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Walking a mile in Henry David Thoreau's shoes proves to be more of a tedious chore than an inspiring transcendental experience.
The Caped Crusader's second season doesn't pack the same punch as its predecessor, but does save the best for last.
It's RPG-meets-narrative adventure in the impressive debut installment of this unique choice-driven 18th century thriller.
You might not love the light gameplay, but there's much to admire in this retro-styled sci-fi exploration of isolation and human connection.
Emphasizing atmosphere over in-depth gameplay, this first-person exploration adventure is probably worth a quick visit for sci-fi fans.
A gritty police procedural takes over from the campy horror of Until Dark, providing thrilling multiplayer fun but still without much actual player control.
The three-part prequel can't weather its narrative problems to meet the expectations set by its acclaimed predecessor.
The second season stays true to the source material, but isn’t likely to build much interest outside of diehard series fans.
Far from traditional, this unique sound-mixing adventure should score highly with would-be amateur music producers.
There's no case to be made for anyone but Suda51's most ardent fans to check out his tedious, impenetrable early visual novel.
The third installment follows the familiar series formula, representing a textbook example of murder mystery storytelling.
The fruits of your labour will be abundant challenge and delight in this unique four-panel puzzler that's as gorgeous as it is clever.
This gorgeous open-world adventure soars to impressive heights, but is brought down by repetitive puzzles with challenging platforming sequences.
The gothic horror series reboot is steeped in gloomy atmosphere but is cursed by clumsy controls and poor 3D implementation.
Destinies collide in memorable ways in this poignant, wordless tale of life, love, death and loss.