Look no further – all the information you could need about House of Ashes is in this handy guide, including walkthroughs and collectibles.
- Collectibles and Achievements
- Reviews, interviews and opinion pieces
the Ash house is the latest entry in the horror anthology series, Dark Pictures, from Supermassive. This game follows a cast of five characters – American and Iraqi soldiers – investigating a suspected weapons silo in Iraq. As you’d expect, they get way more than they signed up for. More and more details about their mysterious circumstances are revealed as you play, which keeps you on the edge of your seat for the duration.
Much like previous Dark Picture games, House of Ashes focuses on key decision points and quick events to determine how the story unfolds. This means there are a lot of potential outcomes for the endgame and it’s easy to get lost in the weeds.
You’re in luck, though! We’ve collected all of TheGamer’s House of Ashes guides and articles here for your convenience. You’ll find everything you need to know, including our review of the game, walkthroughs of each scene for when a decision really stumped you, and more.
Wondering how to navigate the story of the game and understand the consequences of your actions? You have come to the right place.
*Note: A common and well-known issue means that the player may not see all scenes when viewing the scene selection. Unfortunately, you’ll just have to head to the scene before the one you want to repeat.
Collectibles and Achievements
For all the finalists, these articles detail how to find all the collectibles available in the game, as well as the things you need to complete for all the achievements/trophies.
Reviews, interviews and opinion pieces
This is where you’ll find out how we enjoyed House of Ashes and whether you want to try it out for yourself! We have an official review, as well as several previews of the game ahead of release.
Reviews and insights
Interviews, news and opinion pieces
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