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The Sorrowvirus: A Faceless Short Story

Adam Sklar, EastAsiaSoft, Watchmaker, Adam Sklar
May 30, 2020 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC
Generación Xbox
6.7 / 10
Hey Poor Player
3.5 / 5
Rice Digital
Unscored
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Critic Reviews for The Sorrowvirus: A Faceless Short Story

The Sorrowvirus – A Faceless Short Story is a first-person adventure that sends a powerful message about the perspective of life in the face of death.

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Other than the aforementioned problems with the doll-finding puzzles and the frame rate hiccups, this is an intriguing game. Sorrowvirus explores the endless death-and-rebirth cycle of poor Wyatt, with each successful playthrough shifting the dialogue, the information learned, and the very look of his personal Purgatory, all underscored by an incredibly haunting melody. You’re certain to be left wondering if immortality is really as promising as it sounds.

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It’s just a shame this had to release the same week as the new version of The Stanley Parable, because as a result I suspect there’s only one first-person narrative-centric game on people’s minds right now. Don’t sleep on The Sorrowvirus, though; this is a great horror game, and well worth adding to your collection.

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