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This superb PS3 exclusive is a soaring triumph of wonder and discovery, either alone or with an anonymous partner.
Though light on gameplay, this surreal, melancholy journey through the American South leaves virtually nothing to be desired... except for more.
The colourful cartoon trilogy picks up where it left off with another trashy, fun-filled adventure, but it recycles some of its predecessor's problems.
Peering into a troubled child's mind is an entertaining spectacle once again, but there's less to see and do this time around.
Daedalic's trash-filled romantic comedy is largely a treasure, using every old-school trick at its disposal.
A delightful first episode eases into the four-part African-inspired adventure, but really takes off with its stellar production values.
Part interactive drama, part action-puzzler, this unique psychological romance doesn't cheat players on either depth of story or engaging gameplay.
The new horror game from the creators of Penumbra is an even more terrifying journey that you'll surely never forget.
Making a two-in-one return in both classic and enhanced versions, Monkey Island 2 gives plenty of reason to let out a big whoop.
The PS3 exclusive wraps up with three quality whodunits, though not without feeling like they've been dun before.
A trio of PS3 episodes are bundled together for triple the whodunit fun, but are still too brief to provide much bang for your buck.
There's no secret about it: the brilliant LucasArts piratey classic is improved further still in this enhanced two-versions-in-one release.
The antics heat up in a diabolical finale that will leave players doing plenty of soul-searching... Sam & Max-style!
The Freelance Police soar to new heights, as the latest episode of Season Two is one for the ages.
You won't kill yourself laughing, but the undead stars of Episode 203 make for another lively Sam & Max installment.