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Echo Night: Beyond

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Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Adventure
Developer: From Software
AKA: Echo Night Beyond (EU), Nebula: Echo Night (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
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07/27/2004
EU
08/26/2005
JP
01/21/2004
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Reader Reviews

Echo Night: Beyond review

Reviewed December 05, 2007

bloomer says: "Outside the mainstream there's a tradition of slow, simply made horror-adventure games whose gameplay has barely developed for a decade or more. These are the D's, the Notes, the Hellnights, the Echo Nights, etc. The raw stuff of Echo Night Beyond (ENB) is nothing that an original Playstation or something even older couldn't run, but this is a genre where atmosphere goes a long way, and ENB does generate a detailed, restrained outer space creepiness befitting the PS2's graphical capabilities. Th..."
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