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It's rough around the edges, but there's plenty of style and substance to this timely single player adventure that feels like a two-player co-op experience.
This unique hybrid is a mind-blowing collision of FMV adventure and resource management, but its rough edges are something to think twice about.
Though light on outright scares, this atmospheric sci-fi thriller set on Mars may be the most cosmic Lovecraftian horror adventure ever, and a compelling one at that.
Maybe this beautiful side-scrolling adventure would have been better if it had delved more deeply into its dual-timeline mechanics and other promising ideas.
This escape room-style puzzler based around the seven deadly sins is so superficially fleshed-out that it doesn't even qualify as a guilty pleasure.
Our shared diagnosis of Coma and Fever explores two surreal adventures that will either appeal to your sense of the absurd or threaten to blow your mind.
Something is good in the state of Denmark, as this time-looping mystery based on Hamlet is an impressive narrative adventure, though the pursuit of multiple endings yields diminishing returns.
The horror sequel has plenty more atmospheric jump scares, but a weak story and balance issues should prevent it from becoming the cult hit its predecessor was.
While light on gameplay, this text-driven interactive travelogue will leave you yearning for a riveting globetrotting adventure of your own.
With this charming, stylish side-scroller, the first of hopefully many more adventures for an intrepid young heroine is in the books, brilliantly blending murder mystery and character drama.
This slick-looking point-and-click adventure through the underworld ends up being one heck of a disappointment due to its awful translation, poorly-clued puzzles and failed attempts at humour.
This blend of survival horror, adventure, modern day office satire and retro-style visuals is just so crazy that it not only works, it does so brilliantly.
Amanita pulls an ace out of its sleeve with this short but delightfully charming adventure with a highly replayable card-based gameplay mechanic.
This dual-narrative side-scroller is intriguingly atmospheric but is over so quickly it burns itself out before coalescing into a satisfying whole.
Despite its slick production values, where this first-person horror adventure breaks down is that it’s just not very scary or interactive enough to maintain suspense.