Dedication is finally back, this time at GOG

Last year, the horror game of Devotion, after that look like works of art in the game is to ridicule the Xi Jinping Jintao of China has been found, it has been removed from Steam. Since the game was developed by Taiwanese developer Red Candle Games, this caused a great deal of controversy, and despite the anger that occurred primarily in mainland China, the game eventually withdrew from Steam in all regions. Well, for those who haven’t had a chance to play before, we’re finally back via GOG.

In a Twitter post, Red Candle Games shared that Devotion will be released on December 18th through GOG for $ 17. This is what the game first did on Steam. Red Candle didn’t mention the Steam version if they plan to bring the game back to that platform.

It’s not for the timid, but there are some really disturbing images on a short teaser trailer that includes dolls and flickering lights in the creepy corridor. Nothing bad happens in the creepy corridor.

Dedication was certainly compared to other first person horror games like Amnesia and PTs removed before steam removal, and in about 3 hours from start to finish, you’re huge to see if they’re there No need to invest time The comparison is accurate.

Prior to withdrawing from Steam last year, Devotion received very positive reviews from critics. In a GameSpot Devotion review, Richard Wakeling praised the apartment setting, story, and “modest psychological horror” and gave the game 9/10.

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