The Dark Pictures Anthology: Volume 2 - PlayStation 4
Review: 5 - "A masterpiece of literature" by , written on May 4, 2006
I really enjoyed this book. It captures the essential challenge people face as they try make sense of their lives and grow to adulthood.

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Volume 2 - PlayStation 4

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£39.95

The Dark Pictures Anthology is a series of intense, branching cinematic horror games - each story is standalone and can be played independently. These unique horror stories are inspired by real-life facts, myths and legends and your choices will decide if your characters live or die. Two critically acclaimed multiplayer modes are available: share your story online with a friend or aim for safety in numbers through the offline 5-player pass-the-pad mode.

This bundle contains 2 full games: House of Ashes & The Devil In Me.

In House of Ashes, at the close of the Iraq War, Special Forces hunting for weapons of mass destruction unearth something far deadlier – a buried Sumerian temple containing a nest of unearthly creatures. To survive the night below, they must forge a brotherhood with their enemies from the world above.

In The Devil In Me, a group of documentary film makers receive a mysterious call inviting them to a modern-day replica of HH Holmes’ ‘Murder Castle’. But on arrival the crew soon discover they’re being watched and even manipulated, and suddenly there’s much more at stake than just their ratings!

PEGI 18+

PEGI 18+: The level of violence can become gross and can include horrific methods of bringing severe injury or death including torture, decapitation or dismemberment. Violence against vulnerable characters such as children and the elderly may feature, along with motiveless violence against multiple innocents.

Sexual violence and threat are also classified at PEGI 18 and sexual activity with visible genital organs can be shown. The game may include detailed descriptions of criminal techniques, or it may glamorise the use of illegal drugs.

This game is rated by Games rating authority and PEGI

The Chelsea Gamer and the Video Standards Council