Call of Cthulhu celebrates its launch with maddening Accolade Trailer
Call of Cthulhu, the official videogame adaptation of Chaosium’s tabletop RPG, is available now on PlayStation 4! In celebration of last week’s launch, Cyanide Studio and Focus Home Interactive invite players to walk further along the path of madness in today’s Accolade Trailer, which highlights the game’s strong reception from press.
In Call of Cthulhu, feel the influence of Lovecraftian Old Gods and other cosmic horrors, playing investigator Edward Pierce as he delves into the circumstances behind the tragic deaths of the Hawkins family. Helped and hindered by the mysterious locals of Darkwater Island, your journey cuts the line between sanity and madness as the hunt for truth brings Pierce ever closer to the Great Dreamer.
Pierce is but a mortal man, with few allies in a remote, unfriendly environment. Whether outnumbered by mortal adversaries or facing foes whose mere existence is beyond human comprehension, offering physical resistance is usually not an option. Making the most of Pierce’s extensive set of skills, along with subterfuge and stealth, is paramount… though escaping the gaze of the Great Dreamer may ultimately prove futile.
Call of Cthulhu is out now on PlayStation 4.
Rated Mature: Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Strong Language, Use of Alcohol
if you think that dark corners of the earth is exactly like lovecraft you are sorely mistaken, that game has lovecraftian elements but ends up being a call of duty shooting gallery wich is nothing like the books
I hope the game is a bit racist so that I can joke it
Like when the narrator mentioned that he think his grandfather was assassinated because he bumped into a "dramatic music" A black guy and then died
Call of Cthulhu Dark Corners of the Earth fan. This new game is discounted version of that old game in every aspect, except graphics. But graphics, too, out of date, looks like Bioshock Infinite (I think Bioshock even more beautiful, lol), which is PS3 you know. Gameplay is like Murdered: Soul Suspect x What Remained of Edith Finch.
7,5/10 MAX. Not worth for full price, but I really recommend for half price.
Nice atmosphere and style.
Off topic question regarding psn-
Is it against the rules to purchase games from a UK psn store while living in malta? Both in europe, or do I have to create a maltese account? I just want to be sure its ok so I dont get banned for it later.
These reviews are massively out of proportion 😂 this full price £50/$60 game is laughably low quality and has highly dissapointing stealth/"action" gameplay if you can even call it that and only lasts roughly 5-6 hours with a cheap lame ending that will leave you wanting your money back! I advise to stay far away!!
Ok yeah the graphics are bad and the stealth is not that great but yeah its 5 to 6 hours if your trying to rush through it, which you probably did, if your taking your playing like a normal person it would at the most be around 15 hours at most, also there are like 4 endings and this game is 10 times better than the last cthulhu game so think about that
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