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One night, eight teenagers, a remote mountain on the anniversary of their friend’s mysterious death ... The power’s out, there’s no phone reception and you’re trying to get the blonde cheerleader to notice you. What could possibly go wrong?

Key Features
- A thrilling adventure, exclusively for PlayStation Move, featuring accessible and intuitive motion control gameplay, with one-to-one mapping making your character’s hand feel like your own
- Use your motion controller as a torch to light the shadows, tune radios, fire shotguns, solve puzzles and more
- Face your fears alone or take a cue from the on-screen cast, and pass your motion controller torch over to a friend
- Play as 7 different characters throughout the story, watching their relationships evolve over the course of the game
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