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Genre: Indie, Psychological Horror, Lovecraftian, Sexual Content
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What is Lust for Darkness about?
Jonathan Moon receives a letter from his wife who has gone missing a year before. Following information from the message, he heads for a secluded mansion where an eldritch, occult ceremony takes place. Gates to another world – the profane, perverse land of Lusst’ghaa are opened.
How’s the gameplay in Lust for Darkness?
Lust for Darkness plays as a first-person adventure with horror elements. Loads of pick-ups and interactive items. Lots of notes to read and puzzles to solve. There is also a decent amount of stealth. Horror games often rely on jump-scares. Lust for Darkness focuses more on the narrative than on making your bones jump out of your skin.
What’s the atmosphere like in Lust for Darkness?
Lust for Darkness holds absolutely nothing back in terms of creating an eerie atmosphere. It mixes eroticism and occultism in an unapologetically graphic manner. According to the developer, the game’s art is inspired by H. R. Giger and Zdzisław Beksiński. It’s fully worth getting lost in for a few hours.
And for the audiophiles out there, you’ll get discover a very interesting score by the Polish composer Draco Nared. We’re excited to see lots of gamers playing right now. We’ve still got to finish this title ourselves. But this is a promising title and we can absolutely recommend it for all the curious gamers out there. Perhaps just don’t expect a porn game. Because it’s really not that. It will titillate, but it provides something a little deeper in terms of experience.
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