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Submitted by Tody_ZA 738d ago | review

Review: One Late Night [eGamer]

eGamer writes: "One Late Night, developed by BlackCurtainStudio, is a newly released indie horror game that boasts a unique concept and high quality graphics. You play as some guy unfortunate enough to fall asleep in his office, and as is the usual brand of luck in the horror genre, he finds himself locked in and all alone. Except, he’s not alone, and one of his colleagues has information on some entity that seems to be haunting the office. Stranded on your own on a stormy night in the office, it’s up to you to search it thoroughly for clues on how to beat the entity and escape. But you can’t exactly fight it, so your only option is to hide whenever it makes itself appear. This, is the basic premise of One Late Night." (Indie, One Late Night, PC) -

Nivalis  +   738d ago
Looks like an interesting indie game., just wish they toned down the shinyness of the player models skin!
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