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About This Game

Long Night: Alone I break is the first episode of a three episodes season. The next episodes will be released in the next few months

Concept

Long Night is a Third Person Survival-Horror video game series which aims to reconnect with the atmosphere of its ancestors, the old classics from the 90's and early 2000
With this game Trickster Face wants to put Lurking Fear back to the center of the gaming experience, rather than pure action sustained by an escalation of noisy special effects.
Here we have no shot guns nor giant monsters, but simply David, a youngster who can only count on your pugnacity and your instinct, to survive, and save his friends.

Synopsis

This black tale takes place in an American holiday camp next to a forest, at the end of a summer in the nineties.
The heroes are a group of four teenage friends, accustomed to meet there every year. Spending their last evening together telling horror stories for fun, they find themselves plunged into a nightmare, bringing their most secret anguishes to life, tormenting them. All of a sudden everyone is on his own. During the night David will try to find and help his friends, but doing so, he will have to face worse than the fear that pursues him.


Features:

- Take control of your environment, keep the balance of your mental state to run and hide from your nemesis

- Resolve enigma to understand the intimacy of the 4 teenagers and become the wall between them and their fears.

- Explore Long Night camp to discover great side quests, giving better understanding of the background.

- Choose to play with Old School (without checkpoints and interaction icons) or Modern Gameplay (with all the help you want)


Warning:

Long Night is rated 17+ M for mature by ESRB for the following content

Violence
Blood
Sexual Themes
Nudity b4d347fde0



Title: Long Night
Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie
Developer:
Trickster Face
Publisher:
Trickster Face
Release Date: 7 Jul, 2014


Minimum:

  • OS: Windows XP 32 Bit
  • Processor: 2 GHz Dual Core
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: nVidia GeForce 8600 GT, ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible Sound Card with Latest Drivers

English,French



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I really liked this game.

I don't often write game reviews, so I'll do my best to keep this to the point and not ramble on too much. Or at the very least, keep it organized.

STORY: There is clearly a -lot- of stuff going on in this story, and in an episodic game, obviously you're going to be left with a lot of loose ends after just the first chapter. I'm a bit of a completionist and a fast reader, so I was perfectly happy to track down and read every single note and diary in the game, and it didn't break the flow for me at all, but those who lost patience with games such as Amnesia in this regard might not be so keen. I don't mind feeling confused about a game's story as long as the mystery is actually compelling and not just a bunch of random run-of-the-mill spooky bull, and for me, it definitely is compelling. The main draw for me isn't the history behind the creepy going-ons, though-- let's face it, it's pretty much all been done and it's nothing against the game when I say I don't expect much there -- but the dynamic of the four main characters and learning more about their stories. In the under two hours it took me to finish this episode, I actually felt a little emotionally invested in the characters' fates, which isn't a familiar feeling for me when it comes to horror games.

GAMEPLAY: I'll be honest -- I almost quit at the very first confrontation, because I got myself killed just about twenty times in a row; and the last checkpoint was directly -before- a non-skippable cutscene. It was ridiculous. BUT stay with me. Yes, it can be tricky at first being chased around the map because a) your camera is all over the place man it does not just follow right behind you and b) it's hella dark and you know in horror movies how when they're running they always look back and trip on something yeah this will basically literally happen because there are bushes everywhere so you'll be running and your camera will flip the \u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665 out and next thing you know you're careening into a bush and then you're dead. but hey if you look at it that way, it just adds to the challenge, right? also, your character is asthmatic, which means if you overuse sprint, he'll have an attack and literally just be unable to move. this is actually a detail I really like, because while lots of horror games have the exhaustion mechanic, this one actually comes up with a good explanation for why your character has the stamina of a two year old (among the sleep also had a good explantion in that your character was in fact a two year old).

After all the practice of that first confrontation, though, and realizing that the little glowy blue things are places you can hide (thanks for the heads up, game, I should have known that the proper thing to do when running for my life was stop and investigate shiny stuff by the side of the road ) the rest of the game was perfectly playable.

SCARINESS: Let's keep it real here; horror games are my favorite thing in the world, but I'm an enormous wussy. I wouldn't play them if I wasn't in it for a good rush though. With that said, for me, this game had a really nice balance in this department. There are areas where you feel constantly vulnerable, areas where you feel pretty safe (a nice relief from constant tension) and areas where you really have no idea what's going on and isn't that so much worse. There was a good atmosphere throughout and a refreshing variety of different types of creepy, none of which were particularly jump-scarey -- another plus. It was satisfyingly scary \/ creepy without being cripplingly so. I felt nervous, tense, and sometimes downright on-edge, but not uncomfortably stressed.

ADVICE FOR NEW PLAYERS: You can hide in the blue glowy spots. The little glowy insignias on the wall in some places allow you to save. There's a map in the D4's cabin that you can take. As you find hiding spots, visit cabins, and find dead ends, they will be marked on there. Super useful. Also, you can't run when you're holding your lighter.

TLDR; Overall, an interesting storyline with a lot of depth and detail. Good soundtrack, pleasant art and atmosphere in general. Under-instructive in spots, but I prefer that to games that don't let you think at all. A casually fun challenge level, moderately scary, and mechanics that were definitely imperfect but not enough to detract from the overall experience. Not a game for everyone, but one that I personally loved, and would pay to see a second installment of.. So far so good. That graphics and sound, the atomosphere, and especially the camera angles are highly reminiscent of classic Resident Evil and Silent HIll games. The only downside to the 1st part in my opinion is the final battle (if you can call it that) with the shark, but otherwise this is a good start and I can't wait to see what the rest has in store. If you're hesitant to get this, just keep in mind it's only $5 and should keep you busy for around 2-3 hrs.. It all starts on a nice summer night where four best of friends are sitting around telling ghost stories. One of the group decides to tell the story of something that happened right there at the camp they are staying at. Now of course you know they have to see if the story is true, and what ends up happening will have all 4 separated from each other, and lost. You will play the part of one of those characters, the one that actually told the story. It is up to you to try to figure out what is going on and where everybody went.

Graphically I have to say that I was pretty impressed with this game. The cut scenes that were done in a mature comic style looked amazing. There was also a lot to the models used in the game for the main character as well as the camp setting. One of the things that I have to say was a nice change of pace was the fact that even the mundane items that you will not have to interact with looked just as good as the items that you are going to interact with. Also, as much as I hated to see them, the death screens were also very well done and some were quite creepy.

Now this being a game that has gone through some crowdfunding I can kind of understand that there is no voice acting in this game. They didn't meet that stretch goal, but I really really wish they had some voice acting in this game. It would have added an element that would have caused a deeper immersion into the game.

The controls are a bit odd if you are going to be using a keyboard, the preferred method of play was with a controller. You are going to be using 'E' to interact with your environment. You are going to be using WASD to move around, although you will notice that because of the way the camera is situated you are going to experience some drifting from side to side as you move. Finally you are going to be using the Enter key to pause and pull up your inventory.

Alright so you are at this camp that you and your friends have spent many summers at. There's definitely a sense of misfits banding together. Now this being the first installation of the game you are not going to solve every mystery that this game holds, but man would I have like a little bit more to play. I think it was really at about the 40 minute mark of the game where I caught my stride and wanted to see where the game could really take me. There of course is the scary♥♥♥♥♥bloody woman that will chase you down in a heartbeat that always kept me on edge. There was also a lot of items that I picked up that I guess will have relevance down the road, or maybe not. The biggest problem is that this game is barely over an hour long. I do understand that there's more to come, but I really wish that there was at least a little bit more to grasp on to.

This is a great looking game what closes the first chapter way too fast. I did like what I played, and yes I did die quite a few times in the game, more than I would like, but most of the time it was my fault for dying. I will say this SAVE, SAVE, SAVE, SAVE, these are the checkpoints for most of the game and if you do not save you are going to have a lot of retracing your steps to do. Now comes the hard part, a grade, it's kind of hard to give this game a grade because I hope that there's something that is just around the next corner, something that I can get further into, but as it stands I just got into the game and then was thrown back to the intro screen having completed the first chapter. So I guess the best I can give this game is a 7.2 out of 10.. I really enjoyed this game and its reworking of the classic survival horror genre. Visuals suit the tone of the game and I look forward to the next episodes. Please don't take too long.. Oh hey lady! Wait don't kill me!

(Also, where are those 2 episodes??!) [I know, they closed down]

+ : great artwork, ok sounds, playable graphics (not great tho), weird story, gamepad supp

- : it will never be finished, camera stupid af, sometimes buggy, bad controls

Buy at your OWN RISK! 2.5/10 would ask the killer lady out again (died 100% worth it) [nah lol run away]



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