Uncanny Valley for PlayStation 4

Uncanny Valley

Feb 7, 2017
1646th of 6429

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen


You play as a security guard named Tom at a remote facility. He's in charge of the night shift, while his lazy partner Buck is in charge of the day shift. Nights are long, so Tom starts exploring the facility and finds things he shouldn't. The story plays a huge part in the game, so saying anything more would be a major spoiler.

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Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
Aaron PotterFeb 14, 2017
Uncanny Valley remains a genuinely creepy and interesting indie horror experience, and one that should be applauded for its unique consequence system which melds together environment exploration with slight roguelike elements. Armed with your trusty flashlight, a couple of seven-minute shifts, and plenty of macabre imagery presented in pixelated fashion, Uncanny Valley never failed to scare or surprise me with everything – other than its finale.
Thom ComptonFeb 07, 2017
At first, it feels like Silent Hill, then the dread sets in that it might just be the parts people were indifferent to, or didn't like. Any survival horror fan should check it out, but don't expect anything more than a game with a lot of potential that never quite realises it.
Nicola Ardron Feb 08, 2017
Uncanny Valley shows a lot of promise, but the harsh reality of its non-linear narrative structure and reliance on multiple playthroughs to make sense of it all means it is asking too much in the face of the early game's uninspired, repetitive gameplay.

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