Music is atmospheric enough and the overall sound design is fine, but some of the performances sound phoned-in and tonally inconsistent.
A gorgeous game that looks almost photorealistic at times. There's plenty of detail in both the character models and environments, but the beauty on show here is only skin-deep. Camera issues and lag can crop up at some junctures too.
There's nothing particularly wrong with how Man of Medan plays per se, there's just very little to it. A killer story could have salvaged what is otherwise a mostly passive experience, but that's not the case here.
A short narrative desperately lacking in intrigue, or indeed any real impetus to go back and try another playthrough. By the time you've finished it once, you won't want to revisit Man of Medan like a fondly-loved movie. That said, the co-op modes are quite good.
A list that does encourage repeat sojourns down to the briny deep to explore the confines of the titular ship. But being subjected to Man of Medan on multiple occasions would be the real horror here.