- Publisher: NIS America
- Release Date: Oct 25, 2022
- Also On: PlayStation 4, Switch
To break a curse placed upon her, a young girl must venture into the haunted streets of her town at night to search for her lost memories while evading
the twisted spirits that lurk in the darkness.
- Developer: Nippon Ichi Software
- Genre(s): Action Adventure, Adventure, General
- # of players: No Online Multiplayer
- Cheats: On GameFAQs
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Yomawari: Lost in the Dark - Announcement Trailer - Nintendo Switch
Positive: 3 out of 5
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Nov 14, 2022Yomawari: Lost in the Dark's core gameplay loop is one that's not exactly brimming with mechanical complexity. But thanks to the impeccable atmosphere, extensive enemy variety, and memorable moments, the game doesn't really need it.
Nov 7, 2022The game inherits the unique points of its previous series, both in good and bad ways. It is true that you can easily find out several elements were recycled in the map and enemy designs, but doubled volume compared to the previous work and impressive main story line is compensating those issues. While the newly added "closing eyes" function plays an important role in the story, there seems much space for improvement in the actual system.
Oct 24, 2022Everything that made the first two Yomawari games special are here. The only problem is that nothing was added on top. This isn’t Yomawari: Plus One; it’s Yomawari: Another One. I wouldn’t even say it’s Yomawari: The Best One.
Oct 31, 2022The Yomawari series is one with its own tone and atmosphere, and the town of Lost in the Dark is a wonderfully spooky place to explore on an inevitable confrontation with a young girl’s trauma.
Nov 6, 2022Yomawari: Lost in the Dark is perfect for amateur-level horror players wanting to dip their feet into a game scarier than what they’re used to. The dim lighting, disfigured monsters, stealth mechanics, and creepy atmosphere—all wrapped up in a beautiful (but really terrifying) 2D world—will be all the training you need to take on even scarier games. And if horror doesn’t phase you, then the well-crafted and deeply folkloric setting will reel you in. Be warned though, the final act is both monotonous and disappointing.
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