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Among the Sleep

Krillbite Studio
May 29, 2014 - PlayStation 4, PC, PlayStation 5

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7.3 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Among the Sleep

Among the Sleep succeeds at being a creepy baby simulator, but the real monster turns out to be boring, buggy puzzles and a shallow world and story.

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7.3 / 10.0
Daniel Krupa

Among The Sleep is a poignant horror adventure more interested in the nature of trauma than scare tactics.

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That's what's most disappointing; there's absolutely the spark of a really cool whatever-this-genre-is game in Among the Sleep, and for a while it looks like it's going to get there. Too bad it ends barely a quarter of the way in, passing the baton to something both much less interesting and perpetually trapped in its shadow.

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A curious, frightful take on childhood trauma that whips up scares from the most seemingly mundane sources. Among the Sleep is unpolished and scrappy, yet eerily memorable.

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While sparse in terms of legitimate scares, the unnerving story and chilling vibe make it worthwhile

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Among the Sleep makes good use of its unusual concept, taking you on a distinctive journey through the frightening dreams of a young child.

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Among the Sleep builds an engaging, terrifying experience on top of simple, buggy mechanics

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Despite the great storytelling mechanics, I can't help but wish there was a little more to the game. When all was said and done it wrapped up in a handful of hours at most and I was left craving more. It's especially a let down because the game invents such new ways of thinking about the horror genre, and it left so much to be expanded on. However, I honestly have to applaud the team for delivering a concise and complete story in that amount of time, and one that is so unique to the horror realm at that.

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