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Outlast 2 Free Download Unfitgirl Not for the faint of heart, Outlast 2’s relentless scares, unforgiving monsters, and provocative meditations on faith are an anxiety-inducing but cathartic horror experience. While it suffers from a couple of pacing problems and some finicky navigation issues, its careful – and sadistic – manipulation of my fight-or-flight reflex had me experiencing an overwhelming sense of dread throughout, which abated only once the credits were rolling. The ending, however, stayed with me for days. Outlast 2 benefits from ditching the somewhat tired mental asylum setting of the original and travelling the less-trodden road of the Sonoran Desert, where protagonist Blake Langermann is searching for his wife Lynn after crash landing in the cult-ridden Supai region during an investigative journalism assignment. Outlast 2 is deep South horror, but without the trappings of domesticity we saw in Resident Evil 7; Supai is untamed cornfields, dilapidated shacks, and – go figure – gory remnants of unspeakable religious rites. It’s a lot more open than the original, which adds to an authentic horror experience. With multiple labyrinthian structures and outdoor environments like tall grass and rivers to hide in, it’s easier to simply run from enemies, but it’s also harder to see them coming. I felt constantly disorientated while blindly running to a half-glimpsed place of safety, and while this might look like bad game design on paper, it’s effective in practice when the goal is to create a sense of desperation. Unfitgirl.COM SEXY GAMES

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Developer Red Barrels has created a world where linearity exists but is deceptive, where each escape feels skin-of-your-teeth frantic thanks to smart world building. Much of this comes down to Outlast 2’s use of lighting. You’re armed only with your camcorder’s battery-reliant night vision mode to make your way through the omnipresent darkness, and because you spend most of your time being chased at a clip you have to rely on the most basic of visual signals to stay on the right path. Here, fires, dim lamp-posts, and flickering fluorescent bulbs mark the way, but never obviously enough to dim your panic. Overall, traditional video game elements in Outlast 2 have been kept to a minimum, which kindles the minute-to-minute sense that you’re surviving by your own scared wits with little to help you along the way. Bloody handprints indicate that someone has crawled up a ledge before you, for example, but you have to look hard to spot them. Batteries for your camera – Outlast 2’s most vital resource – are few and far enough between to be believable, but not to a crippling extent, as I was only without a handful of times. Mostly I just feared running out. Even Outlast 2’s occasional puzzles, the most traditional staple in the survival horror genre, feel vital to your progress rather than busywork to keep you occupied. Turning off electricity and finding rope to access an out-of-reach area are not unfamiliar objectives, but there’s euphoria to be found in small conquests that inch you forward in the face of dozens of angry cultists.

The Evil Within

The only real aspect of Outlast 2 that breaks the illusion of authenticity is Blake’s limited maneuverability. While making him move like an all-star athlete would go against the limitations that tend to define the survival horror genre, it’s frustrating how context-sensitive and inconsistent his movements are. Although he can jump across wide gaps if they’re there to be jumped across, he can’t leap over small objects on the ground, and while he can clamber over some waist-high obstacles, he can’t climb over others of similar height. Couple these limitations with your own frantic panic, and you’ve got a recipe for instant death when you run toward an obstacle that appears surmountable but isn’t. And you will very likely die in the 13-odd hours of Outlast 2, as I did multiple times. Like the original, you are completely (and let’s face it, inexplicably) unable to defend yourself, so fleeing or hiding from enemies are your only options. The garden-variety enemy – a mix of deranged and deformed religious cultists and “heathens” – are dangerous, but you can take a few knocks from them before you die and not all will attack if you keep a respectable distance. Among these, however, are a handful of creatures who pursue you relentlessly and kill you much faster – think the Xenomorph in 2015’s Alien: Isolation. These monsters – and one utterly terrifying human(?) woman – are faster and smarter than the aforementioned rabble, so while you can evade them for a while by hiding, they have a curious tendency of digging you out of your hole. Spider-Man: Web of Shadows

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These enemies make for Outlast 2’s most frustrating moments, as your encounters with them tend to have instant-win and fail states, and therefore encourage dogged trial and error rather than on-your-feet thinking. Take the time I was being chased through an empty school by a creature with a lacerating tongue, for example: there was only one way to escape, but as it wasn’t immediately obvious to me, I died over and over again (complete with one tongue-through-the-crotch impalement) until the horror of the moment had entirely dissipated, and I was too annoyed by the creature to be afraid of it. On the other hand, they also make for Outlast 2’s most frightening moments, as Red Barrels has built wonderfully creative scenarios around them to maximise their impact. Being pursued by the tongue creature in the dark in a labyrinthian library comes to mind, or slowly inching a cart forward that will allow you to climb over a wall to escape the Tall Woman while she gurgles her malicious prayers at your heels. These are some of the most terrifying moments I’ve experienced in a horror video game, ever. Throughout all of it, Red Barrels has explored giddy themes of struggling with one’s faith and the extremities of belief to varying degrees of impact. Outlast 2 jumps semi-regularly from the present to the past, where we revisit the heavily Catholic school of Blake’s childhood.

Mind Games

These more quiet sections start off as welcome reprieves from the mayhem of the present day, but gradually take on a far more sinister turn as the events of the past begin to unravel themselves. Some of Outlast 2’s most effective – and at times, touching – moments occur in the fluorescent-flickered corridors of Blake’s school. However, there are simply too many of them with too much repetition, and during the middle of the story, they drag down the pace significantly. More, to understand the deepest nuance of these sequences, you must record certain vistas and objects around the world and then play them back complete with Blake’s commentary to gain an insight into his head. Considering how horrific the world is, the impetus to voluntarily explore more of it is low. Still, the messaging in Outlast 2 is broadly effective, and I applaud Red Barrels for tackling such ambitious subject matter. Its bold ending, in particular, will inevitably divide players’ opinions; as for me, I thought it was a tour-de-force that made me laugh in disbelief. A field of corn stretches out in front of us. We have to go through this. Just a little more. We have no idea where to go, so we hesitantly follow the light of the moon. Confused religious drivel sounds to our ears through our headset. We hold the camera with trembling hands. We’re being hunted. Suddenly, a flashlight beam hits us, followed by frantic shouts. Blinded by panic, we dash through the field, away from the light that keeps touching us. Spintires

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Then we stop abruptly: Damn it, a fence! Cursing, we turn around … if only we knew where to go! A hand grabs us from behind. We drive around. A moment later we have a pickaxe in the face. Dead. We wake up. A field of corn stretches out in front of us.  Isn’t that fantastic? At least at first glance and from the point of view of a horror fan. Outlast 2 actually does everything right. Sometimes it lets us experience sheer panic in a wild chase, sometimes agonizingly long minutes without anything happening create tension. Because something does happen, but only in our heads. Outlast 2 deliberately plays with our fears , manipulating us and using them against us. But it is precisely this seemingly perfect horror formula that becomes the biggest problem as the game progresses. Because every horror, no matter how shocking, loses its effect as soon as it becomes a habit. Outlast 2 starts out so promising. As in the predecessor, we quickly find ourselves in a tricky situation from which there seems to be no escape. Instead of going to a spooky asylum, this time we’re drawn to the Arizona desert . A pregnant woman is said to have hanged herself here and we, as journalist Blake, want to find out together with our wife as part of a documentary whether she was actually murdered. Equipped with the typical Outlast camcorder, we set off in a helicopter and a little later we were blown away, in the truest sense of the word.

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When we wake up at the helicopter wreck, there is no trace of Blake’s wife Lynn. The pilot is eliminated as a help, he hangs skinned on a pole. That can be fun! Blake isn’t the only one whose nerves are now samba dancing. We too get a queasy feeling when we hold the camera on the pilot’s corpse and wait until the red circle slowly fills up. Only when we have filmed long enough can we watch the video again with comments in the database. Outlast 2 uses the camera mechanics more cleverly than its predecessor, because we really feel like a reporter who basically has no choice but to document the horror in detail . In addition, there are night vision and sound recordings that later make it easier to find our way in the dark. However, Outlast is a game in which we are not at all sure whether we even want to see and know more: while sneaking through a gloomy village in search of our wife, we find animal carcasses, human corpses, mutilated dolls and blood – with With every step through this chamber of horrors we feel the tension increase. Crunching, flickering lights, revealing shadows, everything around us makes us nervous . We’re just waiting for something to happen at any second and we almost pee our pants in the process. One of the elements that made the first Outlast game so creepy was how the patients in the asylum had different characteristics – you weren’t sure who was going to attack you and who was going to unnerve you with their piercing gaze. Sprocket

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Outlast 2 follows along the same lines, but with added creepiness and tension. The idea of being a lone person trapped inside the world of a twisted cult is extremely unnerving, with the Children of the Corn vibe you get from some of the cult members being especially chilling. The way they stare at Blake before vanishing into the crops is bone-chilling and puts you on edge. A notable difference I can find between Outlast and Outlast 2 is that in the latter you feel like you’re constantly being watched. It’s an oppressive and omnipresent feeling because of how open and isolated the game is. Most of the game is in relative darkness, illuminated merely by your night-vision camera, occasional lighting, or the spectral glare of the moon in the night sky. It literally feels like enemies will jump out of any direction at any point. The camera Blake uses has had a major revamp in Outlast 2, with the view through it looking much sharper. There’s also a cool little feature where you now have to capture certain events for your records. In the first game, anything you glanced at with the camera was saved to your files, but now you’ll have to focus on a particular point for a select period of time in order to record the footage. Upon playing the footage back, you’ll hear Blake talking about it, which is a nice way to add a human touch by hearing his thoughts.

You can even hear nearby enemies through the in-built microphone on the camera. It’s really freaky when you aren’t sure what direction the noise is coming from, heightening your sense of fear. A nice extra touch is that Blake holds his batteries in the left side of his jacket pocket, and bandages in the right pocket. Everything feels that bit more intuitive and well polished. As with its predecessor, the soundtrack is absolutely incredible. It’s spooky when it needs to be, but the way it can transition so quickly to make the player feel terrified is a work of art in itself. The pick up in the tempo and pitch when being chased adds to the sense of sheer heart-pounding panic. Red Barrels could release a CD of all their soundtracks and I’d be in. It’s like they want you to feel every ounce of emotion, and they sure know how to do it. The graphics in Outlast 2 have also been vastly updated. All the way from Blake to the environments and enemies you encounter, the game feels even more polished than its predecessor. The use of lighting, and what that lighting illuminates has been mastered to near perfection. One small gripe is that some of NPCs are a bit similar to the last game, in terms of their gait and some of their mannerisms. Some lack diversity, but there are plenty who are frightening enough on their own merit. There were also a few graphical issues, where enemies would occasionally phase into one another. Regardless of that, you should be too terrified to really notice anyway!

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Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows Vista / 7 / 8 / 10, 64-bits
Processor: Intel Core i3-530
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: 1GB VRAM, NVIDIA Geforce GTX 260 / ATI Radeon HD 4870
DirectX: Version 10
Storage: 30 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
Additional Notes: Targetting 720p @ 30 fps

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows Vista / 7 / 8 / 10, 64-bits
Processor: Intel Core i5
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: 1.5GB VRAM, NVIDIA Geforce GTX 660 / ATI Radeon HD 7850
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 30 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
Additional Notes: Targetting 1080p @ 60 fps

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