White Night review – film noir et blanc | Metro

A new indie download goes back to the roots of the survival horror genre, with a visually stunning journey into the heart of darkness.

Being scared of the dark is the most primal fear we humans have, but utilising that fact in games creates some obvious problems. If you can’t see what you’re doing or where you’re going then you’ve got real problems if you’re to make anything that’s even remotely action-orienated. That doesn’t mean it’s impossible though, and White Night uses the fear of the unseen to create some interestingly unique puzzles and visuals. Even if the end result is less than the sum of its parts.

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