All's fair in love and war, but reactions will run both warm and cool to Tale of Tales' latest interactive story.
This Russian mountain thriller offers plenty of chilling exploration, but any further gameplay is largely MIA.
The shackles come off in a wide-ranging fourth episode that starts slowly but ends up packing a wallop.
Though budding with Ico-style promise, this brief platforming adventure soon buckles under a tower of problems.
Life is about to change as a great middle installment pushes the series past the point of no return.
For all the labyrinthine wandering in the second installment, the story doesn't manage to cover much ground.
This exploratory journey has plenty of gorgeous environments, but no puzzles and only a sprinkling of obscure storytelling along the way.
Its shifting environments offer a unique maze-like concept, but its gameplay and story will both leave players hopelessly in the dark.
Puzzles aren't dead; they're just hibernating in the north, like in these enlightening Inuit platforming adventures.
Where it fits along genre lines isn't black and white, but this stylish haunted house survival thriller has terrifying atmosphere to burn.
The long-awaited second installment is handsome and funny, if a little less epic than the brilliant series debut.
Some lesser-known Norse mythology is squarely at the center of this stylish world-turning puzzler.
They weren't easy to see tucked in amongst the crowds, but we found plenty of adventuring goodness at the London convention.
The awards are over for another year, with a whopping total of seventeen adventures taking home an Aggie statuette.
The envelopes remain sealed, but today we unveil the finalists competing for Adventure Gamers' coveted statuettes.
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