Uncanny Valley for Xbox One
Xbox One

Uncanny Valley

Feb 10, 2017
1043rd of 5358

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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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Anthony BacchusFeb 22, 2017
Uncanny Valley has strong presentation and an interesting story to tell but it’s held back by bad execution and cumbersome controls. The repeat playthroughs — while they do flesh out the story some more — didn’t make the game more enjoyable, but more frustrating as I tried to assemble a story that didn’t need to be told in a disjointed manner.
Jimmy DonnellanFeb 09, 2017
Thanks to its patchy transition to console and a mystery that’s more trouble than it’s worth to properly uncover, Uncanny Valley is a hard game to recommend. What the developers were striving for is obvious and it’s commendable that a small studio would even try it to begin with, but the actual execution of their ideas will likely leave you frustrated.
Nikola SuprakFeb 09, 2017
It certainly isn't a bad game, and there is a pretty good start that will draw in any horror fan. Ultimately, it doesn't quite reach the same heights as similar titles, like Lone Survivor, and makes too many questionable design choices to really make much of an impact in the scene. Like any trip to the uncanny valley, this one isn't going to leave anyone particularly satisfied.

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