First mate Frederick Kirk has just signed on aboard the container ship MS Aurora, for what’s supposed to be an uneventful voyage from Bergen, Norway to Plymouth, Massachusetts – but fate, the sea, and even their cargo seem to have other plans… The Horror at MS Aurora is an interactive drama drawing inspiration all the way from H.P Lovecraft and Stephen King, to Heavy Rain and The Walking Dead. With cinematic gameplay, stylistic visuals, and a lush score performed by the Belarus Philharmonic Orchestra, it’s built to be an intense and immersive experience, no longer than your average friday-night horror flick. Instead of having static cut-scenes to expose story, the cinematics are interactive, giving the player a measure of control. The player is faced with making choices and outcomes will vary depending on choice and performance. This is horror as it should be; short, intense, and immersive.
I really liked it for the story, but it took a while to get to the scary part and the horror atmosphere didn't last nearly as long as I would have liked. A good game, but too short for the build up.
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