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The latest adventure from Frogwares is drop-dead gorgeous, though it lacks the bite of other vampire classics.
The new episodic series is more RPG than adventure, but the edgy humour ensures it's still pretty ****ing good.
It's a battle of wits between the great detective and gentleman thief, but the real winners are the players of this rewarding treasure hunt.
There's plenty of reason to be keen about Deck13's whimsical adventure, though a few quibbles give cause for voicing displeasure.
A mostly-new cast provides the same Ace Attorney fun, but the transition raises a few objections along the way.
Pinch yourself if you're considering DreamWeb, as the top-down cyberpunk adventure proves a little maddening.
King's Quest VI is a love story for the ages, as the prince of Daventry seeks romance and Sierra finally delivers the game that everyone can fondly embrace.
The one-of-a-kind Portal will blow a hole in how you view physics (and maybe adventures), but the discovery is no piece of cake.
There's plenty of reason to be psyched about this killer dark comedy that will leave you wanting more.
The time for House of Tales' long-awaited adventure is now at hand, and you'd have to be a little cuckoo to ignore it.
This indie adventure from Atropos Studios shows glints of bright promise, but you may have to dig a little to find it.
True to its title, this timed horror adventure barely makes the grade more than a decade after release.
The antics heat up in a diabolical finale that will leave players doing plenty of soul-searching... Sam & Max-style!
There are no idiots allowed in this village, as the first Professor Layton DS puzzler will challenge you every delightful tap of the way.
Misery may love company, but there are plenty of other reasons why this intriguing sci-fi adventure is one you might be dying to play.