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Submitted by Lavalamp 725d ago | review

Slender: The Arrival Review | CraveOnline

CraveOnline: "Slender: The Arrival delivers where it matters – the scares. For those who want their survival-horror without copious amounts of ammunition and kickboxing, there are few games that deliver as expertly in this department. You'll struggle to open doors as you hear the ominous sound of footsteps looming ever closer, you'll begin to panic as you find yourself trapped in a narrow corridor and you'll likely quit to your desktop when your flashlight runs out of battery, submitting yourself to the will of Slender's lanky tentacle arms. While I hope that future iterations in the series will introduce some new gameplay elements, for the time being I'm still enamoured with the core concept of Slender, and I'm therefore more than satisfied with what Hadley & co. have delivered. A must-play for fans of the survival-horror genre." (PC, Slender: The Arrival) 8/10

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