There’s just something about the Noir aesthetic that gets me excited to play a game. When you think about it, film noir is filled with tropes that sound like they’d make for an excellent video game. There’s action, adventure, intrigue and a dark, gritty tone that would make a game world incredibly tense to explore. It’s kind of strange that the noir genre hasn’t been adapted to video games more often. Luckily, Calvino Noir Limited’s new stealth adventure Calvino Noir absolutely nails the noir experience, while also offering some solid (if frustrating) gameplay to go along with it.