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Fantastic in almost every way. The structure is great and bears more thought, but really the game is 100% about atmosphere. Trying to figure out what's going on in the first act (and being terrified Leshy's going to, like, catch you messing with his cabin), and being thrown into the second without warning was like Myst level tonal mastery to me. Really my only criticism of the game at the moment is that the final plot point (Luke know...) felt pretty lame and shoehorned in compared to everything else. Partly the woman was just miscast, but also the head just felt kind of stupid compared to how thoughtfully creepy everything else in the game was.

Reviewed on May 28, 2023