The Suicide of Rachel FosterThe Suicide of Rachel Foster
Coming back to the family hotel after years, a young woman finds herself trapped with the ghosts from her past and an old cellular telephone as the only way to unveil a terrible truth.
LEWIS & CLARK COUNTY, MONTANA, US
Ten years ago, teenager Nicole and her mother left the family hotel after discovering her father Leonard's affair with, and pregnancy of Rachel, a girl her own age who eventually committed suicide.
Now that both of her parents have passed, Nicole hopes to fulfill her mother’s last will to sell the hotel and make amends to Rachel's relatives. With the will and determination to put that chapter behind her, she returns to the hotel with the family’s lawyer to audit the decaying structure
As the weather unexpectedly turns for the worst,
Nicole has no way to leave the large mountain lodge, and finds support in Irving, a young FEMA agent, using one of the first radio telephones ever built.
With his help, Nicole starts to investigate a mystery far deeper than what people in the valley thought. A story of love and death, where melancholy and nostalgia melt into a thrilling ghost tale.
- Explore the vast and detailed hotel, unravelling dark secrets of the family's past
- Binaural audio for a truly immersive experience
- Intriguing, touching and mature storytelling
- Multi-layered narrative thriller, combining elements of mystery and horror
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- 34%Critics Recommend
- 68Top Critic Average
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God is a Geek
by Chris Hyde
8 / 10
“The Suicide of Rachel Foster tackles some tough issues but in a respectful way. Surrounding it is a mystery that will intrigue and surprise right to the end.”
8 / 10
“Anyone who likes walking simulators or solid mysteries will likely be satisfied with The Suicide of Rachel Foster. It's got a well-written story and is set in a convincing location. It's also very easy to blow through in a single evening in lieu of watching a similar movie.”
The Digital Fix
by Posted by Dan Goad
9 / 10
“The Suicide of the Rachel Foster is a masterpiece in atmospheric storytelling. The slow-paced unveiling of the truth is crafted meticulously, and whilst the ultimate ending is a little disappointing, that doesn't make the journey any less thrilling. The game knows exactly how to manipulate emotions and does so throughout. Equal parts intriguing, frightening, disturbing, and thrilling, The Suicide of Rachel Foster sets a new high-bar for the already strong first person exploration genre.”
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OS versionWindows 8.1 64bit or Windows 10 64bit
OS versionWindows 10 64-bit
CPUIntel Core i5-2500 / AMD Ryzen 3 2200G
CPUIntel Core i5-6400 / AMD FX-6300
GPU1 GB, GeForce GTX 660 / AMD Radeon RX 540
GPUGeForce GTX 1060 / Radeon RX 580
SoundCardDirectX 11 compatible sound card with latest drivers
Additional input deviceGamepad
Additional NotesRequires a 64-bit processor and operating system
- Audio: English
- Text: English, Russian, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), French, Italian, German, Spanish (Spain)
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