AT A GLANCE
DEVELOPER Bloober Team
PUBLISHER Bloober Team SA
GENRE Horror, Thriller, Psychological
PLATFORM PC, Xbox Series X/S
Yes, the one guy at HardwareZone with zero appetite for horror games willingly signed up to review Bloober Team’s newest psychological horror title The Medium.
I think my brain blew a fuse or something when I said “ok”, and I will admit I was intrigued by the developers’ use of the whole “dual-reality” angle.
Fortunately, the game wasn’t as scary as I imagined it to be. I’m happy to inform you that this game doesn’t have jump scares, and to top that off, features a pretty decent narrative to boot.
In The Medium, you’ll step into the shoes of a young lady named Marianne, who is gifted (or cursed) with the ability to perceive spiritual entities and enter their world.
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