GameStooge reviews Telltale Games' latest game, Puzzle Agent.
Excerpt: "Nelson’s visit to Scoggins is filled with the same air of disquiet, even as it lulls you into a false sense of security – simple acts of violence like cocking a gun are louder than most Hollywood explosions. The game is a slow burn in that when something happens, its punctuated. Nelson is a mild man, despite being sort of a kook with a passion for puzzles and bubblegum. When things happen, you feel his distress. The slow burn of oddness and threatened violence finally explodes at the end, which will stay with many players a few hours after the game is over. It’s not a cliffhanger, but rather a non-ending that leaves you at once confused, trying to figure out just what happened, and wanting more."