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Submitted by aprea 585d ago | review

Slender: The Arrival Review - Dusty Cartridge

Javy from DC writes: To be fair, The Arrival, much like its predecessor Slender: The Eight Pages is initially very, very frightening. The game managed to terrify the bejeezus out of me during my initial playthrough because of the game’s effective minimalist design, which emphasized on creating an atmosphere of uneasiness and terror through sound effects and the antagonist’s unpredictable movements. (PC, Slender: The Arrival) 6.5/10

Valenka  +   585d ago
Regardless of the score, this is a game that will make you soil yourself. I played through five to ten minutes before I leapt from my chair and ran out of the room. I haven't touched the damn game since. God bless those who can manage to complete it. Even with the audio muted, it is a force to be reckoned with.

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