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Infliction: Extended Cut

Caustic Reality
Feb 25, 2020 - PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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Hobby Consolas
76 / 100
Gaming Nexus
7.4 / 10
PlayStation Universe
6.5 / 10
Screen Rant
3 / 5
Nintendo Enthusiast
6.5 / 10
3.8 / 5
The Digital Fix
4 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Infliction: Extended Cut


No Recommendation / Blank

Infliction is so middle-of-the-road you might get run over.

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It's not groundbreaking in the technical department or in its gameplay, but it's a well focused game that follows the basic rules of horror. As such, it delivers what it promises.

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Infliction feels like a mash-up of elements from other, better-known games. However, a strong game loop and stellar sound design elevate Inflicted beyond being a tired retread. While the lighting is questionable at times, in general the visuals reveal an eye for detail. A fun photo mechanic also sets the game apart from its contemporaries. Infliction is well worth a look for horror fans, and those nostalgic for the early '90s.

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Infliction: Extended Cut is a solid horror experience that succeeds in its strong atmospheric design. However, it is marred with some severe audio issues that deeply affected the experience, particularly in the final act.

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Infliction: Extended Cut looks great on consoles and tells a good story but is hampered by its repetitive gameplay and lack of variety.

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All in all, Infliction: Extended Cut is a decent, if unremarkable horror game that probably clings onto its inspirations a little too closely.

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A fun and frightening story-driven horror indie game that impresses with its sheer attention to detail and genuinely unsettling atmosphere.

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The Digital Fix

Posted by Andrew Shaw
4 / 10.0
The Digital Fix

Infliction: Extended Cut derives almost all of its best ideas from much better games, making the whole thing feel like a chore rather than an ordeal. It simply does not cut it.

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