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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.
Its inhabitants may be spectral, but the new adventure from Jonathan Boakes is another solid ghost-hunting experience.
Puzzle lovers can safely book passage for a third trip to the world of RHEM, but others may want to sign out early.
The Freelance Police soar to new heights, as the latest episode of Season Two is one for the ages.
Nancy's one and only Game Boy Advance adventure can't save itself from a poor conversion of its PC counterpart.
With an innovative approach to gameplay that lives up to its name, The Experiment proves to be a decidedly mixed experience.
With its inspired physics-based gameplay, you'll fight fear more than foes in the chilling Penumbra conclusion.
Harvey Birdman blends the popular cartoon license with Ace Attorney-style gameplay, but manages to do full justice to neither.
You won't kill yourself laughing, but the undead stars of Episode 203 make for another lively Sam & Max installment.
Replayability and B-movie charm make Heart of China worth checking out, but its problems prevent it from reaching the heights of the classics.
Taking a page from the Choose Your Own Adventure book formula, this indie anime game may not be the choice for everyone.
Lula 3D tries hard to be hot, but gamers shouldn't be bothered with this lewd adventure that's more erratic than erotic.
The first Wii-exclusive adventure shows plenty of gameplay potential, but its story proves a little too remote.