In Season 2 of the award-winning hit The Last Door, delve further into the madness of the Veil as Dr. John Wakefield, psychiatrist to Season 1’s protagonist Jeremiah Devitt. Setting out in search of his client who has mysteriously vanished, Wakefield is soon drawn into the haunting web of forbidden knowledge, madness, and a much deeper conspiracy hiding it all than he ever could have imagined. As his search takes him beyond England, will he find his missing client? Or will he merely find that he, too, is about to become lost in the search for the Last Door?
The Last Door Season 2: Collector’s Edition brings four new episodes and exclusive extras with more mysteries, more locations, more characters and more chilling otherworldly horrors than the first Season. Journey back to Victorian England, through mental asylums, abandoned manors, opium dens and beyond in this fascinating conclusion!
Sequel to the award-winning point-and-click Victorian era horror adventure, The Last Door
Search for and uncover forbidden knowledge that may be driving you mad
Guide Dr. Wakefield through new locations, characters, scenes, and puzzles in a new compelling mystery
Four episodes and exclusive extras and bonus content in one limited-edition set
A brand new haunting, original musical score by Carlos Viola
Inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft and Edgar Allan Poe
The Last Door is an adventure game that takes place in Victorian England. It's the story of Jeremiah Devitt who is investigating why his childhood friend just tried to contact him. The Last Door is about the occult and conspiracies. It has pretty much everything you need for a good Lovecraftian story. The Season 2 starts where the previous game ended. Jeremiah has gone missing and now we play as Dr Wakefield, the protagonist's psychiatrist and we are looking for Devitt. The atmosphere is wonderfully oppressive and the story is just fascinating. However, the game could look better. Not that the pixel art visuals are bad! On the contrary, they are very good and do a an excellent job in creating a dark and gloomy scenery. But I think this is the type of game that would benefit from better visuals (2D or 3D, it doesn't matter). Gameplay-wise, it's an adventure game by the book. There are plenty dialogs and puzzles. I've found the game to be pretty easy, though, so there is no risk for you to get stuck if you're familiar with this genre. The Last Door is excellent and is a must buy for every Lovecraft fans out there but be sure to buy both seasons!
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