Why You Should Play: ‘Little Hope’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Review by Josh Adams

We are firmly into fall, my favorite time of the year. Cold winds are blowing dead colorful leaves all over the ground the days are getting shorter. It’s also the time of year when many of us are reminded how much fun horror games are. I’m Josh with ScreenHub Entertainment and this is Why You Should Play: Little Hope.

Video by Josh Adams

The Dark Pictures: ‘Little Hope’ Review

The Dark Pictures anthology recently released its third game House Of Ashes, but for this video, I want to focus on my favorite entry so far in the series Little Hope. The Dark Pictures anthology is developed by British studio Supermassive Games, known for their PS4 hit Until Dawn they specialize in cinematic thrilling adventure games. 

Little Hope is heavily influenced by the Salem witch trials. Your party gets stuck in the small abandoned town of Little Hope after a bus crash. With the driver disappearing and a strange mysterious fog keeping you from leaving, you must Venture through the town learning the history of its part in the witch trials and facing horrors you can’t explain. It’s the best time of year to dive into some horror games. The Dark Pictures games are all priced at $29.99 so if you’re looking for a good horror game that is easy on the wallet, give Little Hope a shot.

The Dark Pictures: ‘Little Hope’ Trailer

Plot Summary: Abandoned and all alone, 4 college students and their teacher become stranded in an isolated town miles from anywhere after their bus crashes in bad weather. Trapped by a mysterious fog in the town of Little Hope, they search desperately for a means of escape whilst visions from the past haunt them from the shadows.

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