Man of Medan Friend’s Pass out now, Curator’s Cut free for everyone

Bandai Namco has revealed that the Friend’s Pass for The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan is now available allowing players to share a code with someone so they can play through the shared mode once in a trial version of the game. In addition, the Curator’s Cut, which was a pre-order bonus, is now free to download after one full playthrough has been completed. This content adds new perspectives to scenes as alternate characters are controlled which in turn unlocks a whole host of new scenes.

In our review Tuffcub had the following to say:

Mad of Medan looks and sounds gorgeous, but it’s spoiled by some technical issues and, depending on your choices, characters doing stupid things just so the plot can continue, both of which break the flow of what could have been a decent horror story. It’s an excellent night or two’s entertainment with a bunch of mates in a dark room and plenty of beer, though playing by yourself or online with a chum is an altogether more muted experience. This is a fair start to The Dark Pictures Anthology.

You can read the full Man of Medan review here. Supermassive Games explored 39 different horror sub-genres for The Dark Pictures Anthology. While there have been some nods to Until Dawn it was also stated that the events of The Dark Pictures Anthology do not occur in the same universe.

Source: Press Release

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