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Fragmented Almanac review

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Fragmented Almanac review

Fragmented Almanac is an intriguing new addition to the Dreamcast’s small adventure library. It can feel like more of a tech demo than a fully realized game, but with two different gameplay types to experience, the end result is enjoyable enough for the brief time it lasts... Read more

Between Horizons review

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Between Horizons review

It may have a few minor malfunctions, but Between Horizons launches players on an exciting and branching interstellar detective journey, looking for clues, questioning suspects, and maybe saving the remnants of humanity in the process. ... Read more

Tintin Reporter: Cigars of the Pharaoh review

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Tintin Reporter: Cigars of the Pharaoh review

There’s potential here for a good time, but Pendulo and Microids have failed rather miserably at giving Hergé’s beloved character the game he deserves. Riddled with bugs and shallow gameplay that is all over the place, Tintin Reporter: Cigars of the Pharaoh is a disappointing experience that even a diehard fan of the series will have trouble enjoying for long... Read more

Escape from Mystwood Mansion review

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Escape from Mystwood Mansion review

A charming atmosphere, puzzles that are just right, and bonus secrets are all waiting to be unlocked in the fantastic escape room adventure Escape from Mystwood Mansion... Read more

Reveil review

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Reveil review

Reveil takes you on a thrilling nightmare journey through one man’s memories of life at the circus on a quest for truth (and missing loved ones) that will keep you on the edge of your bleacher seat... Read more

A Highland Song review

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A Highland Song review

A Highland Song is a beautifully frustrating journey into the Highlands, Scottish history, and the life of a troubled teenager. Showcasing both the marvels and the menace of that rugged land, it offers a powerful sense of place, memorable tales, and a big heart... Read more

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Not all aspects bridge the decades-long gap seamlessly, but as a modern re-imagining, Alone in the Dark is at once a comprehensive love letter to the venerated original and hands-down one of the best forays into Lovecraftian horror yet. ... Read more

Conrad Stevenson's Paranormal P.I. review

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Conrad Stevenson's Paranormal P.I. review

Conrad Stevenson’s Paranormal P.I. forces you to be patient and follow procedures to the letter, but once you get the hang of exploring haunted environs in search of ghosts, figuring out whose spirit is still lingering and finding the right way to get them to move on can be highly rewarding... Read more

A Tiny Sticker Tale review

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A Tiny Sticker Tale review

Playing with anthropomorphic stickers on a sticker book using stickers to solve sticky situations is a can’t-miss premise. While A Tiny Sticker Tale will surely be too simple to appeal to everyone, and the story could have been more robust, younger kids should love it and it has enough charm and satisfying puzzles to ensure a joyful few hours for just about anyone... Read more

CLeM review

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CLeM review

Despite the occasional patience-testing puzzle, CLeM’s inventive gameplay and exploratory style make this quirky hand-drawn “Psychotic Adventure” worth a peek... Read more

Champy the Useless Vampire review

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Champy the Useless Vampire review

Champy the Useless Vampire is a very short and easy adventure game that won’t pose any challenge to the experienced gamer, but its charming cartoon presentation and cozy gameplay might mesmerize their kids enough to try out the point-and-click adventure genre... Read more

Saltsea Chronicles review

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Saltsea Chronicles review

Even with a bit of open exploration, Saltsea Chronicles is essentially a visual novel – a character-driven story you read on screens of charmingly beautiful backgrounds. It’s a stress-free piece of interactive media that invites players to help write the unfolding tale, but those looking for deeper gameplay won’t find any swashbuckling, seafaring action in these calm seas... Read more

Tomb Raider I-III Remastered review

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Tomb Raider I-III Remastered review

It may largely be a greatest hits set for existing fans, but this is a comprehensive bundle whose new visuals and updated control schemes are nice options to introduce the original series to the uninitiated... Read more

Another Fisherman's Tale review

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Another Fisherman's Tale review

Although quite different from its predecessor, Another Fisherman’s Tale is another brilliant game from InnerspaceVR that combines a vibrant world, moving story, and reality-bending mechanics. An instant classic for both fans of virtual reality and narrative games... Read more

American Arcadia review

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American Arcadia review

Like a bingeable TV show, American Arcadia is slickly presented and tightly paced, resulting in a charismatic and entertaining theme park ride of an adventure, even if the simple characters and somewhat unfocused approach to gameplay doesn’t foster much lasting impact... Read more

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