Summary: Obscure the aftermath is a unique title for the PSP. Its a role playing,horror,mystery,action adventure offering with great controls,depth and visuals. If you like your games deep--this is one. Check it out.
Summary: The game just barely earns its' four stars because with another person it is pretty fun. I admit, that seemingly like everyone else, I never heard of the first game either. It is steeped in western horror cliches. The really skimpily dressed women, the drugs, the douchebags, and I highly doubt you will grow to care for any of the characters. Me and my brother could actually see one characters thong. Me: I see your thong...
Summary: I liked playing this game on my PSP,its well done the graphics,the characters and even the story.I also liked the soundtrack from this game.This is a sequel to Obscure 1 which was released on ps2 and Pc.Its a game worth buying for survival horror fans,i wish there were more games like this on PSP.
Summary: I've been playing this game for a few days now and am loving every minute of it. There are eight characters to control. The story mostly will follow two characters at one time you control one and you can switch between them. Each character has certain skills (strength, hacking, agility, etc) so when you need to move boxes you will need to use the character that has strength.
Summary: I never played the other Obscure game. In fact, I've never even heard of it. I bought this game just because I was out of things for my PSP and I figured that it might be ok. So far Obscure is just a Silent Hill clone. If you played Silent Hill Origins and are still in the mood for more of the same Obscure might satisfy you, though it is not as good as Silent Hill, I will warn you.
Excerpt: If you ever wondered what the love-child of Silent Hill and Heartbreak High would look like in gaming form, then Obscure: The Aftermath is assuredly the closest you’re going to get. Despite its “don’t mind if they die” cast of corny college kids and adherence to some unashamedly vintage survival-horror gameplay mechanics, it’s rather better than it sounds.
Pros: Good visual design; lots of neat little gameplay touches; cinematic qualities
Cons: Relevance of co - op is unproven; script, voicing and cast; few scares, lacks replay value