Scorn is an atmospheric first person horror adventure game set in a nightmarish universe of odd forms and somber tapestry. It is designed around an idea of "being thrown into the world". Isolated and lost inside this dream-like world you will explore different interconnected regions in a non-linear fashion. The unsettling environment is a character itself. Every location contains its own theme (story), puzzles and characters that are integral in creating a cohesive lived in world. Throughout the game you will open up new areas, acquire different skill sets, weapons, various items and try to comprehend the sights presented to you.

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It's interesting as a horror game considering it's not really a survival-horror like basically every other game of this kind, but it's also fairly slow and boring after a bit. It's basically a gross puzzle game.

This game got way too much attention, because it is so clearly not the average person's preferred gaming experience, and I understand that many people that were looking for something else were disappointed. Scorn is uncomfortable and disgusting and gross and beautiful and sad and has just like a huge cock on full display for like 3 minutes. If this game was like 20 dollars and had like a quarter of the marketing, it would be a cult classic. In this universe though, it's the perfect game pass game and a very unique experience.

Huge letdown! While the graphics are decent, nearly everything else is a disaster. The gameplay feels sluggish and clunky, the enemies lack intrigue, the puzzles are downright tedious, and the game's length is disappointingly short. I had much higher expectations for this title. I completed it and promptly uninstalled it.

One of the most visually stunning games I’ve ever played, with a truly incredible realization of its Giger-inspired art direction in real-time 3D (the title screen transitioning into the opening of the game is a stunner in and of itself), but I can already tell from my brief time with it that the deliberately obtuse design and Myst-style puzzles aren’t going to be something I’d enjoy playing. Will watch a playthrough on YouTube instead.