70°
Submitted by RaikRhythm 575d ago | review

Review: Lone Survivor: Director’s Cut | oprainfall

oprainfall writes:

"Lone Survivor is a survival horror game that pays homage to the good games we used to have in this genre years ago. When I first started playing on my Vita, I was instantly reminded of how I felt when I played Silent Hill so many years ago. That feeling of unease you get when you play one of these games is in full effect. So, let’s dig into the creepy details, shall we?" (Lone Survivor: The Director's Cut, PC, PS Vita, PS3) 4/5

MysticStrummer  +   574d ago
Definite Silent Hill vibe. I'm enjoying it so far. I agree about the map.
#1 (Edited 574d ago ) | Agree(0) | Disagree(0) | Report | Reply

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

Forget ‘Mario 64’, ‘Banjo-Kazooie' Is the 3D Platformer That Mattered Most

35m ago - Vice: Despite all this greatness, Super Mario 64 had a reasonably short-lived reign as king of t... | Retro
20°

Konami’s ‘ISS’ and ‘Pro Evo’ are the Football Games That Defined My Youth

40m ago - Vice: There was a time though, in the not so distant past, when FIFA wasn't alpha and omega in t... | Retro
Ad

Make the World / Break the World

Now - Myriad is a twin-stick shooter that grows more beautiful the better you play. Give us your vote on Steam Greenlight! | Promoted post
20°

Artwork: Final Fantasy VII's Cosmo Canyon, the home of Red XIII and his tribe

42m ago - Final Fantasy VII’s Cosmo Canyon, the home of Red XIII and his tribe, has been redrawn beautifull... | Culture
30°

Lifeless Planet on Xbox One Is Predictably Not Very Lifeless

43m ago - OX: Kickstarter game Lifeless Planet recently slow-motion bounced onto Xbox One in its big bulky... | Xbox One
10°

A Very Belated Beginner’s Guide to The Bitmap Brothers

44m ago - Vice: As someone whose pre-console gaming years were largely spent in the company of an Amiga 5... | Retro