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- Outlast is a first-person survival horror series developed by Red Barrels. The critically acclaimed franchise is now available for the first time on disc as a complete package. The Ultimate Horror Bundle features over 20 hours of terrifying gameplay across Outlast 1, Outlast Whistleblower and the all new Outlast 2.
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Outlast is a first-person survival horror series developed by Red Barrels. The critically acclaimed franchise is now available for the first time on disc as a complete package.Outlast: The Ultimate Horror Bundle features over 20 hours of terrifying gameplay across Outlast 1, Outlast Whistleblower and the all new Outlast 2.OUTLAST FRANCHISE HISTORYOutlast is a first-person survival horror series developed by Red Barrels. The protagonists of Outlast have no fighting abilities. They must run, hide or die. Their only weapon is a camcorder they must use to capture the horrible events unfolding as they progress through the game. The camcorder also has a night vision mode to navigate through dark environments.A comic book series is being released to bridge the gap between Outlast and Outlast 2.ABOUT OUTLAST 2Outlast 2 will release digitally on April 11, 2017 for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC.A demo was released in Oct 2016 and received 2M downloads.You are Blake Langermann, a cameraman working wit
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Here's my problem; A lot will depend on how you want to play a survival horror game, Outlast gives you no defensive options at all! Initially you will think it's a good game mechanic to increase the tension but it's not for a couple of reasons:-
* The main antagonists kill you as soon as they get to you (unless you're lucky enough to get away and get to a hiding place) and the whole game is all about finding where to go next which means that you have to die repeatedly (by running into the bad guy) before you finally spot the exit! Reload game, reload game, reload game etc etc.
* Not being able to defend yourself makes no sense whatsoever! If I were trapped in a corner by some mad dude trying to kill me there is going to be a fight! If all I have is fists and feet then I am going to throw them and smash his face in! What does our hero do? ......NOTHING! He just stands there and lets himself be beaten/stabbed to death! He should at least have a left hook button which gives a few seconds breathing space to attempt an escape.
A good portion of the game is spent in darkness so you have your camcorder's night vision to find your way, you have a limited battery supply for this each one of which runs out of juice at an alarming speed! This is fine and works well within the game right to the point where your battery dies and you realise you have none left, you do get a tiny bit of illumination through the camcorder still which I guess is to allow you to try to find more batteries but I found it easier to just reload a recent save and go from there.
For this price you are getting two full games and the Whistleblower DLC, I've just started Outlast 2 and it seems more polished but I haven't progressed enough to say more than that.
I can't comment on Outlast 2 since I haven't played that yet but I have played the other 2 games. You need nerves of steel to handle this game. I would be very, very surprised if someone hasn't paused the game for being scared.
I'm not really a big lover of gore horror, I find it cheap and tacky. Even though this game has that, it's the psychological horror that gets me and this game has it. For example being chased in a corridor, their's the option to look back and he's still chasing you. Hiding under beds and lockers hoping the crazy guy doesn't find you. Running out of batteries and panicking if you've got none left. And the main scary part for me is not knowing where the enemies are. You've lost them, where did they go? Then suddenly out of nowhere they show up and start chasing you again.
The original Outlast has some memorable bad guys
1. Chris Walker - Your constant stalker. He always seems to show up, just like the Nemesis from Resident Evil 3. He'll be a constant thorn in your side and you'll have a couple of altercations with him.
2. Richard Trager - Appears in 1 level but his short stay his memorable. He's responsible for the most gruesome cutscene in the game. He'll be holding these big knives whilst looking for you.
3. Father Martin - Not really a boss fight but he is a bad guy. Clearly messed up in the head, in a cult sort of way. Becomes clear early on he's the main antagonist
4. Walrider - Ghostly figure that roams the Asylum
The main game is not very long, it can be done in a couple of hours/days., however Whilstleblower is even shorter considering its a DLC. However the main enemy from Outlast Whistleblower was arguably one of the most sickest and disturbing video game characters of all time.
His name is Eddie Gluskin, anything involving him should remind you why the hell are you playing this game? Remember when I said Richard Trager was memorable for the most gruesome cutscene in the main game? Well triple that with Eddie Gluskin. For anyone that has played Outlast Whistleblower and saw "that" cutscene with Eddie, imagine if that was done in VR? You would probably need counselling.
Anyway I think Eddie Gluskin stole the show in the Whistleblower DLC in an otherwise short DLC. The Whistleblower DLC ties in with the main game so what you have is the main character from the main game and the main character from the DLC struggling at the same time but in different areas of the Asylum, I thought was pretty cool.
Once I've finished with my current game I'll be moving onto Outlast 2 so I'm excited but dreading it at the same time.
Just to clarify to anyone who is unsure about buying this game, if you're scared to play maybe pick the easiest difficulty (which is normal) this will give you a feel of the game. If you do complete it and feel confident maybe do a 2nd playthrough on a higher difficulty. Also remember it's 3 games in 1 so you're getting a bargain. Outlast on its own is worth the purchase.
I'll end it on this note that I had reservations of playing this game even though I bought it. I was worried I would hold it off and not play it. I'm glad I took the plunge because the Outlast series is brilliant. The gore can be a bit OTT but the Psychological Horror is amazing. The only regret I have is not having that feeling of what happens next since I've already completed the first 2 games. Still I've got Outlast 2 to play so I'll be looking forward to that.
This is on a whole new level, no map to show you your route, no weapons. You just don't know what is around the corner waiting. Patience and stealth is required to complete certain tasks, sometimes you can try to run for it in the hope to complete the mission. Well worth the entry fee, 5* especially 3 games in 1 , time to remember where I left off.
It was listed as a first person shooter bur is a sneak around hiding until something grabs you.