The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man Of Medan for Xbox One
Xbox One

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man Of Medan

Aug 30, 2019
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About this game

Content Rating: Mature


The story of Man of Medan starts off on a dive boat in the South Pacific. With a rumoured WWII wreck to find, and plenty of on-deck partying to be had, our group of 4 young Americans and their skipper Fliss get ready for what should be the trip of a lifetime…but it doesn’t go quite to plan. As the day unfolds, and a storm rolls in, they find themselves trapped on board a ghost ship. Subjected to unimaginable stress and terror, they must try to find a way to escape the ship and its sinister history.

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Nov 23, 2020
Just coming off of playing Until Dawn, I had hopes for this game but it was lackluster. The pace was much slower which kept it harder to stay engaged. The concept was interesting; not what I had expected. It was ok however I wouldn't play again.


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Critic Reviews

24 Reviews
Pascal TekaiaSep 20, 2019
While predictably light on actual gameplay, Supermassive’s kick-off to their Dark Pictures Anthology is a welcome return to form that ticks all the right boxes for a scarily good time. Whether alone or with friends, raise the sails and weigh anchor aboard Man of Medan’s ghost ship if you dare.
Drew LeachmanSep 05, 2019
Man of Medan shows a lot of promise for The Dark Pictures Anthology. I never thought it was too difficult, and the scares really did get me a few times as well as my friends. Some may say it is too short, but I think it was the perfect length for the story and the great thing is, we’re getting a new story and game in less than a year. Fans of horror and adventure games will have a blast here. Any fan of Until Dawn should not worry, this one lives up to the hype.
Lucy O'BrienAug 28, 2019
Man of Medan lacks the campy charm of Until Dawn, but still offers an unnerving horror adventure with consequences that felt directly linked to my actions. If you can get through its slow beginning twice, playing through with a co-op partner is a blast as you both properly explore its many branching storylines.