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The Dark Pictures Anthology - House of Ashes (PS4/PS5 Upgrade Available)

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Description

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

Each new game is influenced by real world events either fact, fiction or legend and features a completely new story, setting and cast of characters. Each new game in The Dark Pictures Anthology will deliver a new cinematic horror experience playable in single and multi-player, including Shared Story, playable with a friend online, and Movie Night mode where up to 5 players can play together off-line and pass-the-pad.

Key features:

    • DESCEND IN THE DARK ABYSS
      Navigate a subterranean labyrinth and escape the unearthly creatures that have found a new prey to hunt
    • THE ENEMY OF YOUR ENEMY…
      Will you prioritize your own survival, or will you put aside your fears and personal rivalries to fight together as one?
    • DON'T PLAY ALONE
      Play online with a friend or up to 5 friends offline, share your story and cooperate wisely to save your cast…

Product Details

Barcode
3391892014426
Department
Video Games
Released
21 Oct 2021
Type
Games
Platform
PlayStation 4
Edition
Standard Edition
Genre
Action/Adventure
Publisher
Bandai Namco
Developer
Supermassive Games
Compatibility
PS5 Upgrade Available
FPB
18
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Videos
Announcement Trailer (00:50)
Supply Source
South Africa

Customer Reviews

Fangs for the memories

Reviewed by on

House of Ashes is the latest entry into the Dark Pictures Anthology from Supermassive Games and could easily take the title of its best, depending on who you ask.

The game sees you taking control of several characters as they fall into a deadly game of survival against a super ancient evil, and although the acting can be a bit campy at times, the game has a great story, great setting, and if you play your cards right, a batpoop crazy finale that will have you gripping your controller.

Might not be for everyone, especially those thinking this is a Blade the Vampire Hunter simulator, but for those with patience and want a good story, this is for you.

Snoozefest

Reviewed by on

I obtained a physical copy from BT Games. Right upon entering the disc there was a 21GB update.

I loved the previous entry "Little Hope" and I just couldn't get into this one. Terrible characters and I don't like the 'Cave setting'.

This was a 5hour slog to get through and I will only play it through once.

Again- Proof that critics are a bunch of wanks…"Best Entry in the series since Until Dawn"?

NO...