Are you still undecided on what to play during the All Hallow’s Eve? In that case, look no further than Remothered: Tormented Fathers on the Xbox One, PS4 or Nintendo Switch, particularly now it comes in physical form.
Inspired by the Clock Tower series, this horror title by Stormind Games puts you in the shoes of Rosemary Reed. She arrives at the house of Richard Felton to investigate the disappearance of his daughter, Celeste (named after a mountain).
Investigating further, Rosemary’s actions reveal more about mister Felton: way more than she ever bargained for. And to uncover the truth on Celeste’s whereabouts, she must now face unspeakable horrors residing within the house. Lacking a UI, Remothered: Tormented Fathers makes you rely on sound and visual cues to sneak around and evade pursuers.
Remothered: Tormented Fathers launched on January 30th 2018, on PC via Steam, followed by a release on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 later that year. Despite garnering slightly above average to decent reviews, the game managed to snag multiple awards from several reputable publications. Among them were awards for “Best Horror Game”, a “Game of the Year” award, and several awards complimenting the game’s soundtrack.
What’s so great about the soundtrack? We’re glad you asked. It was co-composed by Nobuko Toda, known for her work on Metal Gear Solid games, as well as being involved with Lollipop Chainsaw and Halo, among many other impressive credits to her name. That alone should be reason enough to give the game a go, right?
Until now, Remothered: Tormented Fathers was only available digitally. But today, thanks to a collaboration with SOEDESCO, the game is available on store shelves across Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo’s Switch. SOEDESCO is a Dutch publisher known for bringing indie titles to the masses in physical format. Some of which include renowned titles like Teslagrad, Among the Sleep and Owlboy.
Priced at just £24.99, Remothered: Tormented Fathers is a more than worthy addition to any horror fan’s video game collection and should you be after that physical edition, would do well to visit the likes of Amazon. For those who dread the thought of leaving home, the game is available on the Xbox Store under the same affordable price tag. Let us know if you’re excited for getting the game in a physical form and stay tuned for news pertaining to its sequel – Remothered: Broken Porcelain.