You play as Shaun Randall... after your time in the military, you lived a quiet, maybe a bit boring life. You worked as an office employee in a preserved food facility, your payment was good enough for you, your son Mike and your attractive but ordinary wife Kelly. One day, you wanted to go to work, but a Taxi knocked you down. You survived the accident but you`ve lost your legs. They where petrified forever. You would be bound to a wheelchair for the rest of you`re entire life. You`ve been assigned to a mental hospital after you`re first try to kill yourself. One of the Therapists, Doctor Van Wargen, had understanding and compassion for you. He gave you an Injection that killed you. You`ve been euthanised. The Doctor did everything necessary so It would look like a suicide. Patient Shaun Randall: Suicide - Died 21 January 1965 In that sleep of death...what dreams may come?
Enemies don't seem to have dynamic lighting, is that why there is no flashlight? Why didn't you include graphical options and a way to change control settings.
If these are limitations of the engine you better switch.
But as a impartial observer of this game I'll give it a fair go regardless.
I like the idea of having to count how many shots you've fire but I should be able to check how many clips I have so I think the creator should have added that.
The game is pretty dam scary, with more than a few jump scares, and it has pretty tough enemies while being light on ammo. Although there are ways to make enemies glitch on objects allowing you to spam them with the butcher knife.
Its pretty dam long to, with notes and ways to bring light on what happened here. I have to say that Thanatophobia war bunker is my preferred environment over this grungy underground hospital but that didn't stop the creator from giving us more varied environments later on. I don't see replayability here but for a one time playthrough its what it is, a effective horror game.