10cf746e54 Each chapter has a different visual style to help differentiate them from one another. Is this a must have, by no means is it, but it is definitely something you should at the very least check out and see. As you move out of your room you’ll start exploring the “other world” version of the establishment. It definitely plays like a classic, has a decent sountrack and the story is interesting. The problem with horror video games is they’ve never really grown up. After I figure out where I need to go, I have to rely heavily on the "hint" button to point me to the correct doors; otherwise I'd end up going in a several circles.I haven't beaten it yet when I'm writing this, but I'm definitely excited (and hesitant :p) to get back into it to reveal more of the story.
News Reviews Games Mobile Hardware Previews Articles Features Series Directory Company Event Game Platform Soundtracks Forums RSS . The story builds coherently as you proceed and weaves an effective little tale of psychosis and paranoia. It advertises itself as a horror-based game, when it is not. "Ohhh, I'm in a dark hallway using a camera's flash to see, something is gonna pop up- yup there it is""I'm zooming in on a small peep hole, somethings gonna pop up - yup, there it is."The problem is, the jumpscares didn't scare me, they startled me for a moment, and then I went back to the game like normal.The graphics are fine and same with the sounds.Some of the puzzles make little sense and have no clues, but the majority are easy and the clues are blatantly thrown in your face.When you're traveling through hallways with the arrows, a lot of times when you open a door, you'll enter the next section facing the door that you just entered through, which threw me off more times than I can count. As far as a recommendation? For 99 cents? That's a definite yes. A brief intro video sets the scene: you’re playing Sam, an ex-drug addict who checks himself in to a rehab clinic somewhere unknown. The story is incomplete, and the storytelling features are below par; the entire story is explained on newspaper snippets, which is the only time voice acting is present (and I don't know if it's just me but he reads WAY too slow). could be scarier though.