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Shame Legacy

Fairyship Games, Revenant Games, Destructive Creations
May 30, 2023 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Generación Xbox
32 / 100
6 / 10
2 / 10
6 / 10
2.5 / 5
The Game Crater
3 / 10
60 / 100
Play Watch Read
3 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Shame Legacy

Shame Legacy is a very weak game that only saves its gloomy atmosphere of the nineteenth century. But in the important thing, in the gameplay, is where this project of Fairyship Games and Revenant Games falls the most. A game where stealth does not work, has few mechanics and also chance is very present.

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6 / 10.0

First-person stealth horror experience that falls short

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If you are seeking an exciting survival horror experience, look elsewhere; you can find many better options. But if you are curious to see what one of the worst games ever made could look like, you are welcome to experience the torture Shame Legacy provides!

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Shame Legacy might possibly be one of the most “okay” horror games I’ve played in a while. There’s nothing about it that’s bad. It’s glitch-free, it controls well enough, it has one or two neat ideas. At the same time, nothing about it impressed me, be it its underwhelming plot, 30fps cap, or an overall lack of innovation. It’s just… there. A game worth a look if you’re into horror, but not one to expect a lot from. If anything, the best thing I can say about it is that it didn’t infuriate me or gross me out like Outlast 2 did.

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Shame Legacy definitely has a scare factor but is severely lacking in parts where it’s most important. Having aimed a bit too high for what they wanted, even with the game having an incredible amount of potential in terms of the lore and world setting, it has fallen short because of an overuse of cliches that have been used in just about every survival-horror game to date.

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Shame Legacy is a bad survival horror experience filled with frustrating mechanics, bad performance, and a scary price tag.

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Shame Legacy is unfortunately just that. A shame. It is a shame that a game with so much potential was only a two to three hour experience that was ultimately let down. The sound design created a lot of tension and the opening is very effective in demonstrating the potential for an amazing survival horror experience. While some of the game play is frustrating there is definitely the seeds of a great game hidden beneath.

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For one a challenge, but for the other a real case - my controller ends up in the wall - frustration game. The story of Shame Legacy takes time to unfold. However, that is not the only thing you have to be patient with. You will have to hide or crawl regularly. This quickly becomes repetitive. In addition, it is easily detected and then killed. So you will have to play some parts repeatedly. The puzzles provide a welcome change from sneaking.

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