselves drawn home once again.