The Quarry: very good first votes from critics, for the welcome return of Supermassive

The first emerged online reviews from The Quarry, the new horror adventure from Supermassive Games. THE votes they are generally good, with varying peaks. On average, the game received votes between 8 and 9. Let’s see the list:

  • GameGrin – 10/10
  • GamingTrend – 95/100
  • Gamepur – 9.5 / 10
  • GameSpot – 9/10
  • Shacknews – 9/10
  • Wccftech – 9/10
  • AusGamers – 9/10
  • FingerGuns – 9/10
  • Geek Culture – 8.8 / 10
  • Stevivor – 8.5 / 10
  • Hobby Consolas – 84/100
  • VG247 – 4/5
  • Game Rant – 4/5
  • Twinfinite – 4/5
  • TrustedReviews – 4/5
  • Worth Playing – 8/10
  • Dexerto – 8/10
  • PlayStation LifeStyle – 7.5 / 10
  • PC Gamer – 70/100
  • Press Start – 7/10
  • GameWatcher – 7/10
  • Hardcore Gamer – 3.5 / 5
  • Checkpoint Gaming – 7/10
  • GamesRadar + – 3/5

In short, provided that Supermassive is back with an excellent horror adventure, which follows the atmospheres of Until Dawn and which could easily have been called Until Dawn 2, so much it refers to that experience.

Be that as it may, the best part of the title is definitely the narrative one, with the story being determined by the player’s choices. The most critics, however, speak of a lack of interactivity, namely that The Quarry seems to be more a film than a video game. Anyway, it seems to be facing the best Supermassive game for a few years now, which can only be good.


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