"The technical state of the game is enough to put a dampener on what's actually a very intriguing, if not short, first entry in The Dark Pictures."
Those who own the game or buy it before January 6 can share one playthrough with someone who doesn't have it.
We've already played the horror game once, but now it's time to experience the scares all over again.
Sam has played it multiple times for review, but he's trying it yet again for a few hours on today's show.
We rather enjoyed our time in the first game of the Dark Pictures Anthology, and have a review to explain why.
This is the first title kicking off The Dark Pictures Anthology from Supermassive Games, after all.
Shared Story lets you play the main game online with a friend, and you can both shape the story together.
The first in The Dark Pictures Anthology from Supermassive Games is getting a mode that provides new information, choices, and deicisons in the story.
Sam got to try the game for an extended period in Hamburg, and he shares his thoughts on the multiplayer modes he sampled.
Supermassive talks to us about creating the visuals for the Dark Pictures' first game, including making a "little virtual film set".
From anticipation to misdirection, Supermassive has been thinking about how they're going to spook players in The Dark Pictures.
Supermassive Games' managing director Pete Samuels told us that the first eight are planned, but who knows how far the series can go.
Bandai Namco took us to a boat in Hamburg to experience the horror of Supermassive's first Dark Pictures game, and they certainly had some surprises.
Supermassive talks us through the Shared Story and Movie Night multiplayer modes, changing the way you experience the narrative.
We got to try out the Shared Story mode, and we have two scenes to show you how it works in The Dark Pictures Anthology.
A two-part documentary talks about creating the character in Supermassive's Dark Pictures Anthology.