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It's six episodes in one, as the Freelance Police hit the stores with a few bonus extras in tow.
There's charm lurking within, but even a Director's Cut leaves Jack Orlando with a butchered script and tattered design.
This 3D gothic mystery exudes an alluring atmosphere, but unsuspecting players may want to steer clear.
The third paranormal mystery installment moves the series forward in places, but shies away from the edge.
Creative ideas and innovative design help separate Linus Bruckman's halves from the have-nots.
Mystery heats up as the temperature cools down in the 16th Nancy Drew adventure.
This AGS adventure may not quite reach critical mass, but it should leave you with a warm glow afterwards.
Its premise may be watered down, but the latest Atlantean adventure emerges as a pleasant surprise.
KQV's technical achievements speak for themselves, but the gameplay will leave many not giving a hoot.
The beat goes on for the Ankh series, and the new pseudo-sequel proves very much like its predecessor.
Austin is thrown to the wolves (or mutant dogs, at least) for his AG debut in this genre-blending horror adventure.
Season One reaches new heights in its grand finale, though the episode itself falls a little bit down to Earth.
Arrr! The latest adventure from Kheops proves to be a treasure, but you may have to hunt to find it.
The latest puzzle-adventure offers plenty of Myst-style goodness, but it's missing an aura of its own.
Reality may byte, but Reality 2.0 is all fun and games, as Sam & Max go digital in the best episode so far.