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Sci-fi fans will want to take a close look at this clever space station thriller in which players control the onboard artificial intelligence – or do they?
Though it deflates somewhat by the end, this first-person steampunk puzzler is generally a fun ride while it lasts, with the promise of more to come.
More psychological mystery than Myst-like, this beautifully surreal first-person adventure presents a compelling story of fragmented memories to piece together.
This slick little indie spacecraft exploration fumbles away much of its gameplay potential, but manages to tell a stellar story in its place.
The spindly cat and ghost chicken's first commercial outing is a delightfully charming, pirate-themed comic indie treasure.
This beautiful side-scrolling adventure towers over much of its puzzle-platforming contemporaries with a charming tale of unlikely friendship.
It may be a jungle out there, but within this tropical island adventure is a fun, nostalgia-filled experience that is destined to be compared to early '90s Sierra.
Red Thread's "fjord noir" adventure is a gorgeous yet haunting exploratory mystery that's undermined by disappointingly few answers.
Marked by narrative, design and technical issues alike, the son of Satan's series finale is doomed from the start.
An otherwise decent Tesla-inspired thriller is held back somewhat by watered-down gameplay and horror elements.
Beneath this PSVR exclusive's charmingly childlike exterior lies a surprisingly deep emotional tale of friendship and growing up.
The side-scrolling horror series begun in Downfall and The Cat Lady comes of age in another harrowing tale of tragedy both real and surreal.
This point-and-click political satire pulls out all the stops in delivering a highly polished and thoroughly entertaining experience.
This first-person sci-fi series begins a voyage of discovery that leads nowhere fast in its debut installment.
The self-proclaimed 'adventure-documentary' about the real-world Russian sub disaster looks authentic but is sunk by its lifeless story and turgid gameplay.