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Tormentum: Dark Sorrow

TORMENTUM is a dark Point & Click adventure game. The dreamlike, nightmarish atmosphere of the game was inspired by works of painters H.R. Giger and Zdzislaw Beksinski. The game's final look and feel was also strongly influenced by the universes of games such as Demon's Souls or Dark Seed. This unique mixture gave life to a bleak and depressing world. “All in all, this is one of the best P&C adventure games I've ever played. Every aspect is impressive on its own and when all of its elements are combined, a truly worthy gaming experience is born. For fans of the genre or horror games in general, this game won't disappoint.” 9/10 – Game Walkers
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Had this on my wishlist for the longest time and for some reason decided to pick it up. Maybe I did so because I'm in a crappy place in life, and what better way to beat internal torment than to play a game named "Tormentum"?
And what did I think about playing it? I thoroughly enjoyed it and don't regret buying it one bit. This is strange for me considering how picky I can be with games, but you can tell a lot of work and passion went into making this game.
Pluses:
- Art style is its biggest draw. It's gruesome, eerie and sparks your curiosity constantly
- Puzzles were fairly easy to solve and items fairly easy to find, which is good for someone like me who sucks at noticing things
- Characters were interesting
- The choices you have to make keep you guessing, and have an impact on the game's ending
- Replayability because of the different choices you can make and their consequences, along with the different endings you can get.
Minuses:
- The writing's a bit choppy. This is especially noticeable at the very start of the game, but it does get noticeably better as the game progresses.
- The moral logic of one of the choices in particular didn't make sense to me but I won't spoil that for you. This game doesn't make the deepest, most consistent statement about morality but it certainly does ask a lot of interesting questions. This didn't take away from me enjoying the game in the end though.
Conclusion:
This is probably the only review I have ever left for any game ever and for good reason. It's not the best game I've ever played but you can hardly compare a game like this to the likes of whatever triple A game you can think of. As far as point-and-click adventure games go this is one of the better ones you'll ever play. It's worth it just for the unique experience that only it can deliver.

Review from Steam

The plot is Death.
Since no mortal can avoid it, this game should be regarded as a prologue of the Inevitable.
See you in Afterlife.

Review from Steam

If you like the description of the game on the store page, you will like this game. Amazing artwork and a decent story. Nuff said...

Review from Steam

Tormentum is a rare gem in the bloated and heavily asset-flipped genre of modern Point-n-Click adventure. At no point does the game feel derivative or like it's already been done, and the oppressive, dreamlike wasteland of Beksinski-inspired ruins presses in on you at all times. For those looking for an incredibly atmospheric Point-n-Click, try this one. Just keep in mind that this is a game meant for atmosphere, not replay value

Review from Steam

This game has beautiful art, a compelling poetic narrative, great gameplay and multiple endings.

Review from Steam

"Tormentum - Dark Sorrow" expresses wonderful Stygian artwork, choice-based situations that influence environment, and puzzles that are a delight to disentangle. To be brief, the special atmosphere and story line alone were enough to earn my appreciation for the product altogether.