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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.

Kentucky Route Zero: Act I  (2013)

As much a poem as it is a game, Kentucky Route Zero: Act I is the bizarre, lovely first leg of a road trip into the sad, strange heart of America.

The Cat Lady  (2012)

The Cat Lady uses the framework of a horror story to set up a truly mature and moving portrait of a woman attempting to claw her way out of pain and sadness.

The Testament of Sherlock Holmes  (2012)

Arguably the great detective’s finest hour, The Testament of Sherlock Holmes makes for a thoroughly enjoyable adventure through the murkier side of Sherlock’s psyche.

The Walking Dead: Episode Two - Starved for Help  (2012)

Starved for Help more than fulfills the high expectations set for it, maintaining the tense immersion and bold story development of its predecessor.

Resonance  (2012)

Resonance took a long time to arrive, but this meaty, challenging sci-fi thriller has unquestionably been worth the wait.

The Walking Dead: Episode One - A New Day  (2012)

The Walking Dead may have more gore than puzzles, but by striking out in a new direction that focuses on atmospheric storytelling, Telltale delivers one their most compelling and enjoyable titles to date.

Botanicula  (2012)

A creation of obvious love and care, Botanicula is a must-play for those seeking a truly imaginative and entertaining adventure game.

The Book of Unwritten Tales  (2011)

It took a while to be told, but The Book of Unwritten Tales holds an epic adventure between its pages, bringing to life a gorgeous, multi-dimensional, quest-laden world of glittering seas and fiery mountains, and filling it with some of the most endearing game characters of all time.

Stacking  (2011)

Stacking mixes inventive gameplay with a charming visual style to produce an outstanding puzzle-adventure.

Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective  (2011)

Ghost Trick’s innovative control system, complex plot, and compelling gameplay combine to make this an enjoyably spirited DS adventure.

Amnesia: The Dark Descent  (2010)

Not for the faint of heart, this gothic horror adventure is a relentlessly intense and terrifying experience from start to finish.

Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge - Special Edition  (2010)

Though purists shouldn’t throw away their old floppy disks, there is something for everyone to love in the Monkey Island 2: Special Edition, as the upgraded version is a wonderful way to experience one of the all-time adventure classics.

Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge  (1991)

Though purists shouldn’t throw away their old floppy disks, there is something for everyone to love in the Monkey Island 2: Special Edition, as the upgraded version is a wonderful way to experience one of the all-time adventure classics.

Heavy Rain  (2010)

An incredibly beautiful and engaging interactive story, Heavy Rain is a rare testament of both quality and originality rarely seen in games. Well worth a look for every PlayStation 3 owner.

Pepper’s Adventures in Time  (1993)

Pepper’s Adventures in Time is not only a great educational game for children and young adults, it is a classic adventure game for all ages.

Machinarium  (2009)

As imaginative as it is polished, Machinarium is refreshing, unique, and highly recommended. Just buy it. In fact, buy a copy for a friend.

Tales of Monkey Island: Chapter 3 - Lair of the Leviathan  (2009)

No need to mince words--this is a breathtaking, spectactular game that is one of the all-time great adventure experiences and a must-play-NOW for every fan of adventures, past or present.

Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box  (2009)

Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box keeps the lovely European charm and challenging puzzles of its predecessor intact, with more enjoyable extras this time around. Just mind the particularly shallow story that only loosely ties it all together.

Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars - The Director’s Cut (DS)  (2009)

Not quite perfect, this Broken Sword: Director’s Cut is still the best port of an adventure game on the DS to date. Whether experiencing the game for the first time or reliving old memories, there is much for everyone to enjoy in this game.

Police Quest 2: The Vengeance  (1988)

The Vengeance is an entertaining and intense retro adventure that is not only the best of its series, but one of the very best of Sierra’s Golden Age.

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