Very good performances, great music, and some nice unsettling noises to build the atmosphere. What's not to like?
Easily the best looking game in The Dark Pictures Anthology yet, with a nicely realise setting, and excellent facial animations.
The addition of new traversal, exploration, and inventory mechanics make The Devil in Me one of Supermassive's most 'videogame-y' horror games yet.
The longest Dark Pictures game yet, with lots of replayability as well, and a strong multiplayer component. It's just a shame it's not a bit more scary.
A fun but fairly standard list for a game with as many different paths as The Devil in Me. Will require multiple playthroughs.