Little Hope review

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Little Hope review

Not quite as novel as its predecessor, but the co-op is still bewitching.

What is it? The second part of a horror anthology, this time set in a town with a history of witchcraft
Expect to pay £25/$30
Developer Supermassive Games
Publisher Bandai Namco
Reviewed on GTX 1080 Ti, Intel i7-8086K, 16GB RAM
Multiplayer Yes
Link Official site

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Cerebral, psychological horror is fine, but I like my scares to come from monster chases and stuff jumping out of the shadows. Idiots in peril, abandoned towns, maybe some supernatural shenanigans—that’s where I get my thrills. Little Hope, the second game in Supermassive’s Dark Pictures Anthology, has all of that, along with multiplayer modes that let it simultaneously capture the experience of watching and being inside a goofy horror flick with your pals. 

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