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Submitted by DaGreatDennis 1509d ago | review

Which | Review (PC) | That Gamer Hub

"Lately, horror games have lost a lot of their “horror” aspect. Games are more action-oriented, which softens the pure scariness factor. Which, a game released over a year ago by developer Mike Inel, goes the opposite way. Can it compete against the big blockbuster games? The answer is: YES!"

By "iamradiox" (EA, PC) 4.5/5

Izowiuz  +   1509d ago
Short but nice game. A little bit easy. Nonetheless the concept is very interesting. Give it a try, it's free ;]
ReservoirDog316  +   1509d ago
Don't know why but the website to get the game is dead or something. Too bad. Seemed interesting.
itsactuallyadam  +   1509d ago
id really like to download this but the website doesn't seem to be working, maybe its overloaded with visitors for the game :)
ROWD  +   1509d ago
It's working for me.
xer0  +   1508d ago
Oh - so this is like Siren Bloodcurse... but less immersive - hence free :/

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