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Pixelsplit, Daedalic Entertainment
Mar 6, 2024 - PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC

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IGN Spain
7 / 10
God is a Geek
7 / 10
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Critic Reviews for REVEIL

Reveil convinces with a psychological horror thriller worthy of the name. Pixelsplit plays its trump cards very well to create a comfort zone that gradually destroys until the player is left naked and exposed to its starkest side.

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Reveil might not be outwardly terrifying, but it looks incredible and has some interesting puzzles with plenty of variety.

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Reveil tells a great story through its dialogue and settings, but it misses the mark when it comes to horror. It may not scare you, but it still proves quite compelling.

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REVEIL feels like a game that tries to be like its inspirations but fails to deliver on what makes them stand out. The game doesn't appropriately do much with the potential it has and the atmosphere and tension it builds doesn't really go anywhere. The twist at the end also comes out of nowhere and exists only to deliver a shock that really isn't deserved.

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Although true horror or explicit gore is nowhere to be found, Reveil’s gameplay is filled with tension, mystery, and some genuine surprises. Its many puzzles are fairly well integrated into the narrative and rarely too frustrating or illogical. Part walking simulator, part puzzle game, and part mind-bending mystery, Reveil is a genre-bender that packs a lot of story and memorable creepiness into its modest length.

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Reveil isn't going to set the world of P.T.-inspired first-person horror games on fire, and issues with its writing and voice acting often drag it down, but with a strong aesthetic, surreal environments, and straightforward yet engaging puzzles and mechanics, it's still a solid experience that fans of the genre will enjoy.

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REVEIL is fine as a mildly spooky walking sim, but it commits so many sins of horror games that it ends up boring at best and frustrating at worst.

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For much of Reveil we were worried that it was just going to be another bog-standard first-person psychological horror game, but it’s safe to say that its late-game twist saved it. And so while it’s not all that scary, and the voice acting of the main character somewhat ruins the atmosphere at times, it’s still very much worth a play if you’re a fan of the genre or just enjoy a good story that throws you a curveball.

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