The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope

Little Hope improves on Man of Medan in every way. The story gets deeper with each playthrough as its secrets reveal themselves. It’s also very replayable to discover the different endings and with multiple ways of playing with friends, it’s a great time-killer for horror fans.

The game looks stunning too, but it falls down in its actual scares. There are some jumpy parts but too many repeated tricks that become predictable ruin the experience somewhat. The dialogue is also very awkward at times but overall, the characters have more going for them this time.

Beware, Little Hope, they’re watching.

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