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Arthurian legends vs. Jack the Ripper makes for a compelling premise, but too many design and technical issues dog this highly linear interactive story.
Revived from the grave itself, the four-part series by Telltale and Skybound is a welcome send-off that provides a worthy closure for its beloved protagonist's story.
This real-time spy thriller will keep you busy sneaking and snooping around an hour at a time, but is tripped up by some troublesome mechanical and narrative issues.
This stunning German adventure made with real miniature sets is bubbling with charm, even if its ambitious narrative rushes a bit too rapidly to its conclusion.
Believe it or not, this charmingly surreal platforming adventure is one of the more enjoyable games you’ve probably never heard of.
An ambitious attempt to assemble a compelling historical mystery with narrative RPG elements ultimately loses its way after an initially promising start.
The second full season hits the ground running with an immersive first episode featuring a whole new cast, story, and branching narrative possibilities.
Finally ported and rereleased with its sequel, we take our best shot at this ambitious, pioneering genre-blender with a two-in-one review.
Bucking the usual casual trend, this beautiful, puzzle-filled scavenger hunt is a short but charming little family-friendly adventure.
Random killers and multiple personas form the basis for this slick, replayable FMV mystery from the creators of Doctor Dekker.
Its slick production values are the cat’s meow, but this ambitious puzzle-platformer ends up biting off more than it can chew.
This stylish steampunk co-op adventure serves up plenty of whimsical charm for one or two players, but sputters from clunky controls and repetitive tasks.
The high point of this atmospheric 3D horror is its rich Lovecraftian lore, but the gameplay experience supporting it falls flat.
This black-and-white puzzler is uniquely compelling with its infinite zoom presentation, though its abstract story and familiar puzzles aren't quite so memorable.
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