Well, I tried this out once when it first was released, and again the other day. each time, I was hoping it would be the kind of game to brag about. I mean, it looks cool and sounds like a great premise for a game, plus the first episode is free, so there really isnt any reason NOT to try it out. However, what I found both times was a lackluster game that left me disppointed.
Basically, you walk around a lot without much of anything going on. When you first start the game, you wake up face down in the dirt, disoriented and lost. You find a car running with nobody there. On the hood is a flashlight and your first clue that not all is right here. You also find a gas can that will be used later. After that, you actually enter the park itself, where you immediately see a shadowy figure through a flash of lightning, which then promptly disappears. You then begin the arduous task of searching the park in hope of finding out why you are there.
Sadly, from that moment on, the game is drudgery when you arent dying due to stupid physics (such as getting stuck on a rock, jumping off of it, only to have the game tell you that you committed suicide, lol (for which you get a cheevo)) or being killed by the no longer shadowy creature. Dying, as far as I got into the game, means restarting from the beginning.
The graphics are also not top tier. In fact, they bleed together a lot making things indistinct. This may have been intentional on the developers part, but it doesnt really work. Also, where there arent some lights or flashes of lightning from the storm poersisting in the game, it is dark as hell, and your flashlight is probably the crappiest one known to man. I took a couple screenshots that show the same scene with and without the flashlight. The difference isnt notable enough for the flashlight to be worth your time. better to just stumble through the dark without it since it doesnt really light much up anyway, and eventually will die on you as well, lol.
All told, I give this game a 3 out of 10. There is some promise there, but it fails badly. You will want to love the game, but most likely will delete it in disappointment.