Remothered: Tormented Fathers
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Remothered: Tormented Fathers is not perfect. It has its flaws, but it captures the unease and dread of feeling trapped with a murderer. Rosemary Reed herself is a pretty shady individual, and I like that the game diverges from the idea of a goodhearted young heroine. The way the game simultaneously embraces and rejects many trappings of horror might not appeal to everyone.
Despite a few slips, Remothered is a game with a deep story and an emphasis on exploratory horror that we don't often see. It's punishing, and requires patience to get each piece of the puzzle in place, but it's rewarding once you eventually push past your obstacles, and since this is the first entry in a planned trilogy, it'll be interesting to see if the experience can be polished just a bit more moving forward.
I was apprehensive when first beginning Remothered: Tormented Fathers as I have been burnt by too many horror games that promised much but only disappointed – Agony being the most recent and egregious example. Happily, despite a few minor niggles, I very much enjoyed my time in the Felton residence and eagerly await the promised sequels.