Lust for Darkness Review

Hi there and welcome to another review and today I am reviewing Lust For Darkness. Lust for Darkness is a psychological horror of seeking satisfaction on the border of two intertwining worlds. An intriguing plot with erotic and occult themes guides the player’s character through the Yelvertons’ Victorian mansion. A perverse land inspired with Lovecraft’s works and paintings of Zdzisław Beksiński.

Gameplay:

Lust for Darkness is a first-person horror stealth-and-puzzle game in the mold of Amnesia, The gameplay will make you think of Layers Of Fear or SOMA, with more direct storytelling than the former. Puzzles pop up every so often when you need to escape from Lusst’ghaa or make your way further into the mansion. Some of those puzzles I was stumped for a few minutes, while I tried to figure out the game’s logic. None of them are frustrating enough that you’ll ever feel the need to turn it off or play something else.

Graphics/Sound:
The developer has created a dark and scary theme that you will explore. It’s not the best graphics I have seen but the lighting effects really brings this game to life. The developer has done a great job in the sound production in this game with its jump scares. The soft music will put you in a nervous feeling every time you turn a corner.

Conclusion:
Movie Games Lunarium has done a great job creating this Amnesia style game and you really feel on edge all the time. So if you are a fan of psychological horror then this is a must buy for you.

Rating: 3.0 out of 5

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