The Free Game Was Sweeter Than A Dessert.
Two words... Dark and Creepy. Little Nightmares is far from a horror game, but does just enough to make you feel uncomfortable while you're playing it. Set in a morbid cruise ship from hell where the guests like to feast on the flesh of children while they pig out like animals, you'll find yourself escaping from humanoid like creatures that truly are the products of nightmares. The story is amazing and you'll be left shocked and dumbfounded at the end, not really knowing what's going on because very little is actually explained, but enjoying every second of it nonetheless. The DLC's add even more onto that sentiment, leaving you in a state of despair and questioning yourself, why are we even here... just to suffer?Suffering and creepy elements aside, Little Nightmares truly is a beautifully done game with detailed artwork that breathes life into the dead carcass that is the Maw... you'll definitely want to play this one with the lights off though. The soundtrack only adds onto that, raising your heartbeat the closer you get to danger was something that really made me feel all the more immersed into the story and the ambient noises make sure you're always feeling tense as you traverse the the darkness. The gameplay itself however felt like the only shortcoming this game had, at least in my opinion. More than the unearthly local residents of the Maw, the number one thing that always got me killed was falling due to bad camera angles and choppy controls that would lead me plummeting to a premature demise. Being an Indie 3Dish puzzle-solving platformer I know I shouldn't be too demanding, but there was just something about the puzzles that didn't resonate with me... most of the time just by glancing around the room you would know exactly what to do and you could just breeze through all the chapters like there was no tomorrow, the whole game could probably be completed in about 2 hours (+1 hour w/ DLC's) so you'll definitely end up with a feeling of wanting more.That being said, Little Nightmares is still one hell of a game and I would most definitely recommend it to anyone who's thinking of giving it a try, but because of the moderate price and short length of the game I would suggest waiting for it to go on discount and buying the Complete Edition to get the most value out of your money.
bought it... went free. would waste money again 10/10
Thank you, Bandai Namco
=====☐ Kids☑ Everyone☐ Casual players☐ Pro players======☐ Potato☐ Really bad☐ Bad☐ OK☐ Good☑ Beautiful☐ Masterpiece======☐ Free☐ Full price☑ Wait for sale☐ Average☐ Refund it if you can☐ Don't do it======☐ 90' PC☐ Minimum☑ Medium☐ Fast☐ High end☐ NASA computer======☐ You just need 2 arms☑ Ez☐ Easy to learn / Hard to master☐ Hard (first couple hours)☐ Veteran Mode from Call of Duty======☐ Really short ( 0 - 2 hours)☑ Short ( 2 - 8 hours)☐ Few hours ( 8 - 12 hours)☐ Long ( 12+ hours)☐ Endless=== ===☐ It doesn't have one☐ Bad☐ Average☑ Good☐ Fantastic======☐ Game itself is one big BUG☐ Bugs destroying the game☐ Lot of bugs☐ Few Bugs☐ A couple Bugs☑ Nothing======Multiplayer: NoSingleplayer: Yes 8/10
i love how unexplained everything is
You can hug mushrooms