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This surreal 3D adventure is just the ticket for fans of story-driven, esoteric experiences with rich underlying themes.
Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick's latest opus stands proudly with the classics of a genre they helped pioneer decades ago.
Limbo’s superb puzzle-platforming spiritual successor will pull you in and not let go from start to glorious end.
The Sony exclusive visual novel-adventure has a compelling mystery premise but can't quite deliver on its narrative potential.
Much like its multiple timelines, Pendulo's solid but uneven prequel/sequel takes a few steps forward, a couple steps back.
Beneath its absurdist comedy flavouring is a surprisingly traditional adventure with plenty of surreal twists and turns.
The Bat-season is now complete, exposing both the light and dark elements of a somewhat uneven five-part thrill-ride.
This charmingly beautiful fantasy adventure covers a lot of ground, but isn't given the chance to fully explore its dual worlds.
This charming Scandinavian folktale may be lite on gameplay but offers a surprisingly hefty choose-your-own-adventure experience.
This comic sci-fi adventure is highly polished and filled with British quips, though it feels more like the abbreviated launch of a bigger adventure to come.
The Zero Escape finale offers more of the same enjoyable visual novel adventuring but includes some perplexing design decisions for the worse.
King's Quest has come of age, as the now-completed series is a worthy successor to the classic Sierra games of yore.
Daedalic's sequel to The Whispered World is a gorgeous, emotionally moving experience with just a few narrative weak spots.
This colourfully snarky cartoon indie is a quality adventure, with an updated option to flush any unwanted toilet humour.
The entirely live-action FMV thriller has plenty of twists and turns, but never rises above a barely-interactive film experience.