Excerpt: Obscure: The Aftermath is a strange mix of terrible and terrifying. It may as well have been called Obscure: The Hangover, because it leaves a gamer with the feeling that they enjoyed themselves at some point but they can’t recall what that point was.
Summary: Obscure: The Aftermath is a fun survival horror game that is marred by dumb AI and a lame story. But even with its problems, I still had a great time looking at the amazing visuals and laughing at the cheesy dialogue. It's not going to win any awards, but Obscure: The Aftermath managed to exceed my admittedly low expectations! This product was submitted by the publisher for review. As a rule, Defunct Games does not review games we spent money on.
Excerpt: Obscure: The Aftermath is the sequel to the 2006 release Obscure, a game notable for its, at the time, unique approach to co-op in a horror game. The game has been ported from the PS2 and finds a new home on the PSP. Not much has been lost in the translation with the end result being a standard entry in a genre underrepresented on the platform. This budget title offers some nice puzzling and exploration elements, despite not being as terrifying as you would hope.
Summary: Two years ago, at Leafmore High, a group of young teenagers were trapped inside their school and hunted by monsters that had been released by the maniac headmaster. Some of them survived that terrible night, while others perished. In Obscure: The Aftermath, the survivors have picked up their lives and joined college.
Excerpt: Un survival horror qui assume pleinement son côté teen-movie. Un gameplay un peu vieillot pour un graphisme sympathique pour la petite console de Sony. Le survival horror a ses règles, surtout quand il est lié fortement à l'univers du teen-movie . Ainsi, Obscure: The Aftermath , nous place dans la peau d'une bande d'étudiants un peu écervelés, voire même carrément idiots, qui se retrouvent pris au piège sur un campus où les autres étudiants ont été exterminés ou ont...