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The first act of Double Fine's Kickstarter reminds me why I fell in love with adventure games in the first place.
Nidhogg's sword-fighting is exhilarating and exquisitely balanced. Against friends, its appeal is perhaps limitless.
This artsy yet challenging game is as weird as its title suggests, and surprisingly clever as well.
A beautiful, brutal tactical RPG. Come for the battles, but stay for the art and musical score.
How does tinyBuild's "Roguelike Stealth Furniture-Eating Simulator" hold up?
Platinum Games' insane, awesome Metal Gear spinoff has arrived on PC. Is it more than a throwaway port?
The classic adventure series thrills us once again in the first half of Broken Sword 5.
Ravensword: Shadowlands brings all the compromises of mobile gaming to a PC platform that doesn't need them.
Short-lived holiday cheer.
Samurai Gunn's fast-paced combat is a blast, but be prepared to round up your friends.
Clementine is an incredible star to a struggling story in Telltale's sophomore season of the episodic zombie adventure.
Bravado is no match for sound dogfighting strategy in this free-to-play aerial combat. But beware of kamikaze jerks!
Air Conflicts: Vietnam shoots for arcade action but instead just crashes and burns.
We were not whelmed by this squad-based action RPG based on the superhero sidekick animated series.
The Novelist is an interesting, minimalist game about family relationships whose subtlety is undermined by some superficial narrative choices.
After a rocky middle chapter, The Raven bounces back, if only slightly.
In deep space, no one can hear you scheme.
The best version of one the greatest RPGs of all time.
Indy's distant, less enjoyable cousin.
Chivalry's new add-on is a bloody mess of a good time.