- Publisher: Bandai Namco Games
- Release Date: Nov 18, 2022
- Also On: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X
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Nov 28, 2022The game feels like a regression from Supermassive's previous work. The Quarry was a refreshing return to form for Supermassive, but The Devil in Me and the overall lackluster quality of the rest of The Dark Pictures Anthology make me think that this IP may be out of ideas.
Nov 24, 2022With so much potential under their belt after their last successful release, Supermassive dropped the ball with The Devil in Me, leaving players with crappy graphics, crappier mechanics and the crappiest of characters.
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Jan 23, 2023It may entertain the fan, but it makes it clear that a complete overhaul of the formula is overdue.
Awards & Rankings
Mixed or average reviews- based on 78 Ratings
User score distribution:
Positive: 30 out of 78
Mixed: 22 out of 78
Negative: 26 out of 78
Nov 20, 2022This game was a massive improvement over the previous games and took it in different direction and it pulled off
Nov 19, 2022A complete mess. Many game breaking bugs that require you to restart the game. A lot of slow crawling and climbing in an attempt to make theA complete mess. Many game breaking bugs that require you to restart the game. A lot of slow crawling and climbing in an attempt to make the playtime longer. The story itself is really boring and predictable, and many things remain unanswered. I’ve played the entire dark pictures series and can say that this one is the worst of them all.… Full Review »
Dec 17, 2022i swear these games are getting worse and worse. writing, facial animations and graphics depth of field - all jarringly bad. voices -i swear these games are getting worse and worse. writing, facial animations and graphics depth of field - all jarringly bad. voices - mediocre. art direction - not bad.… Full Review »