Reviews of the new horror The Devil In Me from the studio Supermassive Games, which became the finale of the first season of the horror anthology The Dark Pictures, have appeared on the web.
The final chapter is devoted to the hotel of death, which turned out to be a trap of a maniac for a group of documentary filmmakers.
The ratings of the new horror turned out to be at the level of the three previous parts.
The average rating of the game on OpenCritic was 74 out of 100, and on Metacritic it varies from 71 to 74 points.
What they write in the reviews:Hobby Consolas: "This is not the best part of the first season, but it will be a good choice for those who like straight-forward adventures with slasher elements."
GameRant: "Despite some shortcomings and inconsistencies, The Dark Pictures: The Devil in Me brings the first season of the anthology to a powerful conclusion."
Spaziogames: "The Devil in Me hints at small innovations that we expect to see in the second season, but the limitations in gameplay are still too obvious, and the gameplay structure remains overly simplified, directing the player too clearly, which almost reduces him to passivity."
TheGamer: "The Devil In Me is an excellent continuation of The Dark Pictures Anthology, where an interesting plot is woven into a complex and interesting environment, which is both curious and scary to explore.
Despite the fact that some of the new features fall a little short, this is probably the best game in the anthology."
IGN: "The final chapter of The Dark Pictures anthology is still capable of scaring from time to time, but for the most part, The Devil in Me's tour of the maniac mansion is disappointing in the absence of any real threat or surprise."
The first 20 minutes of gameplay:The Devil In Me is out today. Users who have already passed the game were able to see the teaser of the second season of The Dark Pictures Anthology at the end.
It will start with the comic horror Directive 8020.