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True Fear: Forsaken Souls Collector's Edition

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(955.16 MB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

Warning: True Fear: Forsaken Souls is an intense psychological thriller intended for mature audiences.


What if everything you knew about your life, everything your family ever told you, turned out to be a lie? A strange midnight visitor could change your life forever... Find out the truth about your past in True Fear: Forsaken Souls, a chillingly exciting Hidden Object Puzzle game!

This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won't find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

The Collector's Edition includes:

  • Uncover more secrets in the bonus game
  • Downloadable soundtracks and screen-savers
  • Gorgeous wallpapers and concept art
  • Integrated strategy guide
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.2 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1703 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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True Fear: Forsaken Souls Collector's Edition 4.4 5 251 251
On the fence with this one perhaps.....i think? Am really unsure what i think of this game. All the pros were also all the cons..... I loved the scary factor with the game, however the visual appearance wasn't so much spooky as it was dingy. It almost seemed to be incomplete. The puzzles were easy to understand, but the adventure tasks were vague and at times confusing. The story really held my interest with wanting to know what had happened, but at the same time made no sense at all and was choppy. The strategy guide was less on the strategy, and more on the guide - a very brief guide at that. The game was a decent length, and the bonus followed on from it. For those that go for the SE version, I cant help but wonder if their story will be incomplete as to me the bonus chapter seemed an intricate part of the main story. But as it ends with opening a door rather than closing, i can only assume it is to be continued. I would recommend this game - provided the devs iron out a few glitches - especially if you are after sombre, dark and spooky in a slow paced game. If you like clear stories, bright pictures, puppies and unicorns then bypass it. And my recommendation would very strongly lean towards the CE version. March 17, 2014
Good on the "Scary" No doubt about the fear element for this game. Between the music and the cutscenes, this game did a good job of drawing you in expecting to be scared. Overall though I wasn't thrilled with the play of the game itself because it was a little boring to me. You collect figurines and earn some achievements. Seems like this type genre would have been better at least with morphing objects and a bit more to do. I only got to play the demo so maybe there's a lot more than meets the eye. Mini game that I played was alright and HOS were typical but good. Have to think about whether it would be a buy for me or not. March 1, 2014
Not afraid of True Fear! Unfortunately, this game uses dark screens and cartoon-like dead bodies, combined with a zombie-like creature who wanders through the scenes, to try and generate the "True Fear" of the title. You are Holly Stonehouse who has been contacted by your sister Heather Stonehouse ten years after your mother's death. It is not clear if you are to go back to your homestead or to Dark Falls Asylum - or if they are the same place. You have a dream about Dark Falls Asylum, but when you arrive, you find a decrepit rundown house that is dark and dirty, with a zombie creature walking through various scenes. The door is surrounded by voodoo dolls and protective amulets. Inside, you find various pictures of you and your sister, and even one of your family showing a person at the window of a second floor room that your mother always kept locked. It seems your sister was obsessed with books about paranormal events, rituals, and demons, which is why all the amulets in the house. The opening screen is quite bare. However, after the demo is over, the list of bonus materials shows up. The game is full of irritating items -- having to use the crowbar 4 times to remove 4 boards on the gate is annoying. Same with using the screwdriver 4 times to remove screws on several items. Occassionally, you don't have to, which makes the whole thing inconsistent as well. Your sister's doll Katie becomes your Hint button - with red eyes. You eventually uncover a teleporting map, which helps with the confusing layout of the house. The HOS are also confusing, with several items opening up into more complex items. But the HOS list helps with transparent, black and red items representing which items are visible to you at any time. The puzzles are simple, with a few "reassemble the drawing" types that are quite easy. For Bonus materials, there are figurines to find that tell part of the story in text form. Besides a strategy guide and bonus game, there are cut scenes, deleted scenes, making of, music, puzzles, HOS, and wallpaper. The achievements are standard, even a bit silly. There are three modes. You will need to try this yourself to see what you think. I don't think it is worth the CE title. March 1, 2014
Finally an adult exciting game This game was unlike a lot of the other with childish stories and immature graphics. I was a little sorry the game was so short, but I am waiting for the next one to come out. I really enjoyed this game and story line. March 4, 2014
I want to give it 5 stars, but... This game has so many things going for it. The story keeps you going (it is actually really scary and I've had to stop playing at night.) and the challenge level is just right. Unfortunately, it is not working well on my Mac. The graphics are slow and it skips. I have checked all my software for updates and made sure that nothing else is running, but it still has problems. I would give it a five, but the slowness of the graphics are driving me crazy. If I ever get the PC version I will review it. The fear factor in this is fantastic. I really enjoy the cut scenes as the add to the game play and make the experience more intense. April 1, 2014
Love this game ...but This game was great fun for a horror fan like myself. The puzzles are not too hard if you pay attention to the clues but...no one tells you anywhere that you won't solve the mystery behind what is going on until part 2 comes out in the fall of 2014. You heard it here. Even though, loving a good scare...I recomment this game. March 4, 2014
Creepy, Scary Make you jump Well I would have easily given this game 5 stars until the end of the game that left me with a cliff hanger. Total bummer there. So now I have to wait till fall 2014 and purchase a second game to find out the ending!! Really developers could you please not do that stuff! This game is good, the atmosphere is intense, the music just adds to the intensity. Some of the ho scenes are a little grainy but not so bad it affects the ability to find things. The game overall is not too difficult. There is a SG but I did not need to use it. The hint button is a creepy little red eyed doll that refills fairly quickly. There is a map as well. I did not experience any technical issues or problems. I played the entire game and yes for a CE is pretty short. Try it you may like it. For some of the more experienced gamers it may be too easy. March 4, 2014
Creepy! I enjoyed this game. It was creepy in certain ways, and fun, too. There were quite a few hidden object scenes (not a huge fan of too many HOS), but the storyline kept me interested (and playing!). The graphics were amazing! Looking forward to the sequel! 4 Big Fish out of 5! March 19, 2014
Leaves you wanting more I rarely ever review a game, but this one I just had to. The scare factor is definitely a 10 plus. I kept waiting for that creepy girl to put her hand on my back as I played. It is also not easy. Without the guide and hints, I don't think I would've finished it. The story line is good, the characters not annoying, and a lot of it is pure gameplay without a lot of cut scenes. However, it leaves you feeling a bit let down at the conclusion. I realize it is a trilogy, I just want to be able to have a complete game when I play. Having to wait until the fall of 2014 is quite the disappointment for an avid gamer. March 18, 2014
Great but frustrating! Please don't get me wrong this is a very atmospheric, suspensful, thriller type game. The game play is first person view with occasional glimpses via cut scenes, mirrors and windows etc of the person you are playing. The music is extremely well chosen and adds to the whole game playing experience. SLIGHT SPOILER ALERT: My only quibble with this (and I played the Collector's Edition# is that the main game finishes in what appears to be the middle of the story with no warning #or at least mine did), the bondus game play does progress the story and is very well planned/set out but again - just as you think you're finally getting somewhere it finishes. I only found out that this was the first of a trilogy by reading the notes in the Extras folder. Again a great game and wel worth buying/playing but be aware that there are 2 more instalments coming! March 17, 2014
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