Summary: I will admit to this, the first half hour is pretty scary. However, as a game, it is not that much fun. After the first half hour, the game turns from being a horror experience to being a simple game where you have to activate switches and the like. And it gets frustrating too.
Summary: If you are like me, you were probably hoping for the DLC to better explain what happened in Outlast. Not only does it not do that, it bores you with repetitive, copy and paste gameplay that the main game offered. Oh, the monster showed up when I grabbed the key? Who knew that would happen...
Starts out really good but quickly becomes a game where all you do is stay crouched and sprint, hide, sprint for too long
Chris Busenkell, Amazon
26 July 2014
Summary: pretty scary at first but then after a while you've just been crouching, sneaking, hiding, running, and avoiding interaction with any other characters that it gets pretty mundane and you just want it to end.
Summary: the spooks and thrills kept me on the edge of my seat the whole day. this addition to the game has a good story but gets repetitive after a while and when re doing a mission it lacks the feel that you get the first time. it is very linear as there is almost always one path to go on.
Summary: The game was fun but not really scary. There were too many nude men. I guess penises are supposed to be scary. When I play a game that says Nudity and Strong Sexual Content I expect to see at least one nude female even a clothed female would have been a plus.
Summary: Outlast is dripping with atmosphere. As soon as you start the game up, the creepy mood encapsulates you. The controls are good and feel solid. The camera nightlight and batteries mechanic of the game is simple, refreshing, and innovative.