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In Sound Mind Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET In Sound Mind covers the story of Desmond Wales, a psychiatrist trapped in an otherworldly version of the apartment complex housing his office. He is seeking answers in the cases of his previous patients, all of whom took a drastic turn for the worse. Transported to the scenes of their breakdowns, he re-explores what they went through, and along the way pieces together the common thread tying their tales together. What really struck me is the WAY the writing is presented. Horror stories, and especially psychological horror stories, tend to take themselves very seriously. They are cerebral matters of the mind delving deep into the harrowing depths of humanity, so of course everything must be high art couched in metaphor and seventeen different levels of allegory. “Not so,” says In Sound Mind, presenting with a story that’s not afraid to have fun with the idea. If we were to compare it to horror movies, this is less trying to win the Cannes Film Festival and more relishing in being a B-movie popcorn muncher. Your primary antagonist is a mysterious agent that enjoys calling you on random phones just to childishly tease you. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

In Sound Mind Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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So many times you’re given a jump scare and it is played for laughs. One extremely notable one has you going down a narrow passage to a door. It’s locked, because of course it is. You turn around and there’s a creepy mannequin standing right behind you, and naturally you jump. Creepy mannequins moving behind you worked in Nightmare House 2 and it certainly works here too. But… what’s that in his hand? A key for the door you need. You take it, unlock the door, grab what you need, and on the way out, the mannequin is on a bench giving you a thumbs up. This is but one example of the MANY times you’re given a scare and the game just laughs and says “Gotcha!” Of course, in the end this is still a horror game, and the humor is more slasher film camp than full blown comedy. Just as often the threat is real, to keep you on your toes, and it does dive into the trauma these patients experienced. On that note, I will say I definitely appreciate having the mentally ill portrayed as human individuals undergoing trauma, rather than the dehumanized portrayal we so often see in media. It’s not perfect – the resolution to each patient’s arc feels a little simplistic sometimes.

A new survival horror experience from the creators of the legendary Nightmare House 2.

I can’t exactly praise the game for not taking things too seriously and then criticize it for not taking things seriously now can I? It did well with the tone it was trying to set. I’ve played a huge number of first person horror games of vastly varying quality and they generally occupy one of two extreme positions: either spooky jump-scare puzzlers or full of high-octane gunplay. In Sound Mind breaks the mould here by offering a well measured balance of both of these styles. There is an enjoyable mix of environmental headscratchers and explosive combat to be found here, all wrapped up in some impressively polished presentation and a memorable soundtrack. In short, In Sound Mind is a really pleasant surprise after the likes of Those Who Remain and The Inner Friend. In Sound Mind starts off in very familiar territory as you find yourself trapped in a dark building with no idea of how you got there. So far so predictable, but things soon take a turn for the more interesting. Once you’ve got your bearings and solved the first few environmental puzzles, the narrative really picks up. GRAVITY CHASE

In Sound Mind Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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Fixing a broken elevator opens up the top floor of the building and reveals you to be a practicing therapist who must look into what has happened to his recent patients and find out how their plight is related to his own. There is a comforting gaming loop to be found here. You explore the main building, find a parallel version of each patient’s home, locate an audio tape of your therapy sessions and then enter their respective level through listening to this tape. This successfully makes the hub building feel like an evolving space rather than a static one and there is even a light Metroidvania feel to the whole affair. Many rooms and areas tease you from early on as you can see collectables that you won’t be able to get for a long while. Even more pleasingly is that there are often multiple approaches to some environmental dangers which opens up alternative ways of playing. In Sound Mind is a first-person psychological horror/action/adventure developed by We Create Stuff and published by Modus Games. The game is probably one of the most unusual horror games that I have played. It combines action and puzzle solving quite well and gives you tons of unexpected moments that can be scary or quite funny.

Experience a series of haunting memories.

Overall, it’s a very unique game and it’s easy to tell that the developers had a lot of fun making it. Players take on the role of Desmond Wales as he awakens in a strange building where he learns of victims that were exposed to an experimental chemical. It turns out that these victims were his former patients and he must find their tapes and listen to them then enter a world shaped by their mind. The world is constantly changing around Desmond and he must gain items to advance forward and find the truth behind this building he is trapped in. In Sound Mind is a great surprise of a game for me. At first it appeared like it was going to be a run-of-the-mill walking simulator, but it is so much more once it gets going. You start out in a building and must collect patient tapes then go to your upstairs office and play them to enter one of the main stages of the game. The stages are shaped based on the patient’s experiences. You’re basically playing through someone else’s head while learning their story. The game combines action, adventure and horror rather well. It is not fully any category of game and has a lot of variety to go through. STAR TREK PRODIGY: SUPERNOVA 

In Sound Mind Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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You’re constantly gaining new items in this game that change up the gameplay. For instance, in the first stage, you gain a mirror shard that allows you to see hidden items and objects in the environment while looking at the reflection in the mirror. The mirror shard is also your only way to melee attack the environment, which can destroy boards and other obstacles in the way. Much like a Zelda game, once you gain new items, the game will have you using them throughout the rest of the stages. Have you ever seen something out of the corner of your eye, but nothing was there? Maybe it’s always there and just barely out of sight, and no matter where you look, you swear that you still see it. Dread inching its way through your veins, slow but steady, until you finally break into a run. You are desperately trying to get away from the being. Today, we have a survival horror title that attempts to recreate that feeling in the We Create Stuff-developed In Sound Mind. Desmond Wales, a therapist, has been trapped in what appears to be his apartment building. Although something is wrong, he feels like he is being watched, and it isn’t long until he sees a mysterious entity that torments him.

Overcome a cast of terrors.

While exploring his surroundings, Desmond discovers that his patients’ homes are in his apartment building, existing in taped sessions between himself and a patient. Now he must dive into the tattered psyches of his former clients. All while attempting to figure out what they had in common, besides himself. The premise of In Sound Mind reveals itself gradually, only sharing enough through his recordings and hints about each person that Desmond treated. For example, Virginia, the first tape that players tackle, is littered with mirrors, exploring her personal trauma and eventual resolution. Each story is self-contained as each character had no interactions with the other, leading Desmond to question whether or not he is the cause. Even though the tapes seemingly have nothing to do with the other, each story pulled me in, and by the end, I felt connected to the characters and this supernatural world. Their issues are relatable while showing how unhinged they are, which is a hard line to walk without forcing exposition down players’ throats. Instead, expertly threading the victim’s account so that everything feels cohesive by the end and draws players in naturally.

However, there is a formula followed that’s easy to notice once the second recording has begun. This formula keeps the narrative structure that neatly bookends each story and rewards players with a definitive conclusion for each tale. I would have appreciated slight variations of the formula to differentiate the stories further. This is a minor complaint but adding that little extra variety helps to up engagement. Despite the formulaic format, I was enthralled by my time spent on every session. Similarly, the gameplay only introduces minor variations as players fumble through each session. For starters, combat needs to be avoided, as resources are scarce. However, by the time I obtained firearms, I rushed into the action, barely worrying about resources and obliterating every shadow that wandered in my direction. Even when I found myself running low on ammo, it didn’t deter me, as there was always a nearby pile of bullets that I had left behind just in case. Enemies only have three variations: a melee, a sniper, and a berzerker type, each only differentiated by their size and hit points. Headshots are the best way to dispatch foes so long as players keep cool and stay accurate.

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Accuracy rewards players by saving ammunition, and with so much being given, there isn’t a need to stealth by anything besides the bosses. I feel like this could have been balanced out by either reducing the amount of ammo found as the player’s accuracy goes up or have repercussions for using weapons. The boss encounters at the end of each stage is unique and challenging, which overcomes the shortcomings of the normal enemies. Each needs to be dispatched by exploiting their psychoses, using unique items you obtain earlier in the level. These encounters add plenty of thrills. Each time I faced one, I was forced to choose either to fight or avoid them altogether. Removing the average shadows and forcing you to interact with each entity more would have added more tension. This doesn’t mean that tension is in short supply, though. I frequently looked around, ensuring I wasn’t being followed by something that I swore I heard. Usually, I would be rewarded with nothing but empty air, but occasionally, the Spook that follows Desmond around would be there smiling at me. He doesn’t hurt the player, nor does he even scream. Instead, he only looks at you and then disappears. SUNDAY GOLD

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