GYLT

Rating Summary

Based on 14 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

69

Top Critic Average

29%

Critics Recommend

Based on 14 critic reviews
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Nov 18, 2019

Gylt is an intensely personal experience filled with average gameplay and overused tropes.

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7 / 10.0
Jan 8, 2020

Gylt is a creepy, atmospheric stealth game with a relatable, socially-aware message that's hampered by its Stadia-exclusivity.

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Nov 18, 2019

GYLT won't creep out most genre veterans, but kids deserve quality horror stories too, and there's no better starting place in games than GYLT.

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3.5 / 5.0
Nov 18, 2019

GYLT introduces a new IP to a new system with some world building elements that hearken back to some of Tequila Works' previous titles, which isn't a bad thing at all.

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8 / 10.0
Nov 18, 2019

Gylt is a solid but somewhat derivative adventure-horror game and an exclusive launch title for Google Stadia.

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6 / 10.0
Nov 19, 2019

The result is an always regular experience, if not for some well-conceived enigma and a good number of secrets to be discovered. Gylt is not a product to be completely thrown away, but in order to give character to its platform, Stadia needs other exclusive items.

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85 / 100
Nov 20, 2019

Gylt shines as a scary adventure with beautiful Disney Pixar optics, exciting stealth gameplay and a heartbreaking story

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Nov 25, 2019

Gylt is not the killer app exclusive that Stadia needs at launch, but it's a serviceable stealth horror game experience while it lasts.

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6.3 / 10.0
Nov 18, 2019

The first exclusive game for Stadia is not the one you always dreamt to see in the launch line-up for a new platform. Even if it's not that bad, is nothing to be excited about either.

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85 / 100
Nov 18, 2019

GYLT is an adventure that, under the paradigm of an survival game, invites you to think about a real horror, the bullying. Its Tequila's more mature game, both in the narrative as in the playable and technical side, but it may feel a short game and not a very challenging one. As Stadia's first contact, it works like a charm.

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