White Night – PS4

White Night PS4

This seems whiney, I know, as I’m not up for a challenge. But the frustration I was feeling was exacerbated by another factor, which unfortunately I have to go back to the greater strength of Nuit Blanche: this style of art. At heart, this is a puzzle game in which you must find objects and solve problems. For example, you move an object and a beam of light falls to reveal a key. It is clean, clever and works well … but none of this is particularly favored by the near absence of light or insta-death enemies, and it is actively hindered by the use of fixed camera angles. Seriously, for one reason or another, you can not see what you are doing most of the time.
At first I thought these elegant shots were fantastic. There is a shooting early on who looks down on you from a point of bird’s-eye view as you walk on the steps of the house; it is straight out of Hitchcock’s Psycho. But when I am trying to find a light switch, and the camera angle hidden location until I got into a very small sweet spot, I could have quite happily done without artistic presentation. Sometimes, I resorted to the boring but reliable tactic to sweep the perimeter of a room to see if an interaction icon appears. (If you ever get stuck, it usually means a light must be light somewhere.) Welcome back to the old days of tedious pixel-hunting adventure.
The art style and premise are great: as a detective, you are supposed to introduce light into the world of White Night of darkness. And from the beginning, it really feels as will be careful clever idea that will be the center of everything. But once you enter the house, it consists primarily interference in darkness and bumping into the furniture you can not see that you are running away from ghosts, you can not see either. The bones of a decent procedural game horror are buried under about six feet of still frustrating camera angles, insta-death, and poor checkpointing. Ultimately, it’s just not that much fun being a detective in the dark.


 
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4 Comments on "White Night – PS4"

  1. Bubles October 20, 2016 at 8:26 am - Reply

    thanks !
    games is working 🙂

  2. Jonathon December 21, 2016 at 6:58 am - Reply

    Great Upload, works with no problems!

  3. Stephen February 3, 2017 at 6:56 am - Reply

    working great 🙂

  4. Kylee March 2, 2017 at 7:14 am - Reply

    Great upload. Thank you

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