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Submitted by s8anicslayer 475d ago | review

Outlast Review | Square-Go

What with the upcoming Asylum Jams happening this month across the world, aiming to dispel the stigma of mental illness from its current stereotypical horror concept, it’s ironically apt that it comes hot on the heels of Red Barrels‘ survival horror title Outlast. A game which completely eschews any such progressive attitudes, and creates one of the bleakest renderings of an asylum lost to the patients ever seen. (Outlast, PC) 3/5

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