If you’re a true crime fan, this is going to be the one for you, while also showing you the dangers of letting a true crime obsession go too far. Sometimes, I guess we all need a reminder that going to an exact replica of a place where gruesome murders happened is a terrible idea, even if it is in the name of ‘art’.
The Devil in Me is a really good, surprisingly well thought out horror game. It offers a tense atmosphere in its beautiful, haunted hotel. Next time, it’d be nice to see better actors and actresses and work on the main characters’ mental side, however. Still, it’s a proper horror to be enjoyed alone or with friends.
This one is absolutely fantastic, by far the best one of the series. Really a great game that is up there with Until Dawn. After House of Ashes i thought the series is dead already but Devil in me is **** legendary. It is really much better than the other 3 games of the series.
Supermassive Games successfully concludes the first season of The Dark Pictures Anthology on a thundering note. Powerful performances from a diverse cast of characters and an extremely interesting premise based off of real-life serial killer H.H. Holmes allows The Devil In Me to outshine its predecessors in just about every way.
While I found The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me much more engaging than the previous installment and with a better premise than most, it didn't do much else to distinguish itself from other installments narratively.
The Devil in Me brings a very uneven first season of The Dark Pictures Anthology to a close, and I’m left a little ambivalent from the experience. I enjoyed all four of these games to some extent, and I’m curious as to what they’ll do with the next game, Directive 8020. But it’s clear after playing The Devil in Me that Supermassive needs to give these games a little more breathing room. While it’s certainly impressive that they’ve maintained a yearly release schedule for the Anthology, games like The Quarry show that these experiences could be made so much more. I genuinely hope that The Dark Pictures one day become truly great horror games rather than just novelties.
Horror games, at their very core, are all about the fear factor. Developer Supermassive Games did a fantastic job of sustaining the unpleasantness in certain sequences, but couldn’t maintain it for the entire length of the game. I come away from The Devil in Me with a new-found fear of seeing button prompts pop up at every available opportunity. That being said, there’s still a lot to like about this game, particularly if you’re a fan of the previous instalments. I particularly enjoyed the different modes available. There’s a single-player mode which offers different perspectives, as well as a multiplayer mode if you’re not feeling particularly brave that day.
With 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.
Ich habe alle Spiele der Reihe geschenkt bekommen. und ganz Klar, das ist der Beste Teil der Reihe.
Kurze Spieldauer was für mich ein plus ist.
Endlich haben Entscheidungen Konsequenzen und endlich wirken die Charaktere Authentisch und Sympathisch.
Wer die Reihe Mag. der wird hier genau das bekommen was er will. Skeptische bekommen hier eher etwas besseres.
wer die anderen teile nicht mochte wird hier nicht überzeugt.
SummaryFrom the creators of Until Dawn
Switch between the perspective of 5 playable characters - All can live or die in your version of the story
Multiple ways to play including 2 player online coop mode
Hugely branching storyline that changes based on the decisions you make
Each game in The Dark Pictures Anthology is a complete and origina...