Albino Lullaby: Episode 1

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7 / 10.0
Apr 21, 2016

Only clocking in at roughly two and a half hours, the whole experience is over rather quickly, but that's enough time to give players a clear satisfying story for those that paid attention to notes. It isn't all that innovative but truly, it doesn't have to be. If you're playing this, you're playing for the narrative.

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80 / 100
Oct 8, 2015

Albino Lullaby: Episode 1 offers a genuinely fresh take on the horror genre, with a bright color palette, a topsy turvy environment, and nuanced enemies. In spite of its low points, it's definitely worth experiencing. With time it should become more polished, but for now if you want to play it, you'll have to brace yourself for bugs.

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8.5 / 10.0
Mar 31, 2016

While Albino Lullaby's first episode doesn't quite succeed in keeping tension or fear all the time, it is nonetheless an engrossing and unique take on the horror genre.

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Sep 13, 2015
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8 / 10.0
Sep 20, 2015

Albino Lullaby creates horror not out of open defiance of genre norms, but from a place of genuine inspiration. "Scary" exists elsewhere, and it great supply. Albino Lullaby prefers to linger in a frightening sense of curiosity.

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2 / 5.0
Jun 29, 2016

Albino Lullaby: Episode 1 is a most unnerving horror game, but not the all-around freakiest or best from a gameplay perspective.

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6 / 10.0
Sep 28, 2015

The next episodes of Albino Lullaby need to keep breaking the physical boundaries of this strange environment while forging a more consistent identity.

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48 / 100
Oct 30, 2015

Playing Albino Lullaby, you'll begin to feel like so many of the people you may have tried to convert into understanding the surrealist media the game so desperately wants to evoke; you'll raise an eyebrow, and think "that's it?"

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Meh
Sep 14, 2015
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