Little Nightmares Review Suggest It For Best Indie Game Of 2017

By Veena on April 25, 2017 Gaming News with No Comments


Little Nightmares reviews are surfacing days before the game officially launches. It will release on April 28, 2017, available for PC via Steam, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Help the little yellow hooded girl named Six escape from the nightmare of The Maw.

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The Maw is inhabited by souls that are corrupted that are searching for their next meal. Players must help her out of The Maw.

Little Nightmares is becoming very popular, basing on the cities reviews. It is a much talked about horror game that has gamers on the edge.

Curious as to what critics have to say about the game? Here’s a compilation of a few short comments from notable sites.

Also, an interactive demo of Little Nightmares is available via their site. So, if you want to test the game a little bit before purchasing, you can do that. A free Tengu Mask is also available when the game launches.

Little Nightmares Reviews





Score: 8.5/10

Impressive effort with a few noticeable problems holding it back. Won’t astound everyone, but is worth most people’s time and cash.

Hardcore Gamer

Score: 4/5

Little Nightmares has its flaws and iffy moments, but when it’s at its best, it creates a tense, nightmarish, action-packed world filled with surreal scenery that contains some classic puzzle design and a host of gleefully creepy characters to chase you all throughout it. It may not break any new ground in the small child/scary world sub-genre, but it still makes for one impressive entry into this world of dark games nonetheless, thanks to The Maw and the unique, twisted visuals it contains. It may be an absolutely horrifying feast that you witness at every turn, but it’s one that’s worth taking a bite out of.


No Score

Little Nightmares channels the fear of a toddler navigating a world it doesn’t yet fit: that period in life when the edge of a dining table is an impassable horizon, stairways are mountainsides, and turning a door handle requires the full weight of your body.

Rock, Paper, Shotgun

No Score

It’s precisely the kind of horror game I love – grotesque but not gross, and interested in thoughtful pacing and escalation rather than jumpscares and shocks. Also, linear though it is, there are some collectibles I’d like to hunt for and the whole game is short enough that I’ll happily play it again, or watch someone else playing.


Watch Short Videos of Little Nightmares Food Art Little Nightmares actually made some food videos that you will surely enjoy. Get to check them out here.