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Best rated Adventure Games page 69

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.

The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit  (2018)

More personal family drama than superhero extravaganza, The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit packs most of its punch in the quiet emotional moments that make it well worth a couple hours to play.

Odysseus Kosmos and his Robot Quest: Episode One  (2017)

The short introductory chapter of Odysseus Kosmos and his Robot Quest features beautiful retro-style art and sets up what has the potential to be an interesting sci-fi story, though with plenty of room in its writing and animation to improve in those areas.

Odysseus Kosmos and his Robot Quest  (2019)

The five-part Odysseus Kosmos and his Robot Quest sets up an interesting sci-fi story with a beautiful pixel art presentation, but it has a number of flaws that create an uneven experience overall.

Orwell: Ignorance Is Strength  (2018)

A superb take on the contemporary state of digital technology and how it’s used, Orwell: Ignorance Is Strength is filled with an immense amount of detail. Lovers of more cerebral experiences, spy thrillers, and those who wish to hone their internet sleuthing skills, this is the game for you.

Walden, a game  (2017)

The gamification of Walden is a gallant attempt to adapt Henry David Thoreau’s principles into an interactive experience, but the result is too boring to inspire much thoughtful reflection on the author’s message.

The Council: Episode 1 – The Mad Ones  (2018)

Although the role-playing emphasis may feel a little daunting at first, The Council shows great promise thanks largely to the gorgeous setting and unique approach to conversational encounters.

The Council  (2018)

Although the idea of blending role-playing elements with traditional adventure gaming sounds intriguing, The Council doesn’t do anything particularly interesting with either of them after a very strong introductory episode.

FORM  (2017)

The brief ride into the surreal and metaphysical offers solid room scale VR interaction, but FORM ultimately lacks in real substance.

Hiveswap: Act 1  (2017)

The beautiful Hiveswap series debut gets off to a solid start, trading a bit of gameplay challenge for ambitious world-building and story setup for future episodes to expand upon.

Hiveswap  (2017)

The beautiful Hiveswap series debut gets off to a solid start, trading a bit of gameplay challenge for ambitious world-building and story setup for future episodes to expand upon.

Perception  (2017)

Despite its welcome empowerment of a protagonist with a disability, Perception‘s graceless and silly storyline together with the absurd gameplay drag this atmospheric horror adventure down.

Kona  (2017)

Kona does an admirable job of trying to make a survival game that feels like a true adventure, but ends up coming short on the gameplay.

Batman: The Enemy Within – The Telltale Series  (2018)

Telltale’s second Batman season packs a punch with its action, audio and morally questionable main villain, but falters when it comes to making the most of its plot or detective gameplay potential.

Batman: The Enemy Within – The Telltale Series: Episode One – The Enigma  (2017)

Telltale’s second Batman season packs a punch with its action, audio and morally questionable main villain, but falters when it comes to making the most of its plot or detective gameplay potential.

The Pillars of the Earth (Ken Follett’s)  (2018)

The 20-plus hour commitment to The Pillars of the Earth is well worth it to enjoy this interactive towering tale, faithfully adapted to near-perfection by Daedalic. For patient gamers, this is not a narrative adventure that should be missed.

The Pillars of the Earth: Book One – From the Ashes (Ken Follett’s)  (2017)

The 20-plus hour commitment to The Pillars of the Earth is well worth it to enjoy this interactive towering tale, faithfully adapted to near-perfection by Daedalic. For patient gamers, this is not a narrative adventure that should be missed.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series - Episode One: Tangled Up in Blue  (2017)

For better and worse, the five-part series follows the usual Telltale template, but these disappointingly unlikeable Guardians of the Galaxy ultimately need to be saved from themselves.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series  (2017)

For better and worse, the five-part series follows the usual Telltale template, but these disappointingly unlikeable Guardians of the Galaxy ultimately need to be saved from themselves.

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier  (2017)

Largely more of the same as what’s come before, A New Frontier revives the familiar Telltale formula, only with less appealing characters this time around.

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier - Episode One: Ties That Bind Part I  (2016)

Largely more of the same as what’s come before, A New Frontier revives the familiar Telltale formula, only with less appealing characters this time around.

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier - Episode Two: Ties That Bind Part II  (2017)

Largely more of the same as what’s come before, A New Frontier revives the familiar Telltale formula, only with less appealing characters this time around.

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