This flawed but amusing indie retro adventure provides a lighter take on the usual sci-fi tropes.
The finale caps an uneven series with a bloody good time and a worthy addition to Fabletown lore.
Lifeless Planet review
This alien world exploration gets a boost from its creative environmental puzzles, but is let down by its flimsy story and repetition.
The Fall review
This grim sci-fi adventure may look like Metroid, but its slick side-scrolling presentation suits its intelligent story and atmosphere perfectly.
Black Rainbow review
The early promise of this casual adventure proves to be fool's gold of simplistic gameplay and a colourless story.
Murdered: Soul Suspect review
This big-budget paranormal thriller oozes haunting atmosphere, but lacks enough soul to make up for its devilish stealth sequences.
It's Nancy Drew-meets-reality TV in a weak installment that only shines in bits and pieces.
Among the Sleep review
This unique horror seen through the eyes of a two-year-old is rich in creepy atmosphere but its gameplay is a bit wobbly on its legs.
Cyan's exploratory 3D adventure gets an impressive graphical makeover that makes Myst look more real than ever.
realMyst flashback review
The free-roaming version of Cyan's venerable classic took players to a whole new dimension and a short new Age.
The penultimate episode is a disappointingly toothless affair that's all dressed up with nowhere to go.
Kentucky Route Zero: Act III review
The magical surrealist adventure rolls brilliantly along, delivering its first glimpse of a coherent story arc.
The middle installment carves out a slow character-driven drama before ramping up to a mind-blowing conclusion.
A bit of bone-picking aside, this intriguing minimalist indie adventure offers plenty of philosophical food for thought.
The long-overdue sequel is better than its predecessor, but the globetrotting crime thriller still isn't particularly memorable.