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Best rated Adventure Games page 11

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.

Life Is Strange  (2015)

Sometimes awkward but sometimes brilliant, Life Is Strange brings a fresh new perspective to episodic, choice-driven storytelling.

Life Is Strange: Episode One - Chrysalis  (2015)

Sometimes awkward but sometimes brilliant, Life Is Strange brings a fresh new perspective to episodic, choice-driven storytelling.

Life Is Strange: Episode Two - Out of Time  (2015)

Sometimes awkward but sometimes brilliant, Life Is Strange brings a fresh new perspective to episodic, choice-driven storytelling.

Life Is Strange: Episode Three - Chaos Theory  (2015)

Sometimes awkward but sometimes brilliant, Life Is Strange brings a fresh new perspective to episodic, choice-driven storytelling.

Life Is Strange: Episode Four - Dark Room  (2015)

Sometimes awkward but sometimes brilliant, Life Is Strange brings a fresh new perspective to episodic, choice-driven storytelling.

Life Is Strange: Episode Five - Polarized  (2015)

Sometimes awkward but sometimes brilliant, Life Is Strange brings a fresh new perspective to episodic, choice-driven storytelling.

AR-K: Episode 3 - The Great Escape  (2015)

Substantially improving on the previous two installments in almost every way, the AR-K series finally finds its way in its penultimate episode.

Fran Bow  (2015)

Fran Bow is a wonderfully dark and surreal adventure that is definitely worth the price of voluntary admission.

The Talos Principle: Road to Gehenna  (2015)

Road to Gehenna is a worthy extension of The Talos Principle, adding more of the brilliant puzzles and clever storytelling that helped the original stand out from the pack.

Her Story  (2015)

Her Story’s searchable video database is a unique and compelling way of telling its interactive story, making it worth the fairly short trip to the police station.

Technobabylon  (2015)

Technobabylon is a beautiful, compelling game that fans of the cyberpunk genre will devour, as long as you don’t mind a bit of story confusion along the way.

The Perils of Man  (2015)

The Perils of Man is a well-constructed, compelling adventure full of mechanical contraptions, scientific hubris, impending disaster, and singular courage.

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today  (2015)

Even with a few rough edges, Dead Synchronicity stands as a modern adventure classic, telling a dark, sad and brutal tale that will leave you wanting more, but equally satisfied.

White Night  (2015)

White Night won’t appeal to everyone, but it excels at what it aims to do, which is to offer a noir-tinged haunted mansion to spend a night in, if you dare. You just need to make it till the dawn, but this house is prepared to make you fight for it.

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2  (2015)

An epic tale that reunites some much-loved characters and recreates the magic of good, old-fashioned point-and-click adventuring in a hyper-attractive world, the Book of Unwritten Tales 2 is a must-play for fans of the genre.

The Talos Principle  (2014)

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.

Lumino City  (2014)

Underneath Lumino City’s architecturally intricate paper-crafted spectacle is a genuinely rewarding adventure game, albeit one with the flimsiest of stories.

The Dream Machine: Chapter 5  (2014)

More than a year in the making, The Dream Machine returns with the meatiest chapter so far, bridging the gap between multiple dreams with brilliantly designed puzzles and continuing the series’ dark plotting.

The Silent Age  (2014)

The Silent Age is a quietly enthralling, time-twisting tale that leaves you wanting more.

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter  (2014)

Though it poses little in the way of challenge, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter delivers a gripping, gradually unfolding tragedy set in a beautiful open woodland environment that you are free to explore at will.

Shadowgate (2014)  (2014)

Zojoi’s Shadowgate remake is everything you loved – and maybe everything you hated – about old-school adventuring. It offers a captivating journey into a fantasy dungeon, but it’s inhabited by puzzles so artificially challenging that this quest is one not everyone will want to undertake.

A Golden Wake  (2014)

Emotionally resonant and carefully crafted, A Golden Wake mostly succeeds in living up to its ambitious premise and ultimately leaves a memorable impression.

Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments  (2014)

Sherlock has never looked better, and Crimes & Punishments is an enjoyable anthology that should bring in new fans, but there’s little challenge for a seasoned adventurer.

J.U.L.I.A. Among the Stars  (2014)

More a slick refinement than a radically different game, J.U.L.I.A. Among the Stars largely took what it got right in the already enjoyable original version and improved upon it, then added some welcome new content on top.

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