The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me Review (PS5)

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With four instalments under its belt, The Dark Pictures Anthology from Supermassive Games feels like a roller coaster. Following an underwhelming start in Man of Medan, the horror series was getting better and better with Little Hope and House of Ashes. It appears, however, the latter may have been the peak of what the franchise has to offer — at least as the first season comes to an end. The Devil in Me does neither its setting nor inspirations justice, with a campaign that at times…

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