PC Point and Click

Irony Curtain: From Matryoshka with Love Review

Hats off to Artifex Mundi for having guts to make a diversion into point-and-click adventures. Irony Curtain: From Matryoshka with Love could easily have been a leftover turkey that wasn’t tasty even the first time it was roasted, but it sticks its landing right through to the very last scene.

Irony Curtain: From Matryoshka with Love Review

Whispers of a Machine Review

Mundane wisdom and a Nordic cool ambience raise the game above the average crop that nowadays litters the once-flourished genre. It successfully does its bidding in showing why point-and-click adventures are so rewarding.

Whispers of a Machine Review

Figment Review

Figment is not a point and click adventure game, but it certainly eschews a lot of the same sensibilities and gameplay concepts. You do not actually point and click, but the gameplay style is very reminiscent of old-school adventure-styled games like Sam and Max and Broken Age.

Figment Review

Batman: Episode 1 - Realm of Shadows

You could make the argument that it’s a Batman game, which means I’m in it for the duration anyway, and you wouldn’t be wrong, at all, but I am actually genuinely interested to see where this goes outside of that. And because it’s Batman. For their first steps in the Dark Knight’s boots, they made one heck of an entrance.

Batman: Episode 1 - Realm of Shadows

The Detail Episode 2: From The Ashes

Without spoiling anything, it is hard to explain how great From the Ashes truly is. The Detail is heating up and episode 2 provides it with the spark and breath it needs to last three additional episodes.

The Detail Episode 2: From The Ashes

The Walking Dead Episode 5: No Time Left

If you care about video games as an expressive medium, you need to play this game. It's too important to avoid. If you are sick of zombie stories, you need to play this game. If you hate video games and despise the thought of playing one, you need to play this game.

The Walking Dead Episode 5: No Time Left