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Video by Matt S.

I was a big fan of Layers of Fear. I’m an even bigger fan of the sequel. It’s a “walking simulator”, but it weaves a complex and intricate narrative, and, coupled with the stunning aesthetics, delivers a masterful example of the horror genre.

I take an in-depth look at what it is I love about the game in this video, and why I think it’s so effective as an example of the horror genre. Have a watch, read my review on DDNet, and thanks as always for tuning in!

– Matt S.
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