Subway Midnight Reviews
Subway Midnight is a wonderfully wholesome surrealist horror game that stumbles slightly with its replayability.
Subway Midnight is an indie horror game that provides a lot of atmosphere and ambiance but lacks the scares needed to be memorable.
Subway Midnight's great, semi-creepy aura and neat, spookycute art-style isn't enough to save this from its paper-thin, and, in all honesty, very tedious gameplay, which revolves around walking, walking, walking, and more walking, with a little bit of puzzle-solving thrown into the mix.
While there’s no doubt it has artistic flair and delivers some creepy feels, the lack of much “gameplay” makes it a tough-ish sell
It wasn’t always clear what should be done, it wasn’t always easy, but it did always manage to be unerringly true to itself. Like skydiving or another extreme activity, I would cautiously tell the right people to give it a try and find so much that, honestly, is like nothing else. Are you the right people? You may just need to buy a train ticket and find out.
Subway Midnight is a third-person exploration horror game where I traversed different trains on a subway. Many of these rooms also featured simple puzzles to keep me entertained and motivated throughout my journey. Was this subway ride worth the ticket price? Find out in this Rapid Review.
If you were drawn to Subway Midnight’s art style and love novelty and/or spookycute games, you’re going to immediately love this one. Its unique, constantly-changing visual style is mind-bogglingly impressive, especially to those who can appreciate the sheer amount of work that went into it. If you’re looking for a spooky (but not scary) game to get completely sucked into, a ticket to ride on Subway Midnight only costs $9.99.