the childs sight xbox

Promising the most simple of controls, free roaming arenas and plenty of unlockable options, The Childs Sight launches on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, giving gamers the chance to fully see beyond the unknown. 

Coming from the team at Forever Entertainment – they previously behind Tiny Hands Adventure and Goetia – The Childs Sight on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S will thrust you into a tale of horror, as you attempt to understand what is going on around you, with further exploration unveiling even more memories. 

Priced at a mere £4.19, The Childs Sight is not going to break any bank in terms of cash outlay, but it may still be worth checking out, particularly should you be in the market for a new thriller that attempts new ideas. 

Our full review will be coming your way in the days ahead so keep an eye out for it – if it only manages to do one thing and confirm that low asking price makes this a worthy shot, it would have done its job. 

To get access to The Childs Sight on Xbox – either on Xbox One where you’ll find it native, or through the power of Xbox Series X|S – you’ll just need to pop over to the Xbox Store and nab it. Let us know in the comments if you decide to pick this up. 

Game Description:

Slowly unraveling the story of what happened to you, while lying in the crib unaware and innocent. With every minute as you explore you will remember more. Horrors will become real and clear. Was it just fear of the unknown that haunts you or is it more? Something’s may remain faded but one story sticks with you to this very day. The souls with missing eyes cannot see It waits in the dark for you or me The child’s eyes are innocent and pure With its smile it will try to lure But don’t go near for it is made with sin It looks for newborns or next of kin

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