Articles by Evan Dickens:
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.
The masterminds behind SpaceQuest have reunited for an original new space comedy, and we nabbed Mark Crowe for a face-to-face One Guy interview
The Cross Formula review
This lite adventure blends a nice array of puzzles with an appealing art style, but its watered-down story proportions don't make for an ideal mix.
The conspiracy plot to kill Hitler features plenty of authentic historical detail, but it misses the mark in more ways than one.
This iPhone exclusive houses plenty of ambitious murder mystery storytelling and gameplay substance within its walls.
City of Secrets review
You might dig this comic mole-themed adventure for its oddball style, but its flat humour and poor puzzle design make it tempting to resist.
Police Quest 3: The Kindred review
Though its policework can be as captivating as ever, some serious failings shoot the third Police Quest in the foot.
Gemini Rue review
This independent sci-fi thriller comes out firing and doesn't let up in an impressive display of interactive neo-noir storytelling.
Eureka! For just a dollar, this surprisingly substantial iOS puzzler is like Layton-lite for kids.