Vegas Tales is an interesting new FMV game where you are hired to interview four sets of people to see who most deserves to inherit a Las Vegas resort when its owner passes away. Featuring light investigation and heavy interviewing, Vegas Tales provides a unique take on interactive movies.
The psychological thriller FMV game I Saw Black Clouds plays more like an interactive movie than a videogame. If you are looking for a spooky psychological thriller that is easy to play but difficult to master, then I Saw Black Clouds can provide that mind-blowing and spine-chilling experience.
The Dark Side of the Moon is an interactive FMV adventure and mystery that begins as one man searching for his lost children and evolves into an epic sci-fi thriller where the fate of his family hangs in the balance.
Night Book is an occult thriller interactive movie game from Wales Interactive that has players trying to keep the main character and her family alive as she faces off with vindictive spirits and a lingering curse that threatens to destroy everything she loves.
Kimo Kang has never had a girlfriend despite being almost 30 years old. Guide this lovable loser through a challenging and sometimes painful blind date in this delightful FMV game from Korean developer Indicava Interactive.
Set up like a television series, the Dark Nights With Poe and Munro game follows two charismatic radio hosts as they fumble through some strange and at times unsettling supernatural mysteries while also building up their relationship and trying to stay alive.
Williams Pinball: Volume 5 features three classic tables from the golden age of arcades. All are faithfully reproduced with beautiful graphics and accurate ball and gameplay physics. Tables in this volume include Tales of the Arabian Nights, Cirqus Voltaire and No Good Gofers.
A Plague Tale: Innocence is one of the most engrossing (and sometimes simply gross) adventure titles to come out in a long time. Set during a time of plague, it finds a vulnerable young French girl and her little brother trying to survive invaders, angry peasantry, the Inquisition, and billions of very hungry rats.
Rocksmith is the next logical step in guitar music games, where you plug in your actual guitar to your console, and then learn how to play it. It’s a neat concept done well, but may not have mass appeal.
Mata Hari offers a gorgeous adventure game that follows the life of the legendary dancer and spy from her humble beginnings and on into The Great War.