info More about the playscore
939th of 4062
Buy nowPlaystation Store
About this game
Developer: The Farm 51
Content Rating: Mature
Cole Black is a man with questions… Or so he is told. When he awakes in an old abandoned asylum, his sole memory is the attempted rescue of a teenage girl with a bomb strapped to her chest. Everything else is blank. With a strange technology fused to his head - used to read and replay human memory - Black travels into the depths of his own mind. To find the truth of his past. To find the truth of what happened. And to answer two very simple questions: ‘Why were you there?’ and, ‘Who was the girl?’
Gamer Reviews175 Reviews
This game has not been reviewed. Be the first to review it!.
Critic Reviews29 Reviews
Get Even's use of layered sound and even more layered story is unsettling and great, but other awkward mechanics make this psychological thriller a bit less than the sum of some very fine parts.
But you know, I’m not sure that there isn’t a charm to these failings, in an odd way. There’s a rough-cut, lo-fi patina to Get Even that adorns its good ideas like graffiti. With its edges scuffed and its heart in the right place, it feels like that now endangered species: the AA release. Long live dirty, flawed experimentation. This one’s different.
Get Even is almost afraid of what it could have been, settling for a more traditional horror experience instead of becoming what it really wants to be. The genre has been healthy in recent months, but a wildly different approach is always welcome and Get Even only accomplishes that in fleeting moments.