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Gray Dawn

Rating Summary

Based on 10 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

69

Top Critic Average

20%

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Based on 10 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PCJun 7, 2018

Developer: Interactive Stone

Genre: Adventure

You will be entangled in a terrifying adventure of a priest on a quest to prove his innocence. Guilty or not, you find yourself trapped in the middle of strange events involving a demonic possession and divine apparitions. Each time you remember the boy or hear about being accused of murder, you go into a trance fueled by fear. These moments of madness depict gore, repulsion towards God, and sometimes even the voice of the devil himself trying to convince you of things that may or may not be lies... Gray Dawn takes place around the year 1920, in a remote village in England. Throughout the game, you will often be transported to the beautiful world of Romania, which is inspired by the mysticism of Eastern Europe.

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Gray Dawn Gameplay Trailer – Despicable Things

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Gray Dawn Launch Trailer

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Gray Dawn Gameplay Teaser

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Truth be told, I had a great time with Gray Dawn.

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Grey Dawn tells the compelling story of a young priest devoured by his distorted inner world. It uses religious imaginary and blafemy to convey the struggle he's facing, adding a backstory of an alleged murder. Too bad it is too easy and offers bizzarre gameplay solutions.

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A short and mystical experience marred by several flaws, Gray Dawn falls short of its great potential.

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I have never played any other game quite like this which uses all the trappings of religion in a way that subverts our everyday conceptions of it. What happens when you hold people to artificial standards of behaviour that turn everyday acts into punishable sins? This game peers at the line between portraying real life religion in a game and using it as artful commentary, and completely obliterates it.

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