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The Walking Dead Season 2 Ep. 2 Review: Dividing Loyalties

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The second installment of The Walking Dead Season 2 keeps most of its gameplay and puzzle-solving subtle, requiring players and Clementine to navigate how they’ll deal with the story’s other characters.

Ryse: Son of Rome Review – A Quick Rise, Then A Long Fall

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Repetitive combat is an huge and ugly blemish on an otherwise beautiful showcase of the Xbox One’s capabilities

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst Review

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NUNS3 on PC is the definitive version of the manga tie-in game, but as an entry point for new players, it falls short.

Batman Arkham Origins Review – The Dark Knight Coasts

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It may no longer be Rocksteady, but Arkham Origins is still rock solid

The Stanley Parable Review: The Choice Isn’t Yours

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Davey Wreden’s adventure is an idiosyncratic, illuminating experience.

Papers, Please Review: Border (Double) Crossing

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Papers, Please is an exercise in anxiety, moral dilemmas, and a constant slide toward destitution and death. You should definitely play it.

Dark Souls 2 Beta Impressions — Yeah, This Game Is Still Really Hard

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In his first look at the beta, Mitch examines the ways Dark Souls 2 is easier, and harder than its predecessors.

The Raven Chapter 3 Review: Not Quite Christie, But Still Fun

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Though its conclusion plays a little fast and loose with the narrative, the third chapter of The Raven brings the story to a decent ending with some fun puzzles.

Indie Gems: Shelter Feeds Its Young

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Shelter is a sad little game about the most caring badger in the world.

Memoria Preview: A Double Dose of Fantasy Storytelling

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Adventure game maker Daedalic’s approach to tell two parallel stories works well in the opening hours of upcoming title Memoria.

Night of the Rabbit Review: A Magical Journey, Only Slightly Confusing

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Though it suffers from some pacing issues and some esoteric puzzles that plague so much of the genre, The Night of the Rabbit is beautiful, whimsical, and usually challenging without being irritating.

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Review – An Emotional Journey

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Brothers packs an emotional punch in its story, but does it still make for a good game?

The Last Door Starts With Suicide, Then Gets Creepier

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Free episodic horror adventure title The Last Door keeps its graphics simple, but doesn’t skimp on foreboding atmosphere.

The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief Chapter 1 Review

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The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief is on the easy side of adventure titles and lacks a bit of polish, but makes up for it with fun characters and an intriguing mystery plot.

The Raven Preview: Hunting a Master Thief in 1963

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The Adventure Company’s upcoming point-and-click title has an Agatha Christie air and an earnest protagonist it’s hard not to like.

1954: Alcatraz: Indie Dev, Daedalic Team on Period Adventure

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A period title set in San Francisco, 1954: Alcatraz’s focus on accuracy and research is bringing some interesting elements to your usual adventure game.

Like Daedalic Games? Four More Coming This Year

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For more E3 news, previews and commentary bookmark Game Front’s official E3 hub. German developer and publisher Daedelic Entertainment has…

Double E3 Preview: Deadfall Adventures, The Raven

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In a quiet booth away from the most popular E3 venues, Nordic Games showed off two unassuming, but fun, games.

Rogue Legacy Review: A Stellar Cellar Door Game

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A fresh and innovative take on the classic sidescrolling formula make this legacy one worth remembering.

Kentucky Route Zero: Act 1 Review: Enter the Surreal South

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The first act of Kentucky Route Zero takes players into a surreal world that has a lot of promise — and a fair amount of strangeness.

2013 IGF Finalists: Excellence in Narrative

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There’s nothing quite so engrossing as a good story told well.

Daedalic’s Goodbye Deponia Coming to End Trilogy in Fall 2013

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Given how funny the last edition of the trilogy was, I’m looking forward to this one.

Chaos on Deponia Review: Weirdness, Humor Elevate the Formula

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Daedalic’s second game in the Deponia trilogy is funnier, with a tighter story, and on the whole just better than its predecessor.

Deponia Review: Humor to Distract From Confusion

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Humor keeps Deponia from losing steam under a few tough-to-figure puzzles that strain logical thinking.

Deponia 2 Preview: A Really Funny Adventure Sequel

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Lots of humor and some tough puzzles await adventure game fans in Deponia 2, and it seems like it’s worth a look.

Lost Games of Evil Computers and Alien Shapeshifters

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Check out these two horror games that are hard to come by, but worth the extra effort.

Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes Review

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Full of dark humor and solid puzzles, adventure fans should definitely dive into the weird worlds of Harvey’s New Eyes.

5 Horror Games You Might Want to Greenlight

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Steam’s Greenlight program offers some games that sound pretty promising. We’ve found a few worth your attention.

Love Impressions — A Game That Rewards Dedication

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Love is huge, beautiful, and not much like anything else out there. Just be ready to do some reading before playing.

‘Finding Shepard’ is a Fan-Made Adventure Game About Jack

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This looks so cool.

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