We found abundant recreation in our lengthy first-hand look at Gilbert and Winnick's highly-anticipated adventure.
The supernatural comedy opens later this month, but our plum first-hand look offers a sneak peek at what's in store.
Beneath its absurdist comedy flavouring is a surprisingly traditional adventure with plenty of surreal twists and turns.
The new season kicks off with a two-part debut that's slicker than ever, though it ventures largely through very familiar territory.
For news of their comic-noir mystery, we went straight to the top of the pecking order for a chat with brothers Francesco and Maurizio De Angelis.
This twisted hotel puzzler provides plenty of challenge, but doesn’t have nearly enough room for a fully-rounded adventure.
Though light in actual gameplay, there’s nothing shallow about this breathtaking underwater excursion.
This uniquely indie adventure strips away all pretense of professional presentation to deliver an absurd bit of social satire.
The genre-defying spirtual successor to Master Reboot is bigger and bolder but loses its way in an overly-ambitious transfer.
This short but impressively atmospheric side-scrolling adventure is light on gameplay, but dark in all the right places.
This stylish exploration of blindness has a unique artistic vision but stumbles through an incoherent story and insubstantial gameplay.
This raw, dark and disturbing story-driven experience cuts to the bone of child abuse and mental illness.
This horror series debut has grand ambitions, but its flawed survival-based gameplay may not fully resonate with adventure gamers.
There’s nothing else like it, but excessive bloating makes it hard to love this feel-good clown adventure unconditionally.
With Hero-U back for a little Kickstarter redemption of its own, we grilled its acclaimed headmaster about the game's turbulent development.