In Sound Mind review | Tom’s Guide

In Sound Mind: Specs

Platforms: Switch, PC, Xbox Series X/S, Playstation 5
Price: $40
Release Date: September 8, 2021 / October 12, 2022 (Switch)
Genre: Horror

In Sound Mind sometimes feels like it’s having an identity crisis, much like its traumatized characters. The game doesn’t know what it wants to be, but attempts to accomplish a lot. But In Sound Mind isn’t all bad, and while it does some things poorly, it still does others very well indeed.

Around 10 minutes into In Sound Mind, the protagonist, Desmond, remarks: “As strange as this is, I’m equally as fascinated as I am scared.” His observation is apt, because In Sound Mind is certainly weird, featuring a melange of mechanics that either don’t work or aren’t needed. Yet the game is still interesting and unnerving, thanks to a considered storyline and a range of horrific elements that’ll get your spine tingling.  Read on for our full In Sound Mind review. 

In Sound Mind review: Gameplay

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