10Dark, disturbing, satisfying and compelling. A masterpiece.
There is something inescapably creepy going on in INSIDE's world. It's a largely monochrome landscape, save for a splash of red here and there and, once, a golden sunset, but for all the aesthetic similarities this is a different beast from Playdead's LIMBO. That might not be immediately apparent. Opening in a sombre wood, our young protagonist is immediately on the run - but running from, or to, what is not yet clear. It's a similar beginning to that of LIMBO, and no doubt intentionally so. Squint through screwed up eyes and you'd be forgiven for mistaking one for the other. But Inside is ... Read More »