The questions are missing from the clips, so all you get are the woman’s answers. It’s addictive to try and piece together the story she’s telling, especially since all the interviews seem so different. Take note of specific words she says, since they are leads to different clips with different pieces of the story.
For a full-motion video game, the acting is surprisingly good, especially compared to the hokey b-movie cheesefest of yesteryear’s live-action games. There’s even some appropriately ominous music in the background as you return to the database of clips, highlighting the eerie silence in the background of the interviews. I can’t say much else without spoiling the fun, so I suppose I’ll stop here!
The Dungeon Dame