Game: The Last Door: Season 2
Platform: PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, Windows Phone
Genre: point-and-click adventure game
Style: heavy Lovecraft influences
Verdict: Highly Recommended
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*The PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch versions include both The Last Door: Season One and The Last Door: Season Two

The story of The Last Door concludes in Season 2, which is again split across four main episodes and a few side stories. Episodes include multiple locations this time, although each episode still feels fairly self-contained. In terms of gameplay and atmosphere, it mirrors its predecessor as another beautifully atmospheric point-and-click adventure game.

While the first season followed Jeremiah Devitt as he explored the mysteries of his past, Season 2 puts you in the shoes of his psychiatrist, Dr. Wakefield. Following his disappearance, Wakefield sets out to learn what happened to him and is drawn into the dark mysteries of The Last Door.

The episodes are a little longer this time, and some of the puzzles are more obscure, but the biggest change is in the style of story.

You see, if the first season is the setup, Season 2 is the conclusion. You get answers in the course of Wakefield’s investigation, instead of only questions. Don’t worry, though, there is still plenty of darkness, madness, horror, and ambiguity here.

Season 2 is a satisfying conclusion to the overall story of The Last Door. While it works better as the second half to a longer story than as a standalone game, if you enjoyed the first season of The Last Door, you’ll almost certainly enjoy The Last Door: Season 2 as well.

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