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The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me – First-Look Preview

With spooky storytelling, The Dark Pictures Anthology lays the groundwork for fans of the unique narrative-style gameplay often found in games like Telltale’s The Walking Dead series and Life Is Strange, but with a little more horror. I’m here. For those of you who don’t know, this anthology from Supermassive Games includes Man of Medan, House of Ashes, and The Quarry, all of which serve as individual episodes within a larger season, The next fourth and final entry – called The Devil In Me – seems to take the series to some truly frightening heights. Through this grotesque, sawtooth-inspired labyrinth, searching for clues, solving puzzles, and making narrative choices that determine who lives or dies. Lead 5 different characters.

Although I didn’t get to try The Devil In Me myself, I had the chance to check out a 30-minute hands-off demo that showcases the newly added features. The Devil In Me feels even more streamlined than its predecessor.

Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me Screenshots

The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me centers around 5 different characters: Kate, Charlie, Erin, Jamie and Mark. Each work for his fictional Lonnit Entertainment Company and are trying to make a documentary about the reenactment of HH Holmes’ “Murder”. castle. “What makes this interesting is that each of the five characters is designed as a playable protagonist. According to game director Tom Heaton, anyone can live or die depending on their choices.” We even got to see a character’s death unfold after a series of failed choices, which makes The Devil In Me seem very multifaceted in the many different ways it can be approached. , aside from Charlie, a talkative businessman who has a unique ability to unlock with his platinum credit card, I’m not familiar enough with these characters’ personality traits to describe them, but Supermassive promises that each character will have a few more traits, and for them it might be worth checking out different results on different playthroughs than you’ll see right away.

Guide five different characters through this grotesque, sawtooth-inspired labyrinth while searching for clues, solving puzzles, and making narrative choices that determine who lives or dies.

In The Devil In Me, the exploration mechanics are decidedly more action-oriented. The dilapidated hotel in which The Devil In Me takes place is filled with rugged terrain and potentially many nooks and crannies to find secrets. So it makes sense that there are more cues to jump on ledges, crawl under things, avoid hazards, and generally do more in the environment. As a result, it looks more interactive and cinematic, and could help make you want to spend more time exploring these environments, solving The Devil In Me’s supposedly seven-hour storyline. Because it sounds like there are a lot of different ways you can do it.

That said, a great deal of attention seems to have been paid to HH Homes itself, and this extends to the “murder castle” hotel with its meticulous attention to detail. The villain placed a number of saw-like traps around the building. One of them had two mannequins frighteningly chained to an actual saw. It pretty accurately tracks real-life traps found in a very realistic and very frightening hotel. So history buffs might be particularly interested in checking this out.

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