Night Book for Xbox One
Xbox One

Night Book

Jul 27, 2021 NEW
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Developer: Good Gate Media
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

An online interpreter is tricked into reading an ancient book that summons a demon into her home. Night Book is an interactive occult thriller from the publishers of The Complex, Five Dates and Maid of Sker. Loralyn works the night shift remotely from her home, live interpreting video calls from English to French and back again. Currently pregnant, with a husband working far away and caring for her mentally ill father, she is desperately trying to keep her family together and safe – but who is she prepared to sacrifice to survive? The fiancé, the baby, her father or herself?

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Kieran HarrisJul 27, 2021
Night Book falls short in both being a horror movie and an interactive adventure. Its attempts to spook the player are often laughable and there is little to engage you beyond having to make a handful of pivotal choices. It ultimately just feels like an empty shell of a game and I can't really see players sticking around to explore all of its 15 different endings.
Gareth BrierleyJul 27, 2021
If you are a fan of the genre, then you’ll discover a game in which the team behind it have produced a tight, compelling, and professionally produced piece. It comes with a likeable story and the variety of paths and endings should be admired; especially considering Night Book was put together through lockdown. Gameplay-wise it needs more, and a bit of innovation wouldn’t go amiss, but you should be able to get completely invested in the story of the Night Book.
Joel CastilloAug 03, 2021
Night Book es una buena opción para los aficionados a las películas interactivas, está bien interpretado y es muy rejugable. Sin embargo, no da miedo y su historia es muy predecible.