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There's no rest for Carol Reed in her seventeenth Swedish adventure, a compelling new mystery that refuses to pull any emotional punches.
You'll need to forgive a number of oddly charming weaknesses to appreciate this point-and-click adventure in all its bleakly atmospheric glory.
Pendulo's twisty but uneven psychological thriller is sure to mess with your mind, though it bears little similarity to the famed director's classic that inspired it.
The latest installment by Deck Nine is one of the series' best and most beautiful, at times light and joyful and at other times hitting you right in the feels.
This side-scrolling cyberpunk pixel art adventure sure looks enticing, but both gameplay and storytelling issues may prove harder to digest.
An impressive series of individual vignettes pave the way for a compelling if politically heavy-handed character-driven road trip adventure.
This comic western adventure unfortunately shoots itself in the foot with tedious fetch quests and paper-thin story and characters.
More an educational tour than full-fledged adventure, one night's patrol in remote Antarctica is nevertheless worth a look for those who enjoy more subtle narrative experiences.
An engaging portal mechanic in this gorgeous side-scrolling adventure ties the challenging action and puzzle elements together brilliantly.
This stylish interactive comic is destined to be remembered more for unfulfilled potential than its clever word-manipulation conceit.
There isn't much challenge parceled out, but this beautiful mountain town adventure delivers a wonderfully relaxing, thought-provoking experience.
Supermassive comes out firing in its choice-driven horror game set during the Iraq War, but it's the characters and storytelling that make it rise above its predecessors.
This delightfully surreal black-and-white adventure is richly atmospheric, though you'll have to grin and bear some unfortunate gameplay choices.
As similar as it is to the beloved To the Moon, the latest series installment is very much its own distinctive construction in a number of surprising ways.
A slick graphic novel-style story presentation can't escape the tedium of its side-scrolling action in this gritty neo-noir thriller.