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Will you survive the night? Wick is a survival horror game where ghost stories are brought to life. Explore a local legend about the long lost children in the woods who can still be seen- but only by those who dare to enter alone by candlelight. Deep in the darkness you sense you are not alone. But will you live to tell the story? Navigate the darkness by candlelight but be sure to keep track of the candles you find. Youll need to stay in the light to keep your fear at bay- and there is plenty to be scared of. Youll soon discover youre not alone. Come face to face with a variety of enemies then learn what it takes to evade each one, or die trying.
So, can we recommend Wick?First of all, the mood is nerve-rackingly good when you go into the forest for the first time, armed only with a candle and the stamina of a 60-year-old smoker. The jumpscares are worth a twitch every time in the first 2 hours...
and the moments in which you run away in panic drive the sweat on your forehead. But that also brings me back to the 'at first'. You will die in Wick. . . be sure. There are combinations of enemies that can only be reasonably fended off when you know the opponent's behaviour and the environment allows it. Especially the hour from 3 to 4 demanded good reflexes from me personally. And the moment you are driven to constant repetition, the scenario loses its horror. Nevertheless, Wick is a great horror title, which I can only recommend to everyone for the 5. 99.
Now another word about the first 'DLC', which is completely free and is called 'No way out'. The game itself says it: This is where Wick gets really demanding. I haven't been allowed to see the end yet, but I can already say that Wick captivates here again with new jumpscares and finds back to his initial strength. So, guys, have the heart to do it;)
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