Fun doesn’t have to make sense
I too remember the nineties.
Looking for a new kind of difficulty?
Echolocation adds an interesting element to this horror title.
Excellent writing that leaves us wanting more
This Ain’t Dark Souls: A AA-Parody.
Slow-Simmered Horror Perfection The first Outlast was something of a critical darling. Many viewed it as a revolutionary horror game with a unique setting and novel premise. As a lifelong survival horror nut, though, I walked away from it with a feeling of...
A good game that left too much up to randomness.
Hardcore fans may find lots to love, but newcomers may be left wanting more.