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Best rated Adventure Games for PlayStation page 4

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.

Full Throttle Remastered  (2017)

Full Throttle is another cherished page from the annals of genre history restored for a brand new audience. Though the remake will have limited appeal to those familiar with the highly polished original, the game belongs in the library of every adventure gamer, and it’s as enjoyable now as it was two decades ago.

The Wardrobe  (2017)

For a game about the undead, The Wardrobe is ironically packed with life. A few unfair puzzles can’t dampen its sheer enthusiasm and sense of fun.

Blackwood Crossing  (2017)

Using straightforward challenges and dreamlike scenarios, Blackwood Crossing weaves a hauntingly surreal tale with uncommon flair.

Kentucky Route Zero: Act IV  (2016)

Act IV is a slow, meandering episode that continues Kentucky Route Zero’s streak of quiet, introspective, blue collar beauty.

Deponia Doomsday  (2016)

Series fans will definitely want to catch a ride on the Rufus Time Travel Express, as the countdown to disaster in Deponia Doomsday packs a grin-inducing, mind-boggling, oft-repeated wallop.

Firewatch  (2016)

This charming, gorgeous narrative game is a uniquely sharp character study with a wonderful setting, but a rushed conclusion keeps Firewatch just on this side of greatness.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

The Journey Down: Chapter Two  (2014)

If you’ve played the first chapter of The Journey Down, you’ll know pretty much what to expect. But when everything worked as well as it did originally, that continues to be a good thing.

The Journey Down  (2017)

While shorter than the last instalment, and the easiest of the three to boot, the final chapter of The Journey Down brings closure to series veterans and, more importantly, makes the entire trilogy required gaming for adventure fans in general.

The Walking Dead: Season Two - Episode Four: Amid the Ruins  (2014)

Amid The Ruins really delivers in setting the stage for the series conclusion, creating both expected and unexpected challenges that strike at the heart of fragile group dynamics.

The Fall: Part 1  (2014)

The Fall is a short but excellent first chapter of a planned trilogy. Even as it neatly wraps up its own story, it leaves enough questions unanswered (and raises some new ones) to create anticipation for the follow-up.

The Fall  (0)

On a surface level, Part 2: Unbound continues where The Fall‘s last installment left off, but several changes have been made to both story and gameplay formulas, for better and for worse, including an overreliance on combat that may not appeal as strongly to hardcore adventure gamers.

Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse  (2014)

Eminently playable, cheekily characterised and delectably artistic, The Serpent’s Curse rekindles the romance of the much-loved Broken Sword series.

The Walking Dead: Season Two - Episode Two: A House Divided  (2014)

With the introduction of an unnerving antagonist, considerable cast development and a handful of do-or-die choices, A House Divided begins with a slow burn but turns into an inferno come the dramatic cliffhanger ending.

Contrast  (2013)

High production values and fun puzzle-platforming should put Contrast in a favorable light for action-tolerant adventure gamers.

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