Her Story Crack/Patch

Her Story Her Story is the new game from Sam Barlow, creator of Silent Hill: Shattered Memories and Aisle. A crime fiction game with non-linear storytelling, Her Story revolves around a police database full of live action video footage. It stars Viva Seifert, actress and one half of the band Joe Gideon and the Shark.

Download Her Story Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 88 / 100
User rating
6.1
Downloads 3418
Genre Adventure, Visual Novel
Company / Developer
Sam Barlow / Sam Barlow

Her Story reviews ( 7 )

bigdannyb, Jun 24, 2015

Don't care if this fits into peoples definitions of a game it is an entirely irrelevant point - play it if you want and the huge majority that do seem to enjoy it. I play games to be entertained and this engaged me and entertained me more than anything I've picked up in years. Real craft and artistry pushes boundaries and does things others haven't tried before and this does that so very wonderfully, it genuinely is something unique and that is so very rare in this world.

Antimon13, Jun 5, 2016

This is a game like no other. It has been a long time since I played a game through without being able to stop. Also like no other movie, novel, graphic novel or of course game in a long time, I was staring at the end screen for what felt like hours. Of course you need to leave behind, what you learned in the last years about graphics, effects and what not and approach it like a completely new experience. It's hard to call it a game, or a novel either. It shows instead what depth in any media can be like, if you are willing to open your mind.

PictoPirate, Aug 15, 2017

An engrossing experience from start to finish Her Story is a game like nothing you've ever played before. Fantastically acted and written once you sit in the detectives chair you won't be able to leave until you've solved the mystery.

Rem, Dec 30, 2016

Her Story breaks the conventional barrier with how unconventional it is. It subverts your expectations of what constitutes a game and might infuriate you, but it is well crafted and commits to its purpose of letting you uncover its story. Going into it, I had initial expectations of playing detective and piecing together evidence, which is true to an extent. However this small title achieves this by simple watching of short clips as short as a few seconds to a little over a minute. The only "actress" plays a woman being interviewed regarding her husband's death. It's easy to assume who the culprit is, but the meat and backbone of this story rests on the believability of the character and the details that surround the story. It's as simple as typing in keywords you observe and watching the clips that correspond, but it was very interesting and learning most of her motives by the end is a challenge. It's not chronological, but it's designed in a way that it tailors your interest until you pull the curtains and reach a poignant conclusion only described in text. Her Story isn't exactly astounding, the actress isn't always spot on in her delivery and because of the total reliance on her performance, it hurts some key story "clips". It's not exactly fun either and can be frustrating when you become stumped at conjuring words to obtain more clips. Some of the clips drag on, and others are insanely short and irrelevant (even to the smaller details that matter) it boggles me as to why they were included. It's definitely under fire by the community for not being a game and this backlash isn't totally unfounded, there isn't anything that resembles game mechanics aside from an othello clone you'll play for one achievement, but Her Story is an engaging experiment that succeeds in what it set out to do. We need more games like Her Story not for the sake of telling a story, but for how it conveys its story to its players, trusting them to piece it together.

reviewoftheyear, Aug 13, 2015

If you love to feel like Sherlock Holmes, you may like this game. Ok, it's maybe not a 'game', more of an interactive story perhaps, but if you want something different then this could be what you're after. I loved it, but it did leave me wanting more content, and some other interaction rather than just 'search for video - watch video - repeat'.

mtRoom, Aug 8, 2015

The acting is horrendous. Hard to take the story seriously, unfortunately. I like the approach to the game concept but given that the videos of the girl is the base of the entire story, I can't play it. It feels like I'm back in first-year drama class at high school

theirrelephants, Sep 6, 2016

Why isn't this in the movie section? This is NOT a video game. I'm not joking. Look it up on youtube if you don't believe me. This is a movie where you are rarely forced to click your mouse sometimes. Interactive movies are not video games, regardless of what some people who like final fantasy might tell you.