Articles by Evan Dickens:
A new fantasy anthology will be music to the ears of classic Sierra fans, though its debut works better as a standalone quest.
Though we dig the setting, this slice of 1950s Americana is dragged down by its simplistic gameplay and uninspired production values.
This stylish neo-noir mystery series starts off with a bang, which should be music to the ears of any crime thriller fan.
The impressive production quality of this substantial retro adventure can't fully atone for its pervasive religious message.
The finale caps an uneven series with a bloody good time and a worthy addition to Fabletown lore.
The penultimate episode is a disappointingly toothless affair that's all dressed up with nowhere to go.
The middle installment's story intensity grows by leaps and bounds, with some meaty confrontations to really sink your teeth into.
This disappointing sheep in wolf's clothing took longer than usual to arrive but will take quicker than usual to finish.
A brilliant debut installment has made us believers in Telltale's adaptation of DC Comics' twisted modern fairy tale.
The series finale is able to end on a high note, but not before triggering some "what were they thinking?" storytelling disappointments.
Face Noir review
This slow-burning crime mystery is impressively steeped in film noir atmosphere, but only gets halfway through its dark tale of destiny.
The third episode ascends to great storytelling heights, then hurtles towards its climactic ending with breakneck speed.
Richard & Alice review
This relentlessly bleak apocalyptic tale is chilling in theme but lukewarm in both presentation and gameplay.
The second installment apes its predecessor's uneven writing, but smartly raises the bar in other key areas.
Though a bit uneven, this gritty paranormal adventure series gets off to a thought-provoking start and leaves you dangling in anticipation at the end.