Visage received a pretty warm welcome when it was released but we've only had a chance to give the game a try recently. To be honest, our very first contact was probably not the best as we found its introduction unnecessary disturbing and shocking, but we started playing and we understood why people enjoyed the spooky ride. It's clearly reminiscent of P.T, the demo teasing the sadly cancelled Silent Hills, but it gives you a bit more freedom as you can play the different chapters in the order you wish, each of them focusing on one particular family. Exploration is key, with random paranormal activity that can get in your way and the obligation to stay in the light as much as possible to preserve the main character's sanity. Not everyone will like the fact that you need to find exactly what to do to trigger the next script and unfold the story, but it means it's more than a mere walking-simulator where you just have to move forward. Backtracking might also be a problem to some, but if you're looking for an atmospheric and very spooky game, you should give it a try. If you're still unsure, why don't you check our lengthy gameplay videos?
Note: The first 3 minutes or so of the first video are to be skipped if you're the sensitive type.