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Celebrate the past with an entertaining, classic-style adventure that skillfully evokes that ‘80s ambiance.
This five-episode collection of interconnected cases, released as a single remastered edition, complements the classic gameplay and comically absurd humour of the original episodes superbly.
Sticks and stones may break your bones but words can cause permanent damage in this gory but uniquely delightful side-scrolling action-puzzler.
This lengthy Lovecraftian visual novel mystery anthology makes staying home worthwhile to enjoy its rich atmosphere and storytelling.
There's no zooming through this well-acted but repetitive FMV murder mystery designed to be replayed to successfully name the culprit.
This side-scrolling, time-hopping environmental puzzler starring a miniature robot vehicle is sure to grab you with its entertaining, nostalgia-fueled gameplay.
The post-apocalyptic side-scrolling vehicular series kicks into another gear with a sequel that blows past even its acclaimed predecessor.
It's limited by some unfortunate design choices, but this live-action interactive thriller can be a bloody good time before the novelty wears off.
It makes a few decisions that will leave you of two minds, but this origin story is a substantial, thoroughly engaging collection of island mysteries.
It isn't implemented quite as smartly as it could be, but otherwise Spike Chunsoft delivers another enjoyably mind-blowing Kotaro Uchikoshi thriller.
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.
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.
Blazing Griffin geared up for Hercule Poirot: The First Cases with this leaner, more demanding but similarly deduction-driven investigation.
This gorgeously produced side-scroller deftly handles its enjoyable puzzle-platforming gameplay and a poignant story that cleverly strings you along.