Little Nightmares - The Hideaway

BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment, Tarsier Studios

Fair Man
OpenCritic Rating
68
Top Critic Average
50%
Critics Recommend
Based on 7 critic reviews
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Little Nightmares - The Hideaway

Rating Summary

Based on 7 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

68

Top Critic Average

50%

Critics Recommend

Based on 7 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:Xbox OneNov 10, 2017
PCNov 10, 2017
PlayStation 4Nov 10, 2017

Developer: Tarsier Studios

Publisher: BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment

Genres: Horror, Platformer

The Runaway Kid wakes up in the engine area of The Maw, a dark and grimy place populated by Nomes. Only by finding and rescuing these curious creatures can The Kid make his way out of The Maw; but where are all these Nomes coming from? What secrets are buried in their nest?
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The Hideway is better than The Depths but it remains to be seen if the third part can shine a different light on the expansion.

Review in Italian | Read full review

Not sure that the fragmentation of The Secrets of the Maw in such short chapters is the idea of the century for this set of DLC that dilutes its purpose as it is average in its environments.

Review in French | Read full review

Little Nightmares remains a small pearl this year, for the tones used and for the artistic direction, but it will not be with these additional content that will fill the gaps that had already come to an end in April. The hope is that with the latest DLC there will be a chance to have a narrative construct more substance than reflection, even without disdaining the latter.

Review in Italian | Read full review

The ending to Little Nightmares: The Hideaway is very creepy indeed, and looks to tie things together with the exploits of Six from the main adventure, perhaps in the next piece of DLC. For now, though, this finely crafted puzzle-platform-adventure is highly enjoyable and truly gripping and tense in places. More laidback than The Depths, though, this makes for a better experience overall as the whole atmosphere can be appreciated more. A few minor gameplay hiccoughs cannot take away from the fact this will definitely be a few quid well spent, and hopefully the wait for the next episode is not too long.

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