Tormentum - Dark Sorrow (PC) review
"Macabre diet adventuring."
Tormentum - Dark Sorrow comes from a weird place. It advertises itself as a point and click adventure but shares more aesthetics with hidden object games, then it turns out to be both of the above whilst technically being neither. Itís a confusing state of affairs, all right. Let me try to untangle things with roundabout rambling. Itís the only way I know.
Set against a series of brilliantly gothic backdrops that have seemingly drawn inspiration from the likes of H.R Giger and Zdzisław Beksiński, Tormentum is a game presented against hand-painted horror. Such is the fate of your hooded protagonist who has (in a stroke of pure originality) suffered amnesia and finds himself trapped within a cage alongside a large armoured rat. Hanging from the fleshy underbelly of a bizarre zeppelin, heís ferried off to a jail cell to rot.
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