While breaking no new ground, the Myst legacy lives on in this highly polished, puzzle-packed indie adventure.
The unexpected horror sequel treads a very familiar course, but leads once again to some largely effective atmosphere and gameplay.
This indie puzzler is a massive disappointment that hearkens back to the genre's dreary days of poor Myst clones.
This surreal adventure largely wastes its potential as a Myst-style sleeper, and a host of bugs serve as a rude wake-up call.
This short first-person adventure is rich in melancholy atmosphere, but its flimsy story isn't much to write home about.
While its metaphysical premise seems fresh at first, this 3D puzzler winds up feeling stifled by its familiar formula.
This beautiful first-person puzzler looks and plays like a surreal dream, but neither its story nor puzzles will put much demand on your frontal lobe.
This unique horror seen through the eyes of a two-year-old is rich in creepy atmosphere but its gameplay is a bit wobbly on its legs.
The free-roaming version of Cyan's venerable classic took players to a whole new dimension and a short new Age.
Updated and re-released, the 2014 edition looks better than ever, though its cosmetic makeover can't hide all of the original game's shortfalls.
Steeped in early atmosphere, even optional enemies can't sustain the tension through this 3D horror adventure's weak story and puzzles.
Have we glorified the genre's "Golden Age"?