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Evil Inside

Mar 25, 2021 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4

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56 / 100
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PSX Brasil
45 / 100
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Critic Reviews for Evil Inside

A noble atempt to emulate the horror we experienced with P.T., but the final result is not as engaging. It needs a better closure.

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Unless you absolutely need a jump scare fix, this is a game that will suitably be lost to time for being a shameless cash grab on the P.T. craze.

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Evil Inside resigns itself to being a cliché-laden homage of P.T.

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You can finish Evil Inside in one sitting, in less than an hour, and that combined with the fact that none of what it does is worth a lot of praise means that spending money on the game isn't something that anyone should do.

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Evil Inside is a bad copy of P.T., with a shallow story and less than one hour of useless repetition and annoying jumpscare.

Review in Italian | Read full review

Evil Inside is a great game to take some jump scares, nothing more. Besides the short duration, the characters design is really awfull and the challenges does not exist. Stay away from this and use your money wisely with another game.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

So, should you buy Evil Inside? Probably not unless you’re really desperate to be reminded of P.T., or truly love jump scares. Though even then, the fact that it’s only an hour long should make you think twice. On the balance of things it’s not a terrible horror game, but it brings nothing new to the table at all. It tries to mimic P.T. but is inferior to it in pretty much every way. Even worse, you have to pay for the pleasure.

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Evil Inside is yet another failed attempt to recapture the brilliance of PT in a “full game” format, but it ends up missing the mark in every single way you could possibly imagine. This isn’t scary at all, it’s just boring, uninteresting, and most importantly, annoying, mostly due to the overabundance of loud noises and jump scares. There are much better PT-inspired horror games out there, so don’t fret with this one.

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