Eurogamer’s Christian Donlan travels back to the 80s and shares his review of Bahnsen Knights, the third visual novel in a series inspired by mid-20th century pulp fiction and ‘80s home computer graphics from developer LCB Game Studio and publisher Chorus Worldwide

Bahnsen Knights will boot up on PC and Mac via Steam, PlayStation 5|4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on Thursday, Dec. 14.’

“Bahnsen Knights uses [long shots, masters, two-ers, and fidgety up-close portraiture] to spin a new tale: one of a cult, a religion based around roads and cars, run by a trashily charismatic man and finding its moment in a flat midwest landscape tormented by wild weather. The player is cast as a member of the cult who is also working for the government, trying to crack the whole organisation open for personal reasons that are revealed slowly throughout the game.”

“They draw me in, using great art and design and yet requiring my imagination too, but at the end I return to my side of the screen and I’m wonderfully, agonisingly shut out of everything again. Ultimately, by doing this, I think these games take me back to the first threshold, back to where my love of games began.”

Check out the full article here. For more information about Bahnsen Knights, join LCB Game Studio’s Discord, follow LCB Game Studio and Chorus Worldwide on social media, visit the Bahnsen Knights Steam page, and visit Chorus Worldwide’s website.