The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me review – A thoughtful, but janky dive into the fetishisation of serial killers

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The Devil in Me marks the fourth instalment in Supermassive Games’ The Dark Pictures Anthology, the finale of the anthology’s first season. You’d expect The Devil in Me to go out with some sort of bang, then, right? Sadly, this lacklustre dénouement lets itself down with performance issues, a severe lack of quality, and limited immersion (which is often essential to this series of games being as gripping as they are).

The Devil in Me follows the crew of Lonnit…

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