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It's far from cozy, but this ultra-short slideshow horror adventure delivers disappointingly few chills.
This beautiful black-and-white side-scroller presents a uniquely childlike view of war, but gets caught up in an over-reliance on stealth.
This unapologetically old-school puzzler is stuffed full of familiar challenges and gothic atmosphere, but very little creativity manages to spill out.
This side-scrolling horror adventure has its gory thrills and atmospheric scares well in hand, even if the larger mystery slips through its fingers.
Judgment is delivered: This sci-fi adventure in space cooks up a tedious overload of anachronistic DOS-style command line puzzles and very little else.
Fans of Alien will feel right at home in this retro-styled, text-based horror series debut, while yearning for some original ideas of its own.
Three diverse gameplay challenges await in this stylish 3D action-adventure, but it'll leave you wishing for a much better control scheme.
Demo of first chapter available for comic cartoon point-and-click adventure.
Sci-fi adventure to feature switchable top-down and traditional third-person perspectives.
First-person 3D thriller available now on Steam for Windows PC.
Gravity and magnetism-based physics puzzler coming to PC and Xbox One next year.
First details unveiled for dark fairy tale adventure coming to Windows PC.
Creators of Stories Untold unveil new AI-based sci-fi thriller coming next spring.
Surreal first-person mystery coming to Windows PC in December.
SOMA is both great horror and great science fiction that stands above the competition in a crowded genre.
Bursting at the seams with challenging puzzles and thought-provoking science fiction, The Talos Principle is a philosophically-minded first-person puzzler that’s well worth your time.
Detective Gallo is a comic-noir point-and-click adventure starring a grumpy, sarcastic rooster as he tries to solve a case of plant destruction. What’s not to like? Except maybe that there’s not more of it.