Frictional returns with a subversion of horror tropes, though it's not quite the measure of other games in the series.
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A likeable campaign can't make up for unexciting design.
There as much to enjoy as there is to frustrate in this short, sparky revival of the cult classic.
There's plenty that's familiar about Ubisoft's belated entry into a bloated genre, but there's plenty that's quietly impressive too.
An effectively eerie backdrop is undone slightly by frustrating stealth in this enjoyable indie horror game.
Handsome visuals can't quite make up for bugs and a lack of urgency.
There's much to love in this colourful free-to-play Switch exclusive, but it's obscured by some clumsy design.
There's plenty to admire in this smart and adventurous horror, though you'll have to endure some missteps to get there.
Cloudpunk offers a beautiful city to explore, but unfortunately there's not much to discover there once you delve deeper.
A rare Stadia exclusive presents a simple, touching story, matched by mechanics that are a touch too slight.