Husk is a down-to-earth survival-horror, about harm, pain and seeking forgiveness in Shivercliff, a town abandoned for unknown reasons.
A tribute to classical thrillers like Silent Hill or Twin Peaks.
It's 1995, you're Matthew Palmer and you've just woken up after a train crash. There's nobody around you. Especially, there's no trace of your wife and daughter.
The only sign indicating where are you says:
Welcome to Shivercliﬀ.
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I like the premise of the game's story but its execution and voice acting are sub par. With the graphics on Ultra this is a really beautiful game. But its so poorly optimized that I'm not sure any PC could run this on Ultra. There were a few moments in the game I was creeped out a little bit. But overall, the game isn't very very scary. Part of the problem is that its so buggy and freezes up so often that you never get fully immersed into the game. I beat the game in about 4-5 hours. Spent atleast 45 minutes just messing with the settings to get it to run and occassionally standing in place for minutes at a time while the game loaded. There's maybe 8 hours of gameplay if you stop and inspect every square inch of the game world. The game is extremely linear and there is no replayability value. I got it as part of a Humble Bundle so it only cost a few bucks. Which is what I would value it as. Maybe a $5-10 game after they fix all the bugs. 6/10
The game is good but has optimization problems, some compare it with Silent Hill, although they have similarities it is not as good as the previous title mentioned.
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