If you’ve been asking yourself where the live-action movie video games have been recently, you needn’t worry yourself anymore. Since the disbanding of Telltale Games, it would have been hard to come across something so narratively driven and choice heavy, but Double Switch 25th Anniversary Edition for the PlayStation 4 might just satiate your hunger for making choices in video games, albeit ones saturated in 90s flare. What’s it about? Read the game’s description, below:
There is a killer in the Edward Arms, a mysterious mansion. Eddie Edwards (Corey Haim), the owner of the building, needs your help to solve the mystery using a system of traps and security cameras to protect the tenants and discover the secret of the Edward Arms.
As well as starring the late Corey Haim, you can also find the late R. Lee Ermey making an appearance within the game, forgoing his usual scary militaristic demeanor for one that’s more mischievous and sinister.
Upon first glance, there may be an understandable reluctance to spend money on something that came out 25 years ago on the Sega Genesis, but there’s a piece of history here that might just be worth owning, especially for those that are feeling nostalgic for the 90s.
What do you guys think of Double Switch: 25th Anniversary Edition, releasing on December 11, 2018? Worth a try? Let us know in the comments.