Emily Wants To Play Too Reviews
Emily Wants to Play Too is very similar to the first game in terms of its core mechanics. You will spend a lot of your time wandering around dark environments and learning how to deal with the various enemies whilst looking for a way out. This sequel does mix things up a little with a switch in its gameplay mechanics halfway through which helps keep the gameplay fresh and entertaining. I personally had issues with the lack of direction, instruction and guidance in the first section of the game, but if you persevere and make it to the facility, then the game gets much better. Fans of the original game will love this, and so will people who enjoy jump scare games such as FnaF and SCP.
Emily Wants To Play Too is banking on popularity of the first game. Second instalment adds puppets and some annoying mechanics. It places player in narrow corridors and makes them play with dolls. The rules? You need to figure them out yourself!
Review in Polish | Read full review
Shawn Hitchcock comes back to scare us. Emily Wants to Play Too offers us a sequel that, without innovating regarding its predecessor, will manage to keep us in tension and let out more than one cry during the adventure. A game to consider for lovers of the horror genre.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Overall Shawn Hitchcock has once again surpassed many major developers with a game that tests your mind as well as your heart. If he isn’t snapped up by a big studio soon then they are missing a trick, as it is minds like his that are going to take the future of Horror Gaming forward, and not let it suffer like it has for the past few years. As long as Emily Wants to Play then so will I.