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MADiSON

Nosebleed Games
Jan 7, 2022 - PC
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OpenCritic Rating

75

Top Critic Average

64%

Critics Recommend

IGN
7 / 10
Game Informer
7.3 / 10
Hobby Consolas
85 / 100
Shacknews
9 / 10
IGN Middle East
8.2 / 10
GamingTrend
90 / 100
Game Rant
3.5 / 5
Push Square
5 / 10
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MADiSON Trailers

MADiSON — Official Trailer  — Gamescom thumbnail

MADiSON — Official Trailer — Gamescom

MADiSON — Official Teaser — Steam thumbnail

MADiSON — Official Teaser — Steam


MADiSON Screenshots



Critic Reviews for MADiSON

Madison is a creepy crawl through a twisted haunted house with enough genuine out-of-your-seat scares to leave you shaken like a Polaroid picture.

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Despite my misgivings, Madison still offers a respectable evening of frights and is worth a look for fans of psychological horror. It succeeds in building tension and puzzle variety, stumbling when it becomes obsessed with bamboozling players with head-tilting solutions and stopping their hearts with lame jump scares. But when the game hits right, you’ll be glad no one caught the look on your face.

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By far, the game that has made us spend the most in a long time. As an adventure it offers very interesting puzzles, despite certain obstacles in the control.

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MADiSON is consistent, and that’s one of the key factors in a great horror game. A lot of games tend to struggle with a sluggish second act after an incredible opener or fall off in the final act, but that does not happen here. The puzzles remain a delight to solve, the tension never eases up, and just when you think you’re safe, a light will flicker, and you’ll catch a glimpse of the monster and you’ll need to change your pants. Beyond this, the story and lore is disturbing on a true crime level and manages to maintain its pacing. Suffice it to say, MADiSON is an unnerving, unsettling, and truly terrifying experience.

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Madison is a welcome addition to the psychological horror genre and in fact a needed refresher in a tired genre, there are many well-timed and well-executed jump scares, and the overall art, ambiance, graphics, and music help a lot with achieving those great executions, the story is good and some of its parts are really good but leaves a lot (like hero missing legs) for the player imagination or analytics, still, this is one of the best in the industry when it comes to Arabic localization quality

Review in Arabic | Read full review

Summary: MADiSON is an astounding success in the horror genre, especially for someone who doesn't play many horror games (me). The game was well put together and delivered on the spooks, however some puzzles are rough to figure out and could have been a little less obscure.

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Although the story doesn't deliver anything fresh, it serves the game well and provides a platform for the game's excellent design and well-crafted horror. Go into MADiSON without any pretense of a groundbreaking story to find a terrifying journey through the minds of pained and neglected killers. Overall, MADiSON is a great first game by a new developer and is sure to provide plenty of scares.

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Maybe you'll find something to like if you've never played a horror game like this before, but for anyone well-versed in the genre, the ground MADiSON covers is very well-worn.

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