Evil Within (Xbox One) Review


“Sebastian Castellanos is leashed to the controller, a figidity detective senselessly holding onto reality amongst a swarm of demons while cloaked in garb best meant for a cop cosplayer on a convention floor. This is absurd. All of if it. It’s less terrifying than it is awkward, if undoubtedly Japanese in its vintage linearity. Evil Within transitions from juxtaposition to juxtaposition without its own notable lexicon. Cities are spectacularly crumbling with the visage of mega-budget software before Sebastian is incoherently dropped into a forest and then thrust into what appears to be a misshapen internal reality. Evil Within is ambiguous because it doesn’t want to give answers – or maybe it doesn’t have them at all.”

Read my full review of Evil Within at Pulp365

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