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The Dark Pictures - Little Hope for PlayStation 4
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The Dark Pictures - Little Hope for PlayStation 4 is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Embark on a scary adventure in this The Dark Pictures: Little Hope for PlayStation 4. Each of the five characters has different malevolent spirits to overcome within the impenetrable fog, while the events of the 17th century Andover Witch Trials torment their minds endlessly. The Dark Pictures: Little Hope lets you team up with up to five players in Movie Night mode to escape the horrors.
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Embark on a scary adventure in this The Dark Pictures: Little Hope for PlayStation 4. Each of the five characters has different malevolent spirits to overcome within the impenetrable fog, while the events of the 17th century Andover Witch Trials torment their minds endlessly. The Dark Pictures: Little Hope lets you team up with up to five players in Movie Night mode to escape the horrors.

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  • Game Platform: PlayStation 4
  • Genre: Action

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The Dark Pictures - Little Hope for PlayStation 4 is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not bad, but quite tedious. I loved Until Dawn from the first moment I read about it's impending release from a Game Informer magazine and it did not disappoint when I finally got to play it. It gave me my very first platinum trophy. So naturally, I loved the idea of the Dark Pictures Anthology and eagerly purchased Man of Medan upon release, but while I found the acting to be quite good, the gameplay and overall story was quite disappointing. This has become a trend for this series, as I actually had to force myself to finish Little Hope over a span of a year or so just so I could finally sell it and be done. The UI improvements such as the indicators for which actions will move the story along so you don't accidentally miss a collectable by progressing unknowingly were very appreciated, but it wasn't enough to make up for the implausible story, mind-numbingly slow progression, and unlikable characters. The production value is great, don't get me wrong, it is visually stellar, but I don't want to participate in the world's most bland "horror" movie at a snail's pace when I purchase a $40 USD video game. With that said, I stuck with it and earned the platinum like the previous game, and I will very likely do the same with House of Ashes when the price is more reflective of what I have come to expect the game's actual value should be based on the previous two entries, maybe about $12 net cost after reselling upon completion. I at least look forward to the 'first' playthrough of House of Ashes though, if for no other reason than I hate to leave a series incomplete.
Date published: 2021-10-26
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