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Review: The Ritual on Weylyn Island

Dev. by: zemaGamez
Platform: PC
Release Date: Dec. 4, 2015

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This horror game came out just last month and I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. The Ritual on Weylyn Island combines the idea of Slender: The Eight Pages with black magic rituals, creating a scary story of epic proportions.

What’s it about?
The Ritual on Weylyn Island follows Moira, a 22-year-old woman who travels to Blessed Island to help her remaining family members settle the death of their patriarch, her grandfather. When she arrives, however, the house is in ruins, with strange symbols on the walls in blood, and her family is nowhere to be found. Your goal is to find your twin sister, Rowena, and get off the island.

What did I think?
This game is absolutely terrifying. I would say it’s even worse than Slender: The Arrival and you all know how that game affected me. The mixture of a dread-inducing score, gut-wrenching graphics and horrifying whispers leaves you on the edge of your seat.

Instead of finding notes, you find tapes for a walkman you pick up in the beginning of the game. This is a nice change from finding notes in other horror games because you don’t have to read anything. You can continue to explore the area or meet your objective while the information you need is being told to you.

The story itself is interesting, too. It’s Moira’s goal to become close with her sister once more, but when Rowena is nowhere to be found, Moira has to brave the unknown to rescue her. Along the way, we get little snippets of what’s happening on the island with some jump scares peppered in.

Do I recommend it?
Oh, yes. If you liked being scared out of your wits, this is the game for you. The graphics are good, the story is interesting and the concept is very well done. You can find The Ritual on Weylyn Island on Steam.

Slender: The Arrival Review

Slender: The Arrival Review

I’ve always been terrified of the idea of Slenderman. I mean, he just shows up randomly, stalks you for years, driving you crazy, then kills you. That’s frightening!

When I heard of Slender: The Arrival, I vowed to never, ever in my life play it.

So, naturally, I’m playing it for you guys.

What’s it about?
Slender: The Arrival is a first person survival game based around the Slenderman mythos. In the game, you play as CR and you have to search for clues in regards to the disappearance of Kate, a friend from childhood. You wander around the forest looking for pages while trying to stay as far away from Slender as you possibly can.

It’s terrifying.

What did I think?
This game is amazing. The graphics are good and creepy, the music is anxiety-inducing and the subject matter is bone-chilling. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time.

The game developers really know how to make you scream. Every time my camera pulsed or I saw a glimpse of Slender’s hand, I about jumped out of my skin. The music doesn’t help at all. I was instinctively tense and even ended up being startled by floorboards creaking in my own house.

Do I recommend it?
So far, yes. Definitely. If you like having the piss scared out of you, definitely get this game. I will post more about it after I’ve played more of the game.

Keep an eye on our Twitch channel as well as on YouTube for future game play of Slender: The Arrival. In the meantime, watch me jump here:

-Vanri the Rogue