A little while back, I had the chance to play Lust From Beyond Prologue on the PC, and it was quite a memorable experience, for many different reasons.
Try searching for the game, and you’ll uncover a bit of resistance, notably for the erotic themes and violent direction. But, if you’re a mature reader and gamer, you should be free to play what you wish if you aren’t causing anyone harm, right? Keep your debate for Reddit.
As for the Lust From Beyond Prologue, it was morbidly brilliant. I made light of the content in a news piece, but at the time of writing the preview, my stance had changed. It set the tone, and anyone who wants to see a mind map created by Giger and Lovecraft should look no further.
Lust From Beyond key features include:
- Bold erotic themes merged into horror convention.
- Gameplay from the point of Victor Holloway, the Seeing One.
- World inspired by the works of Lovecraft, Giger, and Beksiński.
- Exploring a graphically advanced environment.
- Interactive items and ingenious puzzles.
- Running from and fighting otherworldly monsters!
- Rich sound and music design.
The game has been delayed, and the reason for this is so developers, Movie Games can add some polish to it. Visually it’s stunning – both the ‘real’ world and Lusst’ghaa. As it takes place in the Lust For Darkness universe, they were aware that the former was a bit of a walking simulator. In the recent dev diary, they confirm that its sequel is far from that.
It was supposed to be out in September 2020, but Lust From Beyond aims to be out on the 25th of February on Steam, regrettably missing Valentine’s Day.
You have to be logged into Steam to access the content (due to the mature themes), so instead of faffing about with that, go check out the official site.