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True Fear: Forsaken Souls - Part 1

The Digital Lounge, Goblinz Studio
Oct 19, 2016 - PlayStation 4, PC, PlayStation 5
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75%
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9 / 10
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Critic Reviews for True Fear: Forsaken Souls - Part 1

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Tracey
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I'm happy to report that this game did not disappoint. I look forward to playing the rest of the trilogy, and hopefully you enjoy the game as much as I did!

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True Fear: Forsaken Souls – Part 1 provides a compelling story and atmosphere for fans of both the horror and point-and-click genre. A mysterious story with intriguing twists and turns will keep players invested for hours to come. The title will challenge players to rely on intuition, since a variety of puzzles make up the core gameplay. The variety adds diversity to the gameplay while allowing players to feel accomplished upon completion. There is more to the game than just puzzles, as secrets and collectibles keep players invested in the environment and grant opportunities for exploration beyond the main plot. True Fear excels at elevating the point-and-click genre through genius design layouts and storytelling. While the gameplay and plot will keep players interested, some pacing issues and lack of horror elements weaken the title. The issues are not enough to outshine True Fear's excellent features, however, as the title creates a memorable experience. A major cliffhanger at the end creates excitement for Part 2 as players are left wondering, "What will happen next"? True Fear: Forsaken Souls – Part 1 is a must-play for any fans of the genre.

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True Fear: Forsaken Souls – Part One is an amazing breath of fresh air into the Hidden Object Game genre and I would personally rank it up there as one of my favourite titles within it in the last 12 months. From the creepy realistic atmosphere to the confusing, yet solvable puzzles, True Fear had me hooked from beginning to end and even had me turning on the lights at one point…

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