Conclusion: I too played this latest game, from Jonathan Boakes, and found it a darker, more sombre affair. There are drug and alcohol references, which explain the more mature rating given to the game, but I also found the story was nicely balanced between WWII nostalgia and modern urban horror. There are scenes set back in 1947 that simply ooze nostalgia, in honey coloured hues, enlivened by a period musical score that will delight anyone interested in Britain during World War 2.
Conclusion: Without giving away any spoilers I have to say this game is darker, more disturbing and more macabre than any game I've played. It is well written and immersive. I think the author did a brilliant job writing a story that will leave people thinking about it long after they've played it through.
Summary: Fantastisk atmosfär! Trots lite konstig navigering så blev man helt uppslukad av detta spel. För den som gillar klassiska äventyrsspel och (måttlig) skräck är det en upplevelse. Man saknar det när man spelat ut det.