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Fans of first-person adventure games should definitely look forward to developer PaperSeven's early 2017 debut.
Sentient corn and a curmudgeonly, Russian teddy bear make up Finish Line Games' attempt to instill this burgeoning genre with humor.
Mindfield Games' creepy, claustrophobic sci-fi mystery brings the first-person adventure to some great places.
Campo Santo's debut provides some great, low-key character drama—even if the end may leave you feeling a little empty.
Where should you start with this often misunderstood genre? Check out our list of the best games that opt for atmosphere instead of action.
Lucky Pause's atmospheric, abandoned backdrop isn't just fun to explore—it'll test your mind as well.
Tale of Tales' environmental storytelling game definitely offers an experience you've never had before—even if it takes a bit too long to make its point.