The Dark Pictures Anthology:  The Devil in Me Spoiler-Free PS5 Review - The Koalition

Joshua Limage of The Koalition writes: Why does society idolize serial killers? There are movies, shows, podcasts, and museums dedicated to these people yet we crave to know more about them, to get inside their minds. People who have done literally the evilest things a human being can do to another and we put them into Netflix specials and we try to analyze their psychological motivations.

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rbailey569d ago

Fans of this series are in for a treat.


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Review - The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me (Xbox Series S/X) | WayTooManyGames

WTMG's Heidi Hawes: "I have to admit that I was a bit disappointed by The Devil in Me, mainly because the past two Supermassive games were both so outstanding. The controls and visuals took a big step backward, with the controls in particular being extremely annoying. It feels like they rushed to get The Devil in Me out before it was fully ready, which is odd considering they already had two very successful titles released over the course of a year. Despite its issues, The Devil in Me is still an enjoyable time, with an incredibly creepy atmosphere, great tension (despite an annoying overreliance on jumpscares), and a genuinely intriguing mystery surrounding the masked murderer. I’m hopeful Season 2 sets The Dark Pictures Anthology back on track."

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The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me Review [Capsule Computers]

Travis Bruno of Capsule Computers writes:

"Living near Chicago, you always hear about the countless things that have happened in the Windy City through the years and perhaps one of the most interesting yet horrific aspects is that it once was the home to a man believed to be America’s first serial killer. H. H. Holmes and his infamous “Murder Castle” hotel have lived in infamy with an ever growing tale about what the man was capable of in the late 1800s and now Supermassive Games has taken Holmes’ story as inspiration for their final entry in the first season of The Dark Pictures Anthology. Setting itself in a far more grounded setting compared to previous entries and seeing the addition of a number of gameplay elements have made The Devil in Me a unique entry in the series but is it a worthwhile horror game?"

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