Lovecraft and Games

I can’t remember who it was who had expressed interest in Lovecraft (Matt, Jesse?), but I thought this might be interesting.

The game also allows you to stamp your own style onto the proceedings via an advanced AI system that can react to your method of play. Cthulhu enemies can roam freely around the environment – opening doors and tracking you down single-handedly or in groups. To stay alive you won’t just be able to outshoot them, you’ll need to outthink them as well.

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  1. Jesse

    Yes was I that mentioned Lovecraft, I heard about this game a while ago, and have played it a bit.

    Definitely an interesting take on the FPS genre, complete with an engrossing story and fun, challenging action/gameplay.

    Has a variety of difficulties to allow one to focus on the story or on the gameplay, or both.

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