The Suicide of Rachel Foster Crack + License Key (Updated)

The Suicide of Rachel Foster Coming back to the family hotel after years, a young woman finds herself trapped with the ghosts from her past and an old cellular telephone as the only way to unveil a terrible truth.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 64 / 100
User rating
7.6
Downloads 78
Genre Adventure, 3D, First-Person
Players No Online Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Daedalic Entertainment / 101%, ONEOONE GAMES
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The Suicide of Rachel Foster reviews ( 5 )

ARGAMACK, Jun 22, 2020

Эта игра неплохая, даже хорошая. Идея так себе, но атмосфера очень мрачная. Понимаешь, что ты один в этом отеле, а потом понимаешь, что не один.

Saem, Feb 20, 2020

We really need more games likes this, and I'm really happy that some developers are taking it upon themselves to create videogames in order to express themselves rather than just videogames full of absurd features and banal gameplay. A true GEM!

Draugnimir, Feb 21, 2020

Let me ask you two questions. Do you like Firewatch? Do you like What Remains of Edith Finch? If you replied 'yes' to both - then you should be buying/installing/playing The Suicide of Rachel Foster in this very moment. Oh, you still here? Want to know more? Okay... TSoRF combines various things we love from aforementioned games. For starters, there is a big empty house to explore (actually a hotel, but it was home to the protagonist), and it's wonderfully designed. You'll have this particular feel of nostalgia while exploring it, thanks to exemplary use of music/sounds and requisites from '90s, among other things. Moreover, the environment has astounding amount of details in service of telling a personal story of a family torn apart by tragedy. With a blizzard raging outside, it can be scary to explore the vast building in mountains on your own, especially when power is going off and you are left in the dark. Mysterious sounds of wind, walls or floors also play major role in giving you the chills. However, the game is no horror and there is nothing supernatural in it. Fortunately, you are not entirely alone in this adventure. There is a friendly voice on the cellphone, guiding you through the hotel cut off by snowstorm and soothing Nicole's loneliness (and your anxiety). He gives you advice and lets the protagonist express her feelings. With stellar voice-acting, well written (and interactive) dialogues and charismatic characters, evolving relation between Nicole and Irving is no less interesting than the one of Henry and Delilah from Firewatch. And that means a lot. All in all, however, TSoFR is far from greatness of What Remains of Edith Finch. Repetitive walking around the same places in the hotel can be boring (particularly when it is unclear what you should do next in this 'open world' to push the story further and the plot's pacing gets ruined, especially considering Nicole's moving soooo slowly), also characters sometimes talk too much. And there are some minor technical problems here and there, with poor optimization on top of them. Anyway, to sum it all up, The Suicide of Rachel Foster is a solid adventure game and a brilliant thriller. I strongly recommend it, especially if you like titles that are not afraid of picking up on difficult subjects and use them with care, to enrich and deepen the story. TSoRF is a strong competitor in this territory, and this reason alone should be more than enough to play this game.

Sjalka, Feb 23, 2020

Nice story and great sound. It is a very tranquil investigative story with slight scare effects. It felt like gone home or maybe rather even Ethan Carter. What i did not like .. at all .. was the mouse sensitivity that seems awefully smoothed to a level that it feels like moving through molasses. This kind of ruined it for me.

LeahDougherty, Mar 31, 2020

Going to be blunt and explain why I will never score this game higher than a 3. Romanticizes pedophilia of a disabled girl. Let me repeat that: *Romanticizes pedophilia for a disabled girl.* Pretty game, intriguing story from the start. Then it starts painting the *pedophile* as a tragic romantic and blatantly ignores how utterly gross and wrong his actions were. It is physically nauseating to finish playing through because of it. Everything about the game was great up until MC's companion starts cooing about how it was a "simple love." No. It was a married man who took advantage of his disabled student and impregnated her.