OK, so we have a FPS-style horror suspense game… check. Since suspense can be a tricky affair, not looking to give away too much too quickly, you can sometimes expect a slow burn. Alright, so I’m not sure what I’m supposed to be doing so I’ll just wander corridors a bit aimlessly while consulting a mini map trying to find 3 flags. Hrm, not running into anything at all… what in the world. Hey, did I just hear a sort of moan? Hey, it looks like someone else connected, though there’s no real clue as to what that really means since I’ve stomped around and captured 2 flags already. I think I just sort of saw something move in the distance, I’ve got whatever gun I have, bring it! OK, so I think I saw an enemy that honestly wasn’t very intimidating looking but I shot it. OK, there’s another and though in theory this is where my heart should start racing a bit if anything I’m a bit bored and shot another one or two. OK, trying to get a better look at my enemy, wondering if they’re even scary or will really attack. Getting closer… and it says the connection has been lost. Yeah, I suppose someone may get sucked into this somehow and want to understand the workings of it all better but really, there’s very little to suck you in here and a lot of “dead air” waiting for things to happen so it’s not for me.
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