• The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me Review

    8 days ago - By CG Magazine

    Supermassive Games has been redefining the interactive drama and horror genre-with its most recent game, The Quarry. Of course, the developers initially hit their stride with the hit choice-based game, Until Dawn , which began the trend of getting fairly well-known actors and actresses to voice their games' characters.
    The Dark Pictures anthology series had also followed suit by utilizing TV and movie stars' voices such as Shawn Ashmore in The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan ; Will Poulter in The Dark Pictures: Little Hope ; and Ashely Tisdale in The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes. The Dark...
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  • The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me Review - The Devil is in the Details

    The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me Review - The Devil is in the Details

    8 days ago - By Gaming Bolt

    With The Dark Pictures Anthology now at its fourth entry, you'd think Supermassive Games would've had more luck with recapturing the magic that made Until Dawn the lightning in a bottle success that it was. Despite the Dark Pictures games never quite sinking into bad or even mediocre territory by most reasonable standards, odds are, that's good enough for you. But it's no secret that Supermassive Games has tried to aim higher than that, as their marketing rhetoric tends to lean into insinuations that each of their upcoming titles are some sort of spiritual successor to their 2015 cult...
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