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Perhaps more than ever, the season's gut-wrenching penultimate episode is a thrilling roller coaster ride of life and death.
This grim sci-fi adventure may look like Metroid, but its slick side-scrolling presentation suits its intelligent story and atmosphere perfectly.
This unique horror seen through the eyes of a two-year-old is rich in creepy atmosphere but its gameplay is a bit wobbly on its legs.
The magical surrealist adventure rolls brilliantly along, delivering its first glimpse of a coherent story arc.
Revolution's two-part globetrotting sequel is now complete, successfully triumphing over the curse of high expectations.
The second episode comes together with a wealth of difficult choices, making it a no-brainer for series fans.
This stylish puzzle-platformer will keep you on your toes with its clever light and shadow-based gameplay and surreal atmosphere.
Parting is such sweet sorrow, as Daedalic's offbeat cartoon finale marks the high point of the trilogy.
This charming, classic-styled subterranean adventure might just nose itself onto your list of breezy cartoon favourites.
The final episode rises above its disappointing predecessor, but its nonsensical ending gets totally carried away.
The spin-off sequel is another deliciously disturbing horror adventure, though it can't hold a candle to the panic-inducing fear factor of the original.
The trilogy's brief middle episode fails to reach the heights of its impressive debut, though you do get to play as both cop and crook.
Not only can you go home again, it's well worth the effort when the journey is as rewarding as this exploration-based story game.
What this beautiful 3D adventure lacks in length and challenge, it more than makes up in a touching story of love, death, and sibling cooperation.
KING Art's whodunit/heist thriller soars to impressive early heights in the first of three installments.