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Sanity of Morris

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Available on:PlayStation 5Mar 23, 2021
PCMar 23, 2021
Xbox Series X/SMar 23, 2021
Xbox OneMar 23, 2021
PlayStation 4Mar 23, 2021

Developer: Alterego Games

Publisher: StickyLock Studios

Genres: Horror, Adventure, Puzzle

"Dad’s urgent message, these documents… They don’t match up. Start thinking John. Build a case, write it down" Unnatural events are taking place in small-town Greenlake. A bloodcurdling Psychological Horror Detective. Move around unseen, outmaneuvering your enemies. Search for hidden clues to find your father. Discover YOUR version of the truth. Could there be aliens in Greenlake? GAMEPLAY Using your flashlight reveals the vital clues you need, but risks you being seen. The game combines elements of stealth games with detective-adventure and psychological horror for a gripping story. STORY After years of next to no contact, Johnathan Morris arrives in the isolated town of Greenlake to check up on the mental state of his father. Nothing is as he expected it to be. There are deadly forces at work that don’t want John snooping around. Equipped with nothing more than a flashlight and a notebook, it is up to you to step into the shoes of Johnathan and tell fact from fiction.

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Sanity of Morris will test your sanity with buggy enemies and an inane plot that doesn't make sense. A lot of it doesn't make sense.

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Sanity of Morris wants to invoke paranoia and investigative skepticism, but instead elicits frustration and unintentional hilarity.

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Although Sanity of Morris may have some interesting ideas for plot and gameplay mechanics, it fails to execute any of its concepts. Throughout its three levels, the game fails to keep an atmosphere of suspense or provide any consistent scares, to the point where boredom, rather than fear, will stop you from playing.

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In the end, Sanity of Morris tries to do something different from your typical horror game. And while a few moments shine, it’s ultimately a disappointing endeavour. The story may well keep you invested enough through its four-or-so hour runtime, but its visual presentation and ropey gameplay mechanics will likely leave you wanting.

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