A soundtrack that wouldn't be out of place in any 1980s horror flick, and superb atmospheric effects. Wonderful.
Supremely polished and cinematic, The Quarry looks terrific. Every member of the game's cast has been lovingly rendered, and mo-capped performances are excellent.
While much of the game is spent watching passively, the QTEs, 'button burst' moments, choices, and exploration make for an engaging experience.
Single-player, co-op mode, Movie Mode, and a post-game chapter select offer plenty to do, while the range of accessibility options are more than welcome.
Trophies that demand discovering every collectible, attaining every outcome, and engineering certain moments. Multiple playthroughs are required, but this is a decent list overall.