The Prisoner of the Night Review | Gaming

There aren’t many games that take their inspiration from the written page. There is of course the Metro series which was based on a novel. Then there are The Witcher and S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series, but after that, it falls a bit short, although you could argue that the Bioshock worldview was based on the writings of Ann Rand’s quite right-wing ideals.

But The Prisoner of the Night is another; based on the short story A Prisioneira da Noite by Lima Arrais. It’s nice to see a game based on a literary world, but let’s see how it plays out.

In The Prisoner of the Night you play a young girl called Nartide. She lives happily with her family in a huge house, yet one night she ignores her mother’s advice and sleeps without her trusted blanket; it’s this which offers her protection. That evening the cold wind of the night – Cruviana – creeps into her bedroom and takes Nartide as her Prisoner of the…


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