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Outlast II

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Genre: Adventure, Indie

Platforms: Mac, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4

Outlast 2 is the sequel to the acclaimed survival horror game Outlast. Set in the same universe as the first game, but with different characters and a different setting, Outlast 2 is a twisted new journey into the depths of the human mind and its dark secrets. No conflict is ever black and white. Outlast 2 introduces you to Sullivan Knoth and his followers, who left our wicked world behind to give birth to Temple Gate, a to... Read More

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FelipeAFBr
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Great 100%

The better game to feel fear. The first Outlast game was fantastic for it, despite the repetitive formula. Now there are some new elements to cause fear in more diverse and open scenarios. For example, hiding in a wide cornfield from enemies with lanterns, the teleports (or alucinations?) for the school, the raining blood, etc.
Fantastic!

Positive points
- Most scary game ever
- New elements to feel fear
Negative points
- Are there some repetitive gameplay either

Storyline

You are Blake Langermann, a cameraman working with your wife, Lynn. The two of you are investigative journalists willing to take risks and dig deep to uncover the stories no one else will dare touch. You’re following a trail of clues that started with the seemingly impossible murder of a pregnant woman known only as Jane Doe. The investigation has lead you miles into the Arizona desert, to a darkness so deep that no one could shed light upon it, and a corruption so profound that going mad may be the only sane thing to do.