Gylt offers a simple mix of stealth, exploration and puzzles. Despite the atmosfere has a bit of a Silent Hill vibe, it fails to do anything relevant to be memorable.
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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.
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.
Gylt was actually a fairly good experience, it brought some chills and had an interesting story.
Gylt is a creepy, atmospheric stealth game with a relatable, socially-aware message that's hampered by its Stadia-exclusivity.
Gylt is an intensely personal experience filled with average gameplay and overused tropes.