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Little Hope review

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope review This interactive horror adventure is better than the first volume of the DPA, but it’s still more B-movie snicker-fest than it is spine-tingling. Developer: Supermassive Games Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment Release: On: Windows From: Steam, Humble, Price: £25/€30/$30 Little Hope is the second game in The Dark Pictures Anthology, a series of interactive horror games trying to build on the popularity of 2015’s Until Dawn. In it, you play as a college field trip group (three teenage students, one mature, and a professor, and I bet some of you already have that in…

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The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes coming in 2021

By Dom Peppiatt, Sunday, 1 November 2020 14:25 GMT The next installment in Supermassive Games’ horror series, The Dark Pictures Anthology, is called House of Ashes – and it’s coming next year.The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope launched earlier this week, and similarly to Man Of Medan, the game teases the next installment of the series in the end credits.In keeping with the series’ theme so far, House of Ashes looks like a pretty big departure from the previous games in the franchise.In the trailer above, you can see an army helicopter deploy a squad of soldiers to engage with…