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Best rated Adventure Games page 63

Below you'll find an overview of Adventure Games that have received a very high rating based on our reviews, the list is sorted based on highest rated Adventure Game first combined with recency of the review we've done. Be sure to also check-out our Top 100 Adventure Games of all time, as well as the winners of the Adventure Game Awards (Aggies) that we hold on a yearly cadence.

Lucius III  (2018)

An attempt to right the wrongs of a terrible second game goes wayward, as Lucius III misses the mark in nearly every way.

KURSK  (2018)

Beyond KURSK‘s virtual tour of the ill-fated titular submarine, this self-proclaimed “adventure documentary” works as neither a compelling adventure game nor a fact-based documentary of the mysterious disaster.

Shiver  (2017)

At under an hour, Shiver is a budget horror title through and through, but even by casual standards it is bound to disappoint. While the suspenseful early build-up shows some promise, it soon becomes apparent that there was never much behind the misleading facade.

Rogue Quest: The Vault of the Lost Tyrant  (2017)

There’s some interesting background teased here, but Rogue Quest is way too short, starts unexpectedly in the middle of the story, and doesn’t really maintain interest even throughout its extremely brief length.

Red Comrades 3: Return of Alaska – Reloaded  (2017)

Much like its shorter predecessor, the magnitude of negatives outweigh the positives in Red Comrades 3. It has its amusing moments, but eventually the gameplay just feels like a slog and the story doesn’t provide much reward for sticking with it to the end.

Red Comrades 2: For the Great Justice – Reloaded  (2016)

Red Comrades 2 feels like a perfunctory sequel and a bizarre cash-in on the series debut. While the puzzles aren’t terrible, you’ll have your hands full just trying to understand what is going on.

Preston Sterling and the Legend of Excalibur  (2016)

Preston Sterling attempts to follow in the fleet-footed steps of more iconic globetrotting adventurers, but is hobbled by a stunted game that lacks length, depth and complexity, and now appears to have fallen through the cracks without a promised sequel.

The Inpatient  (2018)

The Inpatient sounds amazing on paper, but the terror is watered down so quickly and to such a large degree that it manages to make three hours feel easily twice as long, and not in a good way.

The Silver Case  (2016)

Perhaps best left locked in the past, The Silver Case is not worth looking into unless you REALLY like visual novels and Suda51 and have a lot of patience.

Syberia 3  (2017)

Kate Walker’s latest expedition to save the hapless Youkols is fraught with development missteps on multiple fronts, making Syberia 3 a mammoth disappointment.

Désiré  (2016)

If you have a strong masochistic urge to inflict a few hours of excruciating, pretentious sociopolitical ramblings interspersed with bouts of petty cruelty and vulgarity upon yourself, Désiré is the game for you.

Undercover Missions: Operation Kursk K-141  (2015)

With myriad design and localization flaws, it’s best to let Undercover Missions: Operation Kursk-141 rest at the bottom of the ocean.

Dream  (2015)

The highly unpolished Dream tries to straddle the line between a puzzle-solving and exploration game, but ultimately doesn’t succeed at either.

Rituals  (2015)

It raises some interesting questions, but short of whiling away an hour in a doctor’s waiting room somewhere, I see little reason to recommend Rituals for any actual fun.

Gold Rush! Anniversary  (2014)

If you’re a hardcore fan of the Gold Rush! original, there might be some value in picking up Anniversary on sale. If you’re not, don’t waste your hard-earned riches.

Black Rainbow  (2014)

With a threadbare story and very low challenge threshold, Black Rainbow is a game that won’t appeal to any but the most novice of casual gamers.

Pyst  (1996)

Only die-hard Myst lovers and haters need pursue Pyst‘s half-baked blast from the past. Everyone else can pass on by.

Ferris Mueller’s Day Off  (2014)

While the offbeat humor will likely hold a certain charm for select audiences, Ferris Mueller’s Day Off lacks a substantial gameplay experience to go with it.

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