Articles by Reece Warrender:
An unforgettable season wraps up with a short but heart-wrenching finale guaranteed to blow you away.
The penultimate episode comes out guns blazing, sacrificing some character development in its headlong rush towards a stunning, startling conclusion.
The season passes the halfway mark with some heartbreaking, brain-blasting events, though players have a little less choice in the matter.
The second episode's tension and drama are even more electric than before, leaving you hungry for more.
The zombie apocalypse is upon us, and Telltale's story-driven cinematic thriller is off to a rip-roaring start.
The trilogy winds down with a puzzle-filled finale, though it's quick to jump to a rushed and unsatifisying conclusion.
The Dream Machine: Chapter 3 review
Three episodes in, this charming clay-and-cardboard indie adventure is shaping up as a compellingly surreal series.
Puzzle Agent 2 review
Nelson Tethers returns in a richly atmospheric puzzling sequel, but its serious design problems can't be covered up.
The Tiny Bang Story review
This beautiful lite puzzler begins with a bang, but its tedious gameplay might have you whimpering before the end.
The second episode wisely builds on the groundwork of its predecessor, though its story remains largely buried.
The first two episodes of this unique claymation adventure set the mold for a promising five-part indie series.
Jekyll & Hyde review
This adaptation is an interesting twist on Robert Louis Stevenson's classic, but it's plagued by some beastly problems that drag it down.
Puzzle Agent review
There are plenty of challenging brainteasers to chew on in this surprisingly chilling mystery puzzler.
The Lovecraft-inspired mystery breaks free of its predecessor's limitations, but some unwelcome traits are passed down to the sequel.
Hugo’s House of Horrors review
Hugo’s twenty year old shareware adventure still has some nostalgic charm, but it’s home to a few design horrors that tarnish the experience.