Tagged: The Town of Light

Italian developers LKA bring a unique horror puzzler in the form of The Town of Light, relying on storytelling and thought-provoking material to pull you through the experience. "If you think you have psychological problems, please speak to a local doctor or specialist" is the opening disclaimer before you start the game. One might think that this disclaimer is an unnecessary one, considering many titles that come before it involve an abundance of violence without relevant disclaimers, but the more you start to experience this title, the more you realise why this is needed. Experience being the key word here, as ... Read More »
After revealing a console release a couple of months ago, Italian developer LKA have confirmed that The Town of Light will be heading to Xbox One this June 6th. The psychological adventure released over a year ago on PC, and was met with positive reviews from critics. You take the role of Renée, a 16 year old girl who suffers with mental illness. This alone marks a giant leap in the games industry exploring a subject matter that has largely been untouched. You need to search for answers to many questions from your childhood, of which most was spent in a ... Read More »
Have you ever played a horror game and wondered if parts of it actually happened? In the upcoming game The Town of Light, everything really did happen. The woman and her personal experiences are fictional for the game, but everything about the asylum and the information surrounding it are factual. The game is based on the facts and research done from the early 1900s to the closing of these Asylums; focusing primarily on the life of the patients. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RAI3B0K9HiU Along with some creepy dolls, rickety elevators, and creaking doors, I believe this game will be as intriguing as it is ... Read More »

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