I don't get why people are so hateful toward cinematic video games. It's just another genre to me. I enjoyed Heavy Rain, Until Dawn, even The Order well enough, and I was sure not to spend more than $15 on each.
That said, this game was pretty cool, but I wish there were more ways that the characters could die, especially since no one can even really die until the last quarter of the game. But I do love how it blended together so many different parts of horror (ghosts, monsters, serial killers, etc) And it was interesting how the characters I didn't like at the start of the game I really cared about toward the end, especially Ashley.
>>322985184 I might've gotten a better experience than normal because right off the bat I turned off aim assist. I just wish it had a lot more shooter segments, and less "press and hold L1, now wiggle the right analog stick while also pressing triangle repeatedly....Door unlocked!"
It was alright. Only paid 30bucks for a new copy of the Special Edition though. >dlc """""episode""""" is just a little bonus thing with Matt and Emily checking the cable car https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wchJHihs_9A
>>322993551 UD was an actual shooter back then, with the PS Move.
UD2 needs to be a Thing spinoff. >no clue EVER who could be "the thing" >even when you play as other characters you cannot know for certain your character isn't fucked >same idea of surviving the night from the first game while crazy shit goes down
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