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Husk

Rating Summary

Based on 8 critic reviews
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49

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Game Information

Available on:PCFeb 3, 2017

Developers: IMGN.PRO, UndeadScout

Genre: Interactive Story

Husk is a down-to-earth survival-horror, about harm, pain and seeking forgiveness in Shivercliff, a town abandoned for unknown reasons. A tribute to classical thrillers like Silent Hill or Twin Peaks. It's 1995, you’re Matthew Palmer and you’ve just woken up after a train crash. There's nobody around you. Especially, there’s no trace of your wife and daughter. The only sign indicating where you are says: Welcome to Shivercliff.

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HUSK is full of technical issues and bugs that affect the progress of the story. Great setting but very poor execution. Unplayable.

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Husk is full of great purposes, but sometimes its great plot is not able to recover of the gameplay's repetitiveness. The game doesn't add new ideas to the overwhelmed genre of the first person horror adventures.

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One could also make the argument that if a game's story is poor, the gameplay can at least make up for it, and vice versa. Husk manages come frustratingly close at times, leaving the game undone by its inconsistency.

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Despite its ambitious stride to tell a gripping tale of a father/husband striving desperately to look for his missing family, Husk's end delivery is anything but.

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