“This gives you a unique perspective to see what a religious cult looks from the inside out and its a dozy boys wow. it reminds me a lot of Jim Jones –The People’s Temple cult in the '70s" (Final Score 8/10)
This gives you a unique perspective to see what a religious cult looks from the inside out and its a dozy boys wow. it reminds me a lot of Jim Jones – The People’s Temple cult in the '70s
The Church in the Darkness a great name for an indie game.
The story gives you the perspective look on the life of the religious cult in the jungles of South America and their paranoid cult leaders and their nutty followers from the inside and you will decide if you want to help certain people or kill them or just leave them be it's your choice and that will decide your ending. (Rating 8/10)
The game has 19 endings and that's a lot its defiantly has unique replay value to it (Rating 9/10)
You can play this game in many ways stealthy with or without killing anyone or just shoot at everyone and that will give a different ending each time. (Rating 8/10)
The graphic design of the game gives you the feeling that you are in a 1970 dangerous religious cult it has that feeling to it, this is done very well. (Rating 8/10)
The mechanics are different in how you play this game I used the controller, so if you play stealthy which is my favorite type to do its smooth with no problems at all , but if you want to shoot someone will that is a different issue it sucks big time I could not shoot anyone using the controller as when the enemies notice you, they shoot you 2 to 3 times very fast and you're dead you don't have that much of a time to run or react. (Rating 6/10)
This game gives you 4 difficulties (Easy, Normal, Hard & Hardest) I played it on normal that is always the most enjoyable mod for me but if you need a challenge you will definitely get it in this game, you also choose 2 to 3 items you can start with at the beginning of the game a gun, a mid kit, a shotgun or disguise and there other things you will unluck later (Rating 8/10)
The music & sound effects are okay nothing comes out as unique (Rating 7/10)
It's fully voiced game with great voice acting (Rating 7/10)
I enjoyed this game even with its miner controller shooting problems I will defiantly recommend this game I enjoyed playing it (Final Rating 8/10)
Make sure you never join a cult except for mine
ABOUT THIS GAME:
No one is forced to join a cult. It welcomes you. It understands you. It envelops you until the words become more than truth—they make you whole.
In the late 1970s, the charismatic Isaac and Rebecca Walker lead the Collective Justice Mission. Labeled radicals and feeling persecuted by the US government, they relocate their followers to the one place they believe they can create a socialist utopia: the jungles of South America. There they build Freedom Town. But relatives left behind in the US become worried: what exactly is going on at this compound in the jungle?
You play as Vic, an ex-law enforcement officer who has snuck into Freedom Town to check on their nephew, Alex. Whether you choose stealth or violence, you must infiltrate the commune, find out what’s going on within, and locate your nephew, before it’s too late.
* Gameplay live stream on Twitch (Hovac One)
The dynamic story of The Church in the Darkness changes every time you play. It's up to you to explore Freedom Town, figure out the shifting personalities and motivations of the cult leaders, and decide what to do.
* What ending will you get? Will you get Alex out, whether he wants to go with you or not? Will you confront the cult leaders? Will you join the cult?
* Unlock every ending for each scenario by trying different play styles or making different choices.
* Multiple ways to play: Avoid detection completely, taking out guards and civilians non-lethally, or kill anyone who gets in your way.
* Interview characters from Freedom Town and search for clues. Documents and letters scattered around camp will hint at the true nature of the commune.
* Fully voiced game, starring Ellen McLain (best known as GLaDOS in Portal) and John Patrick Lowrie (the Sniper from Team Fortress 2) as the cult leaders, Rebecca and Isaac Walker.
How dangerous are the Walkers? How far will you go to uncover the truth and save Alex? Could it all have turned out differently?
(Final Score 8/10)