As Dusk Falls review: Choose your own misadventure

There have been some excellent interactive story games released in recent times, with The Quarry and Life is Strange: True Colors particularly standing out. As Dusk Falls is definitely of the same ilk, but the Xbox exclusive has enough about it to make it stand out a touch. There’s perhaps less interactivity than many in the genre, with the game favouring decisions and branching consequences over any truly controllable sequences, but it has an art style of its own and is more a conventional thriller than many peers. However, while this makes it an intriguing experience, there will be many who just don’t have the patience of sitting through a