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  • Summary: The game beautifully blends eerie adventure and exploration with action-based survival horror and puzzle-solving elements. In 1886, a mysterious character with an unknown past awakens in Burkittsville, MD, just as several baffling events begin to befall the town's inhabitants. [Gathering of Developers] Expand
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 21
  2. Negative: 5 out of 21
  1. 70
    It seems a shame that Volume Two ends before it really begins. The potential for a fantastically unnerving gaming experience is cut way too short.
  2. This is creepy in a really bad way.
  3. While it is creepy, and does have a solid story the mixed presentation and weak controls mar the experience.
  4. Although it looks like Rustin Parr and uses the same technology, there’s none of the flair and precision of its big brother, and it’s decidedly shorter, which isn’t great since "Rustin Parr" was over too quickly to start with.
  5. It's not very scary and it's not much of an adventure. It's nothing more than a predictable and formulaic action title that does little to continue the mystique and myths of the Blair Witch.
  6. The design leans far too heavily on passive, informational sequences rather than immersing the user in what is potentially an incredibly interactive environment.

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  2. Negative: 1 out of 2
  1. KataraD.
    Nov 16, 2001
    Not bad, not great. So easy to play an 8 year old could do it, but has some of the creepy elements I loved in Blair Witch the movie.
  2. CourtnieN.
    Aug 27, 2001
    I hated the movie, the game stinks.