Stormind Games and Modus Games‘ survival horror game Remothered: Broken Porcelain starts a new wave of scary titles to play before/during/after Halloween.
Last year I had the pleasure to see a presentation of this game on the first day of gamescom and also wrote about its predecessor Remothered: Tormented Fathers in this GOG release news. Even if it didn’t seem to be particularly innovative in the run-and-hide-from-psychopaths genre, it was still a tense experience and the developers’ love for the Giallo gave it a bit more edge.
Being part sequel and prequel to the aforementioned game, Remothered: Broken Porcelain follows the story of young Jennifer who starts her job as a maid at the mountainside resort Ashmann Inn where she is soon hunted down by all sorts of crazy individuals. Her only means to survive are using the environments and also uncovering the dark secrets of the place.
The game is out now on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in physical (only console) or digital form, the latter with a 10% launch discount that lasts until October 20, 2020, at 1 PM UTC. Anyone who owns the first game, will receive the 10% even after that date.
Caution: At the moment there seem to be quite a few bugs and performance issues with the game that made it almost unplayable for early adopters. But with two patches already being released, the developers are doing the best they can to fix it. Of course it would have been better if more time would have been spent on the QA side of things, independently of the Halloween season…
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