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Submitted by peterthomas6 622d ago | opinion piece

Why Slender: The Arrival is Not as Good as the Original

Luke: "Slender: The Eight Pages made waves in 2012 as an original, free horror game revolving around finding eight pages while avoiding a tall, well, slender, figure known as Slenderman. As nebulous of a character as his origins, he’s a tall, well-dressed gentleman (?) with tentacles and an appetite for children. A long-awaited sequel is coming out, dubbed Slender: The Arrival, currently in beta. However, it doesn’t deliver quite the same horrors as the original did, and here’s why." (PC, Slender: The Arrival)

Snookies12  +   622d ago
I thought it was great, I loved the camera effects and the sounds it made when he was close.
nekobun  +   622d ago
To be fair, playing the original more than five times will dull the scares as well. I'm still looking forward to the update.
Bimkoblerutso  +   622d ago
Playing the game more than once kinda dulled the scares for me, to tell the truth. It was a game that was good literally for about 8 minutes.
Twinzclipz  +   622d ago
because is the same old shit
r21  +   622d ago
I saw a playthrough on IGN and seems to me, its scarier than the free version IMO

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