Shaping up to become one of the greatest horrors of this year is Remothered: Broken Porcelain, the sequel to the critically acclaimed Remothered series set to release on the 13th of Oct this year. This preview version of the game written and directed by Darrel Arts and developed by Stormind Games looks to be an amazing entry. With detailed realistic graphics and a new play style which expands upon the first title and offers deeper and more immersive gameplay and environments then ever before.
“Remothered returns in the highly anticipated Remothered: Broken Porcelain. Serving as a continuation of Remothered: Tormented Fathers, relive events from the characters’ painful past during intense flashbacks and endure new unspeakable horrors in the present day that await them in the Ashmann Inn – a mysterious and decaying tomb for its many secrets as well as dangers.”
If you’re familiar with the first part of the story then you will have no trouble catching up and understanding what part you play in the story. For those that don’t I’ll lay it down quick; Playing the roll of Rosemary Reed, you arrive at a run-down mansion owned by Dr. Richard Felton who at this time has a terrible disease. After being escorted off the property you sneak back into the mansion to discover more answers and to find Felton’s wife. After discovering that his wife is no longer alive you search the mansion for more clues and discover that his daughter has also run away. This is where the sequel takes off.
You play the part this time of the daughter who is missing and must scour the halls of what seems to be an orphanage. With a psychotic care person who has just plain had enough, your main focus is to hide, outwit and out maneuver while you search for a way out. Remember this is just the first scene in the game and there will be much more to come across and explore as the story continues. Also adding the element of weapons such as scissors, bricks and cups to throw at enemies or to create a distraction, Remothered: Broken Porcelain will keep you on your toes for hours.
If Darrel Arts continues this epic story then I hope it continues forever. Offering deep, meaningful and sometimes emotional scares for any horror fan. I can’t wait to try this when the full version releases and I’d advise any horror or survival addict to pick this title up also. Keep em’ comin Darrel!
This game was previewed on PC (via Steam). All of the opinions and insights here are subject to that version. Game provided by the publisher.Want to keep up to date with the latest Xt reviews, Xt opinions and Xt content? Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.