I’ve glimpsed bits and pieces of Anna, and from what I’ve seen it looks like a genuinely eerie game. It starts off outside an abandoned sawmill set in the gorgeous Italian countryside, but you’ll soon find out that inside that sawmill is nothing but pure horror. It’s unique, and it has a very distinct visual style that helps it stand apart from most other horror games. I’m a big fan of the soundtrack, which comes with the game, along with photos of the real-world sawmill that was used as inspiration for the game’s setting. More after the jump, including a haunting launch trailer.
Like any good survival horror game, Anna offers plenty of scares and mind-bending puzzles. There are also three different endings for those of you brave enough to go at it a few more times after your first playthrough. Check out the trailer below.
If this looks like your cup of tea and you own a PC (the Mac version is still on the way), I recommend dropping $9.99 to get yourself a copy.
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