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Depuis quelques temps, Leafmore Highschool est devenu le théatre de disparitions inexpliquées. Dans ce survival horror, prenez le contrôle d'un groupe de 5 étudiants américains et tentez de découvrir, avec vos amis, ce qui se cache dans ce lycée en apparence tranquille. La nuit sera longue et survivre ne sera pas facile...
Date de parution: 6 avr 2005
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Extra content is available

18 mars 2014

We are glad to tell you that we have added free extra content. It will be downloaded automatically as if it was a game update.

It is located in game folder.
For example: [Steam Folder]\SteamApps\Common\Obscure\Deluxe Content, where [Steam Folder] is the directory of Steam on your hard drive.

You will find there:
- The Original Soundtrack.
- Artworks.
- Many more...

We hope you will enjoy this :)

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Patch 1.1 is available

18 mars 2014

This patch fixes the following issues:

- Problems when launching the game.
- Shadow issue when there is more than one character.
- Texture filtering issue.
- Enhancement of the game stability.

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“Obscure est bien cool !”
8.0 – Worthplaying

“Un des jeux d'horreur les plus innovants de 2005.”
7.6 – IGN

“Les développeurs ont repris les meilleures idées de Resident Evil, Alone in the dark, Project Zero et bien sûr Silent Hill. Ils ont aussi amenés tout un tas d'idées nouvelles.”
7.0 – Eurogamer

À propos du jeu

Depuis quelques temps, Leafmore Highschool est devenu le théatre de disparitions inexpliquées. Dans ce survival horror, prenez le contrôle d'un groupe de 5 étudiants américains et tentez de découvrir, avec vos amis, ce qui se cache dans ce lycée en apparence tranquille. La nuit sera longue et survivre ne sera pas facile...

Il y a quelques années, des choses étranges ont commencé à se produire à Leafmore, un lycée habituellement sans histoire. On dit que des étudiants ont entendu des cris horribles et qu'il y a eu des disparitions inexpliquées.
Poussés par la disparition d'un de leurs amis, un groupe d'étudiants décide d'enquêter sur ces événements inquiétants. Un soir, après les cours, ils se laissent enfermer dans l'école, bien déterminés à découvrir ce qu'il s'y trame.
En parcourant les longs couloirs et les salles de classe sombres, Shannon, Kenny, Ashley, Stan et Josh tenteront de découvrir pourquoi leur école est devenue un endroit aussi terrifiant... tout en essayant de survivre !

- Découvrez le jeu qui est devenu un classique dans le genre des survival horror.
- Chaque étudiant du groupe possède sa propre aptitude spéciale.
- Utilisez toute sorte d'armes : des battes de baseball, pistolets, fusils à pompe et bien plus encore.
- Résolvez des énigmes.
- Jouez seul ou à 2 en coopération sur le même écran.
- Une bande-son exceptionnelle composée par Olivier Derivière, compositeur maintes fois récompensé.
- Prise en charge de la manette de jeu Xbox 360.

Configuration requise

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Pentium III 1 GHz
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Carte 3D compatible DirectX 9.0C
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Carte son compatible DirectX 9.0c
    • Additional Notes: Le mode coopératif (2 joueurs) nécessite une manette de jeu.
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows Seven
    • Processor: Pentium IV 2 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Carte 3D compatible DirectX 9.0C
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Carte son compatible DirectX 9.0c
    • Additional Notes: Le mode coopératif (2 joueurs) nécessite une manette de jeu.
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I played Obscure back on the PS2 at its original release and remember being pleasently surprised. This game utilises "fixed camera angles" like the classic Resident Evil and Silent Hill games but mixes it up with a cheesy high school teen slasher flick story, and combining gameplay from both franchises. This survival horror has alot of the classic elements you would expect; variety of actual puzzles, limited supplies, dark and tense atmosphere, unique monster designs and since this is a co-op experience, reliability on your partner.

Speaking of partners each different character you can play as, and switch to at any time, have their own special abilities - so it is advisable to use different characters in the appropriate situation, I think this adds depth to the gameplay.

The story is cheesy, not serious, but there is a charm to it. It also features my favourite "game fetish" storyline in which everything is normal at first, but slowly devulges into the horror you came to expect, and you have to fight and learn the mystery behind how this all happened.

The combat is basic, there is auto-lock, power attacks and standard attacks, but that's all this game needs I feel. The good thing is that the controls are easy to learn and complexity is not needed here.

Unfortunately, for me, the music is quickly forgettable so don't expect some Akira Yamaoka level of quality here. That being said, what I hear fits what is happening, just that it isn't something you would listen to casually.

I recommend this game to fans of the classic RE and SH games, and looking for their fix on survival horror with some original concepts to it. However, this game was originially released back in 2005, so expect some outdated mechanics compared to modern horror.

Also, this PC port is a re-release of an older port but adds native widescreen support and full controller support, among general optimisations to work on modern Windows systems. The only bummer is that there is still no mouse support. I should also mention the game does indeed run at 60fps.
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Played this years back on PS2 and PC.

If you like survival horror games, you will like this one.

This reminds of those high school horror movies played out at as a 3rd person survival horror game.

The gameplay, action, suspense and camera movement is much like what you would find in games like Alone in the Dark, Resident Evil: Code Veronica, Silent Hill and Cold Fear, except in this game you play as several high school students, Stan, Kenny, Ashley, Shannon and Josh, that you can switch over to at any time and you will need to for teamwork to pass certain obstacles. The game feels good in that way because it brings extra life to the game rather than thinking you are playing as a lonely character. Each character has a special ability which will make progressing through the game easier if you don't let them get killed.

Stan by far is the best character. His personality is just too carefree and cool. :P

But if you want to have real fun, invite a friend over and grab an extra controller for 2 player Co-op playing out the story of the game. It is a lot of fun! You can even share items and weapons, passing them to each other when needed.

A couple of downsides are that the game hasn't been updated to support wide screen monitors, so you will have a 4:3 aspect ratio unless you lower the res to 1600x1200, 1280x1024, 1152x864 or lower to get a full screen without side borders. Also, use of a controller is highly recommended as the game really wasn't optimized for mouse and keyboard.

Obscure is a great game though and yet another surprise to appear on Steam. :)
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I used to play this all the time with my brother on the original Xbox back when it first released, and I won't lie, I bought this game purely for nostalgic reasons.

The game's plot is pretty weak overall, basically A group of high school students stay behind after school just to find that the whole place is full of these creepy monster things after dark. There's more to it than that, but that's the basic gist of things. Each of the high school students have their own special abilities, ranging from stronger attacks, the ability to sprint, and instant lock picking certain doors and lockers. If during the game you get one of the high school students killed, then they shall remain dead throughout the course of the game and the ending will change accordingly.

Combat is a little sluggish, you'll often find yourself mashing the attack/shoot button in the direction of your enemy until they fall down. There's not a whole lot of depth to it, but some enemies will require a little pre-thinking strategy before going against. Ammo is also scarce, so you can't use your guns on everything you see either. The weapon management in this game is very simple, yet effective. For example, shining your flashlight on a monster will weaken it, and if you manage to find some tape, you can tape your flashlight onto a gun so you can use them at the same time. You can get better flashlights than others so you have to be careful on what you want to use your tape on. Nothing ground breaking, but a nice touch of item management none the less. You can also find healing items that will restore lost health. Again, healing items are scarce, so don't go tanking too many hits with the same character. The game does have simple puzzles, but nothing that you need to spend too long thinking about.

Where this game really shines though, is in the coop mode. Sadly it's only local coop, but nearly the whole game can be played with a friend (besides the tutorial at the start). Item management between players is very self explanatory, and everything can be shared between players. The camera is shared between the players, meaning no split screen and it'll only focus one player. However you can alternate who you want the camera to follow at any time, and a lot of the camera angles complement the idea of two players so it isn't that much of an issue.

All in all, this game is pretty much a lower quality version of the older resident evil games. It's not very scary, the combat is okay at best and the game isn't too long either. However the coop aspect in my opinion makes all of it worth it, so if you have a friend you can play this with, then buy away!

If you're interested in looking at the game, my friend and I have just started a let's play of this steam version on our channel. I'll just leave a link here in case you want to check it out:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99zsewBeVX4&list=UUP3JZEwTaJQzm0CyXKjDeYA
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Awesome game i used to play it on PS2 it was already my favourite game, now its even more epic on PC + Steam ! Even if the intro song changed, the game is even better.

I played this game for years on PS2 COOP mod and i can still be scared when i play it, if you enjoy playing horror game you MUST play this one.
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Obscure is one of the best horror/survival games
I beat it 4times in a row and i still LOVE the game

The game have a good atmosphere , nice tracks and interessting story
the game is fair and not too hard, you found a lot of items but not enough to waste it (not everytime) and you can unlock interessting and nice stuff.

i think they add a few new soundtracks and background sounds,

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The only bad is the new intro (musik) the old was many better))

OH and Obscure play better WITHOUT mouse support, you dont need it.
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