It’s time to write a new post for Fright Chasers! You arrive to the Kilbourn Observatory with your photographer to investigate a string of strange reports. Things quickly take a turn for the bizarre when she’s affected by an otherworldly force! Can you save her before it’s too late?!
When I saw the announcement on Twitter, I was excited and asked them what genre it is, and I remember they said this is horror. Because of that, I need few days to think if I should play it or not. Horror isn’t my cup of tea, although I’d been watch several horror movies like Exorcism and IT, but still, I can’t watch or even play something that would be my nightmare.
So far, Shadowplay is the only horror/thriller game series I play. Rite Passage, too, but I only play the first two games. I try to play another horror series from different developer, and I can’t finish it.
And knowing Mad Head Games, I put high expectation on the newest series. I know they will be creating something that will be blow our mind. But I have to say, I’m little bit disappointed.
The storyline is cliche’, even they put the twist in it, I still feel it’s overused. And honestly, I think the visual is similar with Shadowplay. I usually fell in love with Mad Head’s storyline, no matter how cliche’ it was. But this is the first time I dislike it. Sorry, Mad Head Games 😦
The gameplay is more simpler than the Mad Head’s standard. Heavy on adventure part, easy HOS and puzzle. Nothing complex in here. The only feature that I like is The Spirit Camera. This feature allows you to reveal spirits.
However, I’m amazed by how spectacular the graphics in it. Hiqh-quality visual with amazing effects and detailed artwork. Add it with lively voice-overs. The design team in Mad Head Games never disappoint me.
Fright Chaser: Dark Exposure is the weakest game of Mad Head Games so far. For first time, it feels like another mystery-game in HOPA universe.
Release Date : October 22, 2017
Developer : Mad Head Games