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Best rated Adventure Games page 66

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.

Guise of the Wolf  (2014)

It’s hard to tell if it’s the protagonist of Guise of the Wolf that’s cursed or the game itself. Stay away from this clunky mess of a game.

Louisiana Adventure  (2012)

Despite taking place in one of the most storied areas in the world and promising an engaging supernatural story, Louisiana Adventure delivers a frustrating and often flat-out broken experience.

Dark Secrets  (2012)

The darkest secret is how on earth this indie adventure was ever released in such a bug-riddled state, though even without the glitches it's a short and frustrating experience.

Dead Mountaineer’s Hotel  (2011)

The long-awaited Dead Mountaineer's Hotel is finally open for business, but the pointless quests, clunky gameplay, exhausting backtracking, subpar production quality and absence of a coherent plot will surely leave you cold.

Crime Scene  (2010)

Being a forensic investigator may sound like an interesting job, but if it is anything like Crime Scene, it's repetitive, boring, and so punishing that you’ll soon be fired anyway.

Knights in Shining Armor: Our King’s Tale - Episode One  (2010)

Even as a short series prologue, Knights in Shining Armor fails to establish any kind of quality foundation for this king’s tale.

Agatha Christie: The A.B.C. Murders  (2009)

Die-hard Agatha Christie fans and those who enjoy doing math for fun might find The A.B.C. Murders tolerable. Everyone else probably won't.

Myst DS  (2008)

It’s Myst, but not as we know it, with poor graphics and controls compounded by numerous bugs tainting the legacy of this once-great game.

Jake Hunter: Detective Chronicles  (2008)

Don't waste your money on this game. If you happen to be walking down the street and someone tries to give it to you for free, politely decline and continue about your business. Unless you're in need of a new drink coaster.

Lunar Deep – Special Edition  (2006)

Even at the rock-bottom price, Lunar Deep has too many flaws to be worth recommending.

Cold Case Files  (2004)

A complete waste of the Cold Case Files licence, with no redeeming features. File these cold cases under 'W' for 'What were they thinking?'

Forever Worlds  (2004)

Instead of a labor of love, Forever Worlds plays more like a last-minute, pieced-together disaster. A waste of time and money guaranteed to disappoint adventure gamers with its complete lack of depth, user-friendliness, and sincerity.

Traitors Gate 2: Cypher  (2003)

Possibly the worst adventure game of 2003, guaranteed to piss off both adventurers and twitchers.

Ring II: Twilight of the Gods  (2002)

Not a game for adventure purists and too weak for the action crowd.

Blue Ice  (1995)

Only for masochists, world-beaters and other people who believe they need a cape.

Zero Critical  (1998)

One virtue does not a good game make.

Ankh: Curse of the Scarab King  (2008)

This port is a big fat failure. It smacks of a rush job spent cramming what was originally a PC title into DS specifications, without concern for how these decisions affected gameplay or the player's enjoyment.

Isabelle  (2000)

Spend your money elsewhere

Harvester of Dreams: Episode 1  (2019)

Despite an underwhelming ending, Harvester of Dreams’s strong start, intriguing main setting and attention to little details makes this an enchanting journey to embark on.

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