DHGF: While the first episode of four was a nice surprise story wise as a sort of supernatural noir story-telling that seems to work extremely well with the adventure game in general, the second episode gives you a brief recap that works a little less at bringing a new player up to speed leaving you scratching your head if you never played episode one, but is a nice refresher for those of us that played the first episode back in October of last year. Like the first episode, this one starts off with a punch to the gut and then keeps you moving. Is it worth buying stand-alone? No. Is it worth it as part of the overall series of four? Yes. Since this is an episodic title, parts of my review for the first episode that apply in this review will be repeated in italics. Let’s take a look.