Dark Fall 3: Lost Souls PC

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7.1

Mixed or average reviews- based on 28 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 18 out of 28
  2. Negative: 5 out of 28

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  1. DanielN
    Jan 4, 2010
    9
    The newest game from Darkling Room and Jonathan Boakes will have you looking behind you to make sure no-ones there and jumping at the tiniest little sound. This is an impeccable piece of Indie game making and one which fully warrants the £25 price. The graphics are beautiful, the story is extremely clever and the characters are very well thought out. If you played the original Dark The newest game from Darkling Room and Jonathan Boakes will have you looking behind you to make sure no-ones there and jumping at the tiniest little sound. This is an impeccable piece of Indie game making and one which fully warrants the £25 price. The graphics are beautiful, the story is extremely clever and the characters are very well thought out. If you played the original Dark Fall you will be returning to an already familiar location but it in no way feels like a recycled location. Everything has been re-built from the ground up. The only downside to this is the voice acting which does show the Indie side of it. However its nice to hear voices you recognize from other games you've enjoyed (Nanny Noah from The Lost Crown) but sometimes the repeated lines of dialogue do grate. This is definatley a worthwhile purchase and is one of the single best horror games to come out in a very long time. Expand

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Metascore
75

Generally favorable reviews - based on 8 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 8
  2. Negative: 0 out of 8
  1. A solid story well told and creaky gameplay mechanics result in a good game, but one that's definitely not recommended for a wide audience.
  2. AceGamez
    58
    Dark Fall: Lost Souls is aimed squarely at the Myst crowd: if you like taking your time pondering over clues, taking meticulous notes and solving some brain-bending puzzles, then you’ll render a considerable degree of enjoyment from the game. If not, then its tension and suspense will be lost on you thanks to the snail’s pace it takes and the distinct lack of anything remotely exciting happening.
  3. Dark Fall: Lost Souls proves that the point-and-click genre hasn’t met his demise yet. Thankfully passionate individuals like Jonathan Boakes create games like this in their spare time. Lost Souls may not be of the same high quality as the other two entries in the series, but it still is a must-have for people with a weak for a good horror story and old fashioned point-and-click games.