Unforgiving: A Northern Hymn Image
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  • Summary: Unforgiving - A Northern Hymn is a first person horror game heavily inspired by Swedish folklore and the Nordic mythology to create the nightmares that's been haunting Swedish children for many generations.
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  1. Oct 12, 2018
    7
    For an hardcore player of the horror genre, the game is just above average in all aspects. There are some creative things, but mostly it'sFor an hardcore player of the horror genre, the game is just above average in all aspects. There are some creative things, but mostly it's just a mediocre copy of the Amnesia: Dark Descent. The most frustrating thing is, you can't change the controls !!! Expand
  2. Feb 3, 2020
    7
    GOOD
    Intriguing story. Amazing sound effects make for a very creepy atmosphere. Very good voice acting.
    BAD The scary atmosphere wears
    GOOD
    Intriguing story. Amazing sound effects make for a very creepy atmosphere. Very good voice acting.

    BAD
    The scary atmosphere wears off towards the second part of the game and it sort of turns into a generic run, hide and avoid monster by learning its patterns game. Tops it off with a lackluster ending.
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  3. Jul 23, 2020
    7
    Impressive indie game.
    For a horror game, all the criteria are good except the graphics, but good graphics aren't that important for horror
    Impressive indie game.
    For a horror game, all the criteria are good except the graphics, but good graphics aren't that important for horror games.
    The story plot is quite good and have a nice aproach.
    Unfortunally isn't too much unique, its a little bit generic.
    Ending is really good in my opinion.
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