Remothered Broken Porcelain An Intense New Survival Horror Game Releases Today

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Author:

Kyle Smith

Publish Date:

13 Oct 2020

Remothered Broken Porcelain by Developers Stormind Games, is the sequel to the award winning Remothered Tormented Fathers. After visiting the mysterious Ashmann Inn, which is a dark decaying place, known for its many dangers and secrets, you are tasked with uncovering the many truths buried behind its history. But these truths will not come so easily, as each truth is guarded by the looming threat of the stalkers, powerful hunters trapped in time and the confines of its walls. Survival takes more than just quick reactions and a direct hands on approach, as strategic and resourceful approaches will often mean the difference between life or death. Remothered is a game that clearly has been influenced by many of the cult classic survival horror games, most notably the classic Silent Hill games, but has managed to find its own identity from these influences and among the thousands of other horror games out there. The team in Stormind Games has managed to successfully create a game that gives a nostalgic and genuine horror experience.

Compared to the previous entry, Broken Porcelain brings an abundance of welcome changes to the series, introducing completely overhauled new gameplay and storytelling elements that breathe new life into the characters, creating an unprecedented level of immersion in this haunting adventure. Perfect for those new to the series and those returning fans. One of the key changes is the need to scour the environment items to aid your exploration of unsettling locations, and it is critical that a stealth approach is taken as fighting enemies head on, will not always guarantee you a successful result.

Romothered Broken Porcelain, is coming out today to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The game is being sold at £24.99 ($29.99), which is an absolute great price for the quality of game that you will be receiving. Go check it out, and be sure to let us know what you think in the comments sections on our social media pages using the links below.

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