There’s always a surprise when a game is more than meets the eye after you dig into it. When I first got a review copy for Home Sweet Home, I described it to a few friends as a horror game where you wake up in a house with no memory and a loved one has to be found. Not terribly original right?
Well after the first level, this title takes a sharp right turn into Thai mythology that I didn’t see coming. Sure, there is a stereotypical ghost girl walking around and looking to kill you, but Home Sweet Home separates itself from the expected. With its issues, it’s not going to redefine the horror genre, but this book shouldn’t be judged by its cover.