Call of Cthulhu Review (PS4)

The first Call of Cthulhu game based on Chaosium's RPG board game is a narrative adventure that focuses on H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu mythos. Having already previewed the game early this month, I didn't have high expectations graphics-wise, but Cyanide's take on the Cthulhu universe did spark some interest.

In Call of Cthulhu you play as Edward Pierce, voiced by Anthony Howell (Johnathan Reid in Vampyr), a World War I veteran turned private detective who looks for his luck at the bottom of a bottle. It's pretty clear right from the start that Pierce's anxiety and disappointment in humanity can only be availed by something truly unusual.

The Hawkins case he accepts to investigate at the behest of Sarah Hawkins' father, a rich industrialist, sends Pierce to Darkwater Island off the coast of Boston. Going forward, Pierce will be faced with decisions that presumably influence his destiny and could potentially affect the ending.

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