In this game you wake up in complete amnesia after a car crash in an asylum... no name, no face (your head is completely wrapped up with bandages)... The scary and creepy atmosphere of this game lead to the removal of this game from store shelves one week after it was out in France... I remember looking for it everywhere at the time and finally finding it in a FNAC after asking an seller (the game was indeed for sale but only under the desk...)
Batman Arkham Asylum is the first stealth game I've ever tried and I'm glad a friend lend me this one as it was a blast... Its sequel is already downloaded in my steam library and I'm quite eager to try it... Maybe I'll also have a look at the Assassin's creed series... Advice anyone?
Discworld Noir differs from other Discworld adventure games not only thanks to its more serious tone and much darker "film noir" atmosphere, but also because of its gameplay. Instead of inventory-based puzzles there are clues, which Lewton writes down in his notebook and which should be then used whenever there is a connection between the clue and the situation in question.
This game from Double Fine is really cute and the concept is quite interesting... You incarnate a small Russian doll and you can jump into bigger ones to benefit from their special abilities... All in all a winner (The only thing I'm not quite sure I'm fond of is the idea of doing the same puzzle twice or three times, with different solving methods)