It is necessary to believe that Daymare 1998 will have achieved its success. A rather lukewarm tribute to the survival horrors of the 90s, if the critics are to be believed, he knew how to brave his mixed reputation to build his small community. It was enough for the developers of Invader Studios to work on a prequel, Daymare: Sandcastle from 1994, where we will play Special Agent Dalila Reyes. At the behest of the HADES organization, she will sink into a top-secret laboratory filled with creatures that are less than jovial, verging on mean, even downright creepy. For protection, an experimental weapon called Frost Grip, ready to spit liquid nitrogen and cool down the bad guys. A good dose of riddles and puzzles crowns the whole.
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“This second chapter in the Daymare saga embodies Invader Studios’ commitment to providing players with a gaming experience that is as immersive as it is terrifying. We have invested significant resources and used the most advanced technologies available to create a game that, although inspired by the great hits of the “golden age” of the 90s, also presents a modern and innovative proposal to fans of horror games, says Alessandro de Bianchi, game director to the project. To declare yourself the heir to Resident Evil 2 and competitor to Resident Evil Village, have no fear. You have until February 28 to complete the promises of Daymare: Sandcastle from 1994 with the Steam demo. See you in May 2023 for the final report on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, Xbox One and PC.