Little Nightmares (formerly known as Hunger), reminds us of games like Inside and Limbo, which is a high compliment. You can read Jeff Cork's review to learn that it is a hugely compelling, and unnerving game that has no problem establishing its own identity, even when does it remind of Playdead's platformers.

Rather than dive deep into the game and ruin its late-game surprises, Jeff Cork and I played through the game's opening 17 minutes to offer a tease of what you can expect from the adventures of a little girl without shoes and a yellow raincoat.

For our very positive review of Little Nightmares, head here.