Pine Harbour Preview (Steam Early Access)

Pine Harbour Preview, Pine Harbor was a small fishing town on the shores of the North Atlantic Ocean, surrounded by cliffs and dense pine forests, shrouded in thick fog. But everything changed as a result of a technological disaster. Explore the town, help its residents, and delve into the depths of the dark forests.

Pine Harbour Preview Pros:

  • Decent graphics.
  • 11.98GB Download size.
  • Full controller support.
  • Video settings – window mode, resolution, v-sync, field of view slider, lock fps, max fps, and brightness slider.
  • Graphics settings – quality preset, resolution scaling, effects, foliage, textures, shading, shadow, view distance, post-processing, motion blur, and film noise.
  • Controller settings – Invert axis and sensitivity sliders, Four controller layouts, head bobbing slider, run toggle, camera smoothing, amd crouch toggle.
  • General settings – dynamic ui, subtitles, time format, and Crosshair type.
  • Three difficulties – Casual, Survival, and hardcore.
  • Horror adventure gameplay.
  • Shows button prompts for the keyboard and the controller, you can choose which controller button icons it uses.
  • First-person view.
  • Full 3D game world.
  • You can skip or play the intro.
  • Offers voiced characters.
  • Picturesque locations that look fantastic.
  • Tense atmosphere.
  • Stamina bar for running around control.
  • Twenty save slots.
  • Save from the menu.
  • Jump scares are thrown in.
  • There is a lot of potential here.

Pine Harbour Preview Cons:

  • Would only let me pick the survival game difficulty.
  • Cannot remap the controls.
  • Doesn’t offer a benchmark test for graphics.
  • The performance is not great with a lot of freezing and stuttering.
  • Slow opening starts.
  • Characters you talk with don’t look at you, they look in one particular direction and if you are not there then it’s a weird interaction.
  • You do not always get an icon if what button to press causes issues.
  • The tasks given to you are not clear, you don’t get to see what they are until you go to the map screen.
  • Tedious parts with characters repeating lines over and over.
  • Ugly textures in places, looking jaggy and out of sorts.
  • At times the game won’t let you save or view your tasks.

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Pine Harbour:

Official website.

Developer: Vision Forge Team

Publisher: Vision Forge Team

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Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!