A throwback to old-school horror titles, White Night is a black and white game set in the jazz fueled great recession era of American history. This is merely the backdrop for a story about loss, family and tragedy. But mind the ghosts that want to tear your face off.
Take the smooth jazz music that permeates White Night, add in the black and white color palette and a compelling, if somewhat stock, story to create a highly enjoyable experience. Any issues it has are far too minor to allow it to completely ruin an otherwise awesome game that really harkens back to games like Alone in the Dark. It’s rare for any game to leave me completely intimidated but it happened more than once with White Night which means more than any hyperbole ever will. Read More.