The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes for PlayStation 5

The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes

Oct 22, 2021
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About this game

Developer: Supermassive Games
Content Rating: Mature


At the end of the Iraq War, Special Forces hunting for weapons of mass destruction unearth something far deadlier – a buried Sumerian temple containing a nest of ancient and unearthly creatures. To survive the night below they must forge a brotherhood with their enemies from the world above. Each new game is influenced by real world events either fact, fiction or legend and features a completely new story, setting and cast of characters. Each new game in The Dark Pictures Anthology will deliver a new cinematic horror experience playable in single and multi-player, including Shared Story, playable with a friend online, and Movie Night mode where up to 5 players can play together off-line and pass-the-pad.

Gamer Reviews

951 Reviews
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Nov 1, 2021

Ahh The Dark Pictures Anthology, a great series of games with rich story. There latest installment house of ashes has to be the best one so far, let me explain. This games graphics looks sooo good on next gen hardware, and played fluently with no problems at all. Without spoiling it at all this story is so much better built then the last 2 games in my opinion and its intense as hellllll. Plus Ashley Tisdale is in it lol.

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Critic Reviews

46 Reviews
Richard WakelingOct 22, 2021
Despite these continued missteps, House of Ashes represents the peak of the Dark Pictures Anthology so far. Its setting and characters offer a fresh perspective for the series, while Supermassive's penchant for creating tension through something as simple as a QTE is as masterful as ever.
Ed McGloneOct 26, 2021
Its story is unique, complex, interesting, and suspenseful without relying on cheap scares. If you didn’t like Little Hope or Man of Medan, but are still open to enjoying the series, House of Ashes is worth giving a shot.
Chris "Atom" DeAngelusOct 21, 2021
That basically sums up The Dark Pictures: Episode 3 - House of Ashes. It's a cheesy action-horror movie, except you can help characters survive (or die) with your button presses. It's not my favorite of the lot, but I was relatively engaged. It's an enjoyable enough B movie and feels like it would thrive the best as a multiplayer party game. If you've enjoyed the rest of the franchise so far, you'll enjoy House of Ashes because aside from some quality of life changes, it's largely in the same mold.

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