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Subtle, spooky and full of sausages – Little Nightmares is the creepiest game we’ve played all year

Welcome to a weird world of horror. Hope you’re not hungry. “It felt like a really nice thing to create nightmares and drop this kid in the middle of them. It’s really nice to not just make pure horror and not just make a pure, twee platformer” – Dave Merkiv, Tarsier Studios It’s taken me […]
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