This isn't a tribute to nudity, but adult games with darker themes that benefit from the wisdom of your years
This sequel and its predecessor tick off deep explorations of grief, revenge, and sexuality, and depict a moralistic minefield of whether it’s ever possible to be on ‘the good side.’
Though this underwater horror contains the odd BioShock-esque monster, its most terrifying parts have more to do with questions of identity and isolation than simple jump scares.
This is a beautiful and poignant journey through the stories of the Finch family, and comes with a large helping of utter tragedy.
The human costs of living under a dictatorship are brutally exposed in this clever indie. Cast as a government crony at a border checkpoint, you can either ruin or save immigrants' lives with a stamp.
There’s plenty in The Witcher 3 that could be considered 'adult' - violence, politics, the entire Bloody Baron questline - but what makes it most mature is its attitude towards sex.
When you start Spec Ops it feels like ‘just another shooter’. However, it quickly descends into something smarter, more subversive, and far darker than you first assume.
While protagonist Kaitlin Greenbriar is the only character in the house, the lives of her family practically bleed out of the walls in this emotionally layered indie.