Some people have said that this is the Citizen Kane of videogames. In reality, its enigmatic nature makes it closer to the Lighthouse of videogames. That is, if The Lighthouse had blade saws and zombies and gunboats and building an antlion army and a trashcan and a soda can. Needless to say, this is awesome. The only times I got frustrated were when I was stuck in the mentality of "kill every enemy you face," which obviously won't work in some chapters. Every chapter is uniquely brilliant, and the story is very compelling. Overall, a fine addition to my collection of favorite games.
But minus half a star for not having any music during the final fight.

Reviewed on Aug 31, 2022


2 Comments


1 month ago

I need you to expand on the comparison to “The Lighthouse” i love it but don’t quite understand what you mean.
Essentially, they both are intense and highly open to interpretation, especially in their endings. Thinking about it now, that probably isn't the best comparison, but it still kinda works.