Until Dawn Review | NZGamer

Supermassive games has never tackled a horror game like Until Dawn before, and it shows. I mean that in a good way. From towel-clad teenagers to predictable jump scares, Until Dawn takes every single horror movie cliché you could think of and either turns it on its head or fully embraces it. There is no way for them to fall back on lazy tropes to get cheap scares that the player quickly becomes numb to. Instead, Supermassive Games has broken into the horror genre by focusing on keeping a tense atmosphere so that the player never has a chance to relax, and by playing to their strengths and utilising the motion controls of the PS4 controller.

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