If you’re seeking proof that videogames are about way more than shooting people in the face, you could do a lot worse than check out Little Nightmares 2.
Despite only being between five and six hours long, it manages to be by turns scary, cute, inventive and thought-provoking, all the while providing plenty of distinctive and often challenging puzzles.
The first Little Nightmares game, released in 2017, put its developer Tarsier Studios firmly on the games industry map and garnered a number of awards.
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