Sumo Newcastle's debut is an engrossing but substanceless heist game - and an interestingly grim take on Robin Hood.
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A simple but quietly captivating 3D collectathon with a gorgeous setting.
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The novella's dated metaphors are ousted in the best moments of this interactive homage, but its alternative endings pull their punches
A lovely, mildly experimental city sim with some sinister undertones it never tries to explore.
Supermassive still knows how to plunge you into paranoia, but the second Dark Pictures entry feels a little lost in the woods.
Awe Interactive's hellbound original finds the music at the heart of the first-person shooter
A squirming body horror labyrinth whose mix of ability-gating and backtracking slightly cramps its matchless creature design.
A weird, wry and wholesome underground puzzler with spellbinding art direction and music.