this page is a temporary home to these reviews until a dedicated Gylt section page goes up.] Enter the new creation from Tequila Works, a journey where you face your worst fears and are confronted with the emotional impact of your actions. Set in a creepy and melancholic world, GYLT is an eerie story mixing fantasy and reality in a surrealist place where your nightmares become reality. Hide from terrible creatures or confront them as you find your way through the challenges of this wicked world.

GYLT is an adventure that, under the paradigm of a survival game, invites you to think about a real horror, the bullying. Its Tequila’s more mature game, both in the narrative as on the playable and technical sides, but it may feel like a short game and not a very challenging one. As Stadia’s first contact, it works like a charm.

Gylt is a love letter to survival horror as a genre, and we, as fans, enjoyed it a lot. It has some flaws, and it’s a survival horror meant to be “enjoyed” and not “suffered”. If you want a lighter approach to the genre, don’t miss it out.

Don’t believe the negative reviews here. This game is great. It runs great and looks amazing. If they’re having issues then they must be trying to play on a poor connection or not enough bandwidth.

I actually own a Stadia and actually use it, and I am very confident that the zero-ratings for Gylt you see here are from salty gamerz who don’t actually own a Stadia, but love talking utter twaddle.

Gylt looks fantastic and hits the exact right tone of being spooky but not oppressive. The atmospherics are fantastic and I found myself caring about Sally and really getting into solving puzzles for her. Best of all, it doesn’t use cheap jump-scares, which make most horror-based games unplayable for me.

Otherwise, I have been shocked by how dope the Stadia is. I have an Nvidia Shield, and the Stadia blows it out of the water—the controller is sooo much nicer.

Try setting up port-forwarding and prioritization on your router, and you should have no issues with the Stadia, assuming you have a decent network connection.

It is amazing to see the future happen in realtime. Stadia is only going to get better with new releases and software updates.

Gylt is a game that isn’t too good or too bad to be memorable, both in terms of gameplay and narrative. A simple and easy adventure that can entertain anyone for some hours but that doesn’t do anything relevant.

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