It could get away with being the child of a collaboration between Limbo creators Playdead and Henry Selick - but it isn't! Little Nightmares comes straight from the minds behind so many other imaginative games like LittleBigPlanet and Tearaway.
Once simply called 'Hunger', the old title likely didn't do much to give off that childlike wonder aspect the company's previous games dished out in droves. Now known a Little Nightmares, it handles itself much better.
Taking on the role of a little girl lost within The Maw, Little Nightmares aims to reinvigorate that over-active imagine we may have lost from our childhoods. Donning a brightly coloured raincoat, Six has to manuever her way around the eerie vessel where everything is far larger than herself.
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Coming April 28 across a range of platforms, this one doesn't have Sony wrapped around its feet. Coming from Bandai Namco instead, we're getting a fairly robust package with the 'Six Edition'. Inside, you'll earn a copy of the game, a 10cm statue of Six herself, the soundtrack, a poster, sticker board and a detailed 'Cage' box to keep it all in. Looking at the trailer, however, it may be locked to console-goers.
Hopefully we can expect some of the goods to make it over to the PC release, but with it being available digitally through Steam only at the minute, it might be tough. The soundtrack could be offered through Steam, but you might have to use other methods to get your hands on the Six statue.