Thrill your way through the lush, forest-filled corridors of The Oldest House and you’ll admire the work of a developer who made her name. Once you’ve conquered the House, you’ll move on to the dangerous and brightly lit halls of Grounded. The game takes place in a derelict underpass, and you’ll be forced to navigate hazardous environments. You’ll have to make tough decisions, and there’s no right answer. You’ll have to reconcile with the loss of your partner, and the fact that you’re not going to be coming back for revenge feels terrible. You can choose to kill your partner and leave, or you can stay and witness the House being dismantled and the final, heartbreaking words from your partner’s lips. Your choices will determine whether you face the House or return for revenge, and the choice will determine whether you make the House a home or not. Above: The Oldest House is one of the hardest places to navigate in the game The darkness of The Oldest House makes it all the more terrifying that the light. You’ll have to rely on your flashlight to find your way through corridors and over rooftops, and many of the actual enemies will only be there to kill you. You’ll be forced to take cover and outwit the House’s most powerful creatures to survive. The enemies are no pushovers: they’ll relentlessly attack and ignore you even when you’re hiding. As you battle through The Oldest House’s corridors, you’ll have to fight back and forth, trying to decide which side of the House to take. One choice means the difference of lives. Above: You’ll be forced to fight back and forth, trying to decide which side to take All throughout The Oldest House, you’ll be forced to take cover and outwit the House’s most powerful creatures. The explosions will aim to obliterate you, but you can dodge them by changing your flashlights to night vision. Those same enemies will, however, attack you in waves, and you’ll have to take them down in order to escape. Don’t be surprised if you get a few good shots out of the gate, but don’t be surprised if you don’t. Above: As seen in the trailer, you can choose which direction to fight from. Do you fight in the narrow corridors or fight in the heightened spaces? Even when you’re cloaked, enemies will still find you. You might have to take cover behind tables to avoid their fire, and you might have to take shelter behind crates to avoid their fire, but there’s no escaping it. Every encounter will test your abilities, and the darkness will only get worse. The enemies will hunt you relentlessly, and you’ll have to keep moving in order to survive. It’s tough to change tactics, and it’s even tougher to change plans. The House’s abilities are locked into place, so you’ll quickly find yourself using the same ones you used last time. Above: The enemies will track you relentlessly, and you’ll have to fight back and forth, trying to decide which side to take The difficulty of The Oldest House’s enemies makes it all the more difficult. You’ll have to rely on your flashlight to find your way around and hack your way through them. Fighting back will help, but it won’t work. A few good shots will take out most of the House’s enemies, but it’ll be a long time before you reach the end. Above: You may need to hack your way through the House. Very difficult A few good shots will take out most of the House’s enemies, but it’s not a good idea to take them out first. They’re tougher to fight than the ones you face when you’re just standing off to the side of the building. They’re also more health-restoring than the ones you face when you’re just standing directly in front of them. As a result, it’s best to take the fight to the enemies as quickly as possible. This will make it harder for them to keep up, and it’ll also make them harder to fight and more difficult to deal with. Above: Eventually, you’ll be forced to take cover. It’s hard to change tactics when you face off against The Oldest House’s immensely powerful enemies.