Slender: The Arrival or better known to me as “Son, here you go I have washed your bed sheet, try to be more careful with your sodas on the bed though, okay?”
Anyways, so this is one tough bitch to get your head around, the arrival is the sequel to the equally freakish but somehow less frightening (the creators must have felt so) Slender: The Eight Pages.
Here in this one you take control of Lauren, the main protagonist who arrives at her friend’s home only to be caught in the supernatural madness that has slender man in it.
If you don’t know who slender man is…good, keep it that way, ignorance is bliss my friend!
So she has to escape after trying to find what happened to her friend which ultimately becomes pointless and also there are numerous endings in it too so Lauren escapes and dies both, I guess!
The gameplay is very simple and that is why it scares the shit out of you pretty often and quite frequently, so much so that you may want to take some break just to give your amygdale some time out!
All you have to do is run around with a torch in abandoned areas like forests and houses and defunct mines and whatnots, and try not to get caught by Slender Man.
As you will do it, you will come across a story which basically means nothing much because it’s all about holding your pants tight while playing this one!
Flashlight is supposed to act like some sort of weapon, like a gun or something and that too against Slender Man, which is like trying to revoke the heart of the internet using truth and honesty, Jesus what was going in the developers’ head at least they could have given the poor girl a flamethrower or something!
You are supposed to die at the end but meh, you can have a good run that offers free bed wetting scare for twenty years!
Now that is a bargain I would love to yell and run away from!
Developed by Blue Isle Studios and Parsec Productions and published by Blue Isle Studios and Midnight City (for consoles) for PC, OS X, PS3, PS4, Wii U, X360 and XOne. It was released in March 2013.
Slender: The Arrival comes with a bundle of goodies that will never leave your side, ever, the package contains, sweet-sweet nightmares, six different kinds of paranoia, two unknown kinds of schizophrenia and an indescribable love for flashlights!