A dated gameplay experience leaves more of a fear of playing The Conjuring House than of the terrors within.
If a game is made available for play, it should be playable to some degree, and in my experience Fear The Wolves is simply not.
The Gardens Between is a unique puzzler that makes up for its slow pacing with a deeply nostalgic and emotional story.
The Inner Friend, despite having an interesting premise, some unique visuals, and a memorable atmosphere, is an exercise in the whole being less than the sum of the...
The Low Road was about a three hour-long playthrough where at times I chose to skip through meaningless dialogue and push straight on through with the narrative.
If you’re afraid of the sea, you probably shouldn’t play this game. If you aren’t, you will be after spending a few hours inside your walking coffin.